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NC teachers have lightbulb moments.

These North Carolina educators learn right alongside their students.
  • ShaLeka Covington

    Her struggling reader just wasn't getting it. Then ShaLeka introduced the book Esparanza Rising and made a breakthrough.

  • Matt Bristow Smith

    Matt's student lost his home in Hurricane Floyd. Their relationship taught them both how to persevere and thrive.

  • Yanira Campos

    From "Do we have to, Ms. Campos?" to "I got this!" Here's how Yanira used a simple tool to tailor the lesson and bring two-digit addition to life. 

Teachers! Share your lightbulb moments and teaching wins with the TeachNC community. It's easy! Here's how.

NC teachers have their best day ever.

Teaching is challenging, to say the least. These NC teachers show us the payoffs.
  • Michelle Fockler

    Michelle's student had never passed her state tests on the first try. When she finally did, it was bigger than an academic win. It was personal.

  • Matt Scialdone

    Matt and his students collaborated with the Equal Justice Initiative on their National Memorial for Peace and Justice. Then this happened!

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    You have the fire, but do you know where you're headed? Start by getting the lowdown.

NC teachers innovate and inspire

These North Carolina teachers tell us how creative solutions inspired their students.
  • Caroline Olson

    Caroline tells us how she realigned goals and class content to help her student meet eligibility for football tryouts. 

     

  • Kate Culberth

    Kate found a unique way to engage her students in conversation in order to prepare for a trip abroad. 

     

  • Connor McDade

    Connor learned to celebrate a student's individuality from his own teachers who showed him how to use his strengths. 

     

  • Jenny O'Meara

    Before Jenny was a principal, she established a long-lasting relationships with a future leader to guide her into AP classes. 

     

     

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