Carolina K-12 (formerly the NC Civic Education Consortium) is a program of UNC-Chapel Hill’s Program in the Humanities & Human Values and works to extend the resources of the University to North Carolina’s K-12 educators. We offer quality professional development programs which include access to scholars on key topics, innovative lesson plans, and interactive pedagogical training. Learn more about Carolina K-12 here.
- For more about our upcoming teacher trainings, or to inquire about our customized trainings for school districts and educational organizations, click here.
- To access our Database of K-12 Resources, which includes lesson plans aligned to the NC Essential Standards and activities for use in after school and extra-curricular programs, click here.
- Questions about the Carolina K-12? Contact Christie Norris, Director of K-12 Outreach at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What are educators saying about Carolina K-12?
“Your resources are INVALUABLE in my classroom. Not a week goes by when I have not somehow incorporated a lesson plan, a segment of a lesson plan, or at least some of your outstanding primary sources into my instruction. Transitioning into the era of Common Core using the new Essential Standards in US History and Civics and Economics has been made much more approachable because of your tools and resources that increase student engagement and move students towards higher order thinking. Quite honestly, you are the most important bookmark in my vast web-based teaching toolbox. Moreover, I had the awesome opportunity to attend your Challenges to Democracy workshop over the summer. I found being back on a college campus, surrounded by academics refreshing and rejuvenating. I look forward to attending more in the future. Thank you for your outstanding commitment to educators and students in our state.” ~Jennie Bryan, Social Studies Teacher, Brunswick County
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