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Research Triangle High School is very pleased to be sharing their work in Personalized Learning, in partnership with NCDPI and @SummitPS, in Showcase Workshops all day 3/21 and/or 3/28. Stipends and overnight hotels available, courtesy of our state's Digital Learning Initiative. You'll be observing, questioning, listening, creating, researching and presenting - all with our experienced team members as personalized leaders.

Teachers & School Leaders - register to learn PL!

RTHS is a 6-year old STEM-focused charter school in the middle of Research Triangle Park. RTHS has earned an 'A' from the state and has a strong OCS Performance Framework also. RTHS uses Personalized Learning as a tool to reach the broad spectrum of students who enroll at the school, who come from over 60+ middle schools and 11 counties, and thus enroll at this high school with widely divergent middle school preparations. We strive to accelerate learning for every student…

The Power of Place: Land and Peoples in Appalachia

Summer 2018 Opportunity for Educators to Explore Appalachia
Agee Films, in partnership with the University of North Carolina Asheville, is looking for K-12 teachers to join us for a tuition-free two-week teacher institute sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Power of Place: Land and Peoples in Appalachia, held from July 8 to July 20 in Asheville, will explore the environmental history of the Appalachian Mountains using an interdisciplinary approach. Teachers who attend the institute will receive a $2100 stipend as well as possible CEU credit.

The Power of Place: Land and Peoples in Appalachia, will use original source materials along with film, music, art, science, literature and the mountains themselves to examine how landscapes shape culture and in turn how humans shape the land. The Power of Place: Land and Peoples in Appalachia will be open to thirty K-12 teachers.

Using the experience of Appalachia, the institute will demonstrate how environmental history pres…

2018 Spring Early Release Overview

Johnston County Public Schools is excited about the early release spring learning series! Teaching and Learning Coaches will be in contact with you soon. Until then -

JCPS Professional Learning Opportunities

Capella University free Master of Transforming Teaching and Learning (MEd)must apply for the scholarship at hyperlink (above) by December 3 Educational Leadership Practicum (ELP) begins January 2018 ends in April 2018twice a month from 4 pm - 8 pmhalf-day stipend (for evening sessions)intent is participants will enter into JPLA in the summer (but not mandatory)more details about ELPcomplete application by December 5
Johnston Principal Leadership Academy (JPLA) Master of School Administration cohort: begins summer 2018cohort program with NCSU (still must apply to NCSU and pay tuition)cohort program will be geared towards JCPS initiativesNCSU Application Information