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PD 6780 – Russell School Event

"In the early 1900s, more than 800 Rosenwald Schools – schools for Black students built through philanthropic donations and funds raised by activists – were built in North Carolina. This number was, by far, more than any other state, however only a few of these school buildings still exist today. To help preserve their history,…

PD 8102 – NCCTM General Body Meeting: Valentine’s Math!

Join the Kappa Chapter of the North Carolina Council of Teachers of Mathematics for some fun Valentine-themed math activities. We will have snacks and spread our love of math! Date: Monday, February 19th, 2024 Time: 4:00 - 5:30 PM Location: TBD Audience: All College of Education students Contact: Dr. Cyndi Edgington Credit: 0.5

PD 6616 – Diningwith Democracy

Dining with Democracy invites people from different backgrounds and perspectives to come together and engage in rich discussions about contemporary issues facing the American public. The 2024 Dining with Democracy event coincides with early voting in North Carolina for this spring’s primary elections and will be held on Monday, February 19, at Talley Student Union.…

PD 6785 – Taking the ‘eep’ out of IEPs: Progress Monitoring

In this workshop, we will explore how to monitor students' progress toward IEP goals. Our workshop will include lots of examples and practice so you feel confident in your ability to use progress monitoring assessments. Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 Time: 5:30 - 7:00 PM Location: CTI 325 and ZOOM Audience: Any pre-service or in-service…

College of Education Job Fair

Friday Institute for Educational Innovation 1890 Main Campus Drive, Raleigh, NC, United States

Professional Education will host a College of Education Job Fair on Feb. 22 at the Friday Institute. This job fair is for College of Education students and other NC State students who are seeking employment in education. Representatives from school districts, charter schools, private schools, and community organizations are planning to attend.

Doctoral Dissertation: Greyson Norcross

Greyson Norcross. Title: Creating Harmony: The Influence of a Musical Background on Senior Leaders in Higher Education. Under the direction of Audrey Jaeger. Date: February 22, 2024 from 3:00-5:00 PM Zoom:

PD 8101 – NSTA CPR/Student Safety Training

The student chapter of the National Science Teaching Association at NC State will be bringing in Deputy Fire Marshal Lemuel Hubbard for CPR/Student Safety training. This will be an hour-long training that will not lead to certification but will help you as a pre-service teacher prepare for certain safety situations. Date: Thursday, February 22nd, 2024…


PD 724 – Developing Cultural Competence Co-curricular Student Certificate offered by NC State Global Training Initiative

The program aims to improve students’ cultural competence and cross-cultural awareness by facilitating virtual exchanges among global participants. Build your resume while you practice cultural skills in an interactive, guided online workshop series. After course completion, you will receive a certificate, and you can also receive PGU credit by registering in SAGE. PD 724 001…