February 10, 2016 | Nash Dunn NC State is part of a growing national initiative to advance research on women and girls of color. By joining the Collaborative to Advance Equity through Research, the university has committed to supporting its existing research about women and girls of color while also developing new opportunities for scholarly… Read More
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Earlier this year, NC State University invited early career alumni teachers back to campus for the Beginning Teacher Institute (BTI). The College of Education is committed to the success of its students post-graduation and this program supports recent alumni in navigating the first years of teaching. “We are confident that we provide outstanding curriculum and… Read More
The ASSIST Center has developed partnerships with 11 middle and high schools to enhance teachers’ engineering content knowledge and teaching methods, bring nanosystems engineering concepts into the classroom, involve high school students in ASSIST research, and thereby increase the diversity and enrollment of domestic students in university engineering degree programs.
The Digital Learning Collaborative (DLC) promotes pedagogical shifts in digital learning environments in order to inspire, innovate and educate. We engage educators at all levels to provide innovative approaches to support digital learning and teaching. Our work addresses three core areas: State and District-wide Digital Transition Planning, Leadership Team Coaching, and Professional Development.
Massive Online Open Courses for Educators, or MOOC-Eds, are professional development experiences that will engage you in new technology-enabled learning opportunities that are becoming widely used for both adults and students. Each of the MOOC-Ed courses will include core resources and supplemental materials around a specific topic, while also allowing for a great deal of… Read More
The Goodnight Scholars Program’s STEM Outreach Initiative (SOI) encourages reciprocal partnerships between educational organizations (i.e., K-12 public school, non-profit organization focused on STEM education, etc.) in North Carolina and current Goodnight Scholars. Through these partnerships, organizations can use the STEM knowledge and skills of Goodnight Scholars to support educational programming for their various communities.
Confucius Institute at NC State University offers five proficiency levels of Chinese Language Classes from basic introductory Chinese to advanced topics. Whether you learned or not learned Chinese before, there always has a class suits your needs. Our language class program has been offered more than seven years and opens every academic semester. For more… Read More
Confucius Classrooms are local hubs that stimulate and support the innovative teaching and learning of Chinese language and culture. Since 2009, Confucius Institute at NC State and local educational institutions set up three Confucius Classrooms at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC), Enloe High School and Saint Augustine’s University. By nature, the Confucius Classroom is a… Read More
The Confucius Institute at NC State is proud to offer the Chinese Bridge Summer Camp for American High School students. This two-week program is structured to enhance understanding between American and Chinese high school students. Through a combination of classroom study and excursions, students will have a unique opportunity to expand their language skills while… Read More
Since 2007, the Confucius Institute at NC State University has been working to promote Chinese language programs in K-12 schools and support the professional development of Chinese teachers. NC TEACH is an alternative teacher Education Program for people with a desire to teach in k-12 schools. CLTA-NC is a non-profit organization provides us with a… Read More