What is the Beginning Teacher Institute?
The NC State Beginning Teacher Institute is a FREE program targeted to support first, second and third year teachers with organizing, planning, implementing, and analyzing instruction for student achievement. This program is intended to provide on-time support as needs arise in a teacher’s first years.
The components of the institute include a three-day summer institute and access to participate in an online community of new teachers. Teachers who attend the entire institute will also earn 2.0 CEUs.
We will primarily use Sched.org, Google Apps and Twitter to share information, get updates, discuss hot topics and stay connected throughout the school year.
Use the Twitter hashtag #ncsubti to share ideas and ah-ha moments during sessions. Check out the presenter bios to find out who you might follow on Twitter.
Details and any necessary technical assistance will be provided during the summer institute.
Summer Institute 2017:
July 11, 12, 13
NCSU - Poe Hall
Each day of the institute will start with a featured speaker presenting practical topics important to new teachers. Speakers in the past have included Teachers of the Year and various experts in beginning teacher support.
Beginning Teachers will then choose amongst sessions including:
Continental breakfast and lunch will be provided and the afternoon sessions will consist of break out sessions on important topics including "Successful Parent Conferences" and "Strategies for English Language Learners"
Each day we will wrap up by sharing what we've learned.
Past Participants (and future participants!)
Rather than meeting in person for follow-up sessions, we have started a YouTube Channel that we plan to tailor to your needs!
Check out http://go.ncsu.edu/teachersaskingteachers to find answers and responses to comments that were posted during our summer sessions.
Use the Discussion tab on the YouTube channel to post classroom issues, teaching questions, future topics for videos, etc.