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An Imagining Conversation about the 21st Century K-12 to College Experience in North Carolina
North Carolina’s Core to College grant is conducting a series of regional convenings to bring together educators from across all of North Carolina’s local districts, community colleges, the UNC system, and private colleges and universities. Working together to foster greater understanding of the Common Core State Standards, the aim of the NC Ready for Success framework is to begin a statewide dialogue around the implications of these new standards and expectations for what happens in the bridge between high school and postsecondary.
These events called “An Imagining Conversation about the 21st Century K-12 to College Experience in North Carolina” will be held across the state throughout the state in the coming months, including one on the campus of UNC-Wilmington on April 2nd. The event will be held at the Warwick Center in Warwick Ballroom #1 from 3:00PM-5:00PM. A flyer is attached with more details as well as information about how to register at: http://go.ncsu.edu/imagining.
Future convenings will be held in regions across the state throughout 2013. Details on those dates and locations will be available on the website www.ncreadyforsuccess.com in the near future.
Contact: John D. Denning, State Director, K-12 and Postsecondary Alignment Initiatives at JDenning@NCReadyforSuccess.com.
2nd Annual Southeastern Poverty Conference
The 2nd Annual Southeastern Poverty Conference is scheduled for March 25 from 7-9p.m at UNCW in the Cameron Auditorium. The conference is free and open to the public. The conference is designed to increase awareness of rising poverty in our region, as well as encourage collaborative efforts to address poverty and build healthy, sustainable, and equitable communities. This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to learn about and engage in discussions about the persistent tradition of poverty in our region. View flyer for more info >
What Works! Meet the Community Non-Profits Collaborative and Innovative Initiatives
Discover what's happening with the non-profits in our partnership districts in 2012-2013! WCE faculty, staff, and students are invited to meet the local non-profits through a presentation series highlighting successful initiatives/strategies, research, and grant and outreach opportunities in our community. View the flyer for more information >
All meetings are from 3-5pm in EB 162
- April 16, 2013
Good Shepard Ministries
Phoenix Employment of Wilmington
Contact Deloris Rhodes for more information at 910-962-7256 or email@example.com
All faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to join us for lunchtime presentations throughout our fall and spring semesters. Feel free to bring your lunch. Light refreshments will be provided. View the flyer for upcoming dates and times or watch archived presentations.
All presentations will be in EB 162 from 12noon-1pm
- Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Global Perspectives on Poverty, Homelessness and Education
SimpleK-12 Grant Open to all WCE Faculty, Staff, Students and Alumni
Dr. Elizabeth Crawford and Dr. Jeff Ertzberger of the College of Education have received a grant from SimpleK-12, an Orlando-based, online teacher professional development company, that is providing all College of Education students, faculty, and staff (university-wide) and College of Education student’s alumni a free, one-year membership to their premier learning portal, The Teacher Learning Community, with over 100,000 teacher members from around the world.
UNCW’s free membership is valid effective immediately until September 31, 2013. Grant was awarded through the efforts of SimpleK-12 is an online learning portal available 24/7 and can be accessed from your office, home, dorm room, or school. Many resources are applicable for College of Education students, faculty, administrators, and staff regardless of their college affiliation, area of expertise, or major and College of Education alumni.
To enroll free to the premier site, go to UNCW College of Education’s enrollment page at:http://tiny.cc/simplek12
If you would like additional information on some of the content in the Teacher Learning Community, click here:
What Works: Innovative Models and Best Practices in Education
Discover what's happening in our partnership districts in 2011-2012!
WCE faculty, staff, and students are invited to "What Works," a presentation series highlighting successful instructional strategies, academic programs and
community outreach within our partnership schools.View archived presentations >