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NACCTEP Webinars


This resource page has been developed to highlight past NACCTEP webinars and allow NACCTEP members’ access to the PowerPoint’s. Additional webinars resources will be added over time.

Teacher Burnout- It’s here and it’s real! (September 22, 2014)

The fact that teaching is a stressful job is well documented. Every year a large number of teachers exit the field of education. Although there is not one common cause for this mass exodus, research shows several contributing factors which cause stress and later burnout in teachers. This webinar defined burnout and reviewed current trends and research on teacher stress and burnout. The presenter shared strategies and lessons she implemented with her pre-service teachers.

Presenter Dr. Tracy Mulvaney, professor of Education, Central Arizona College, Coolidge, Arizona

The archived webinar is only available to NACCTEP members. If you are a current NACCTEP member, please email NACCTEP to the request the link, nacctep@riosalado.edu.

Shape Up US Hip Hop Healthy Heart Program for Kids Webinar (January 29, 2014)

Shape Up US provides teachers, children, parents and communities at large with educational tools to create healthy, lifelong habits to improve their overall wellness. Their goal is to build a circle of wellness that integrates comprehensive health education into existing curriculum and flows from teacher, to student, to family, to community, and back to the classroom.

The Hip Hop Healthy Heart Program for Children is a comprehensive teacher education wellness program with an emphasis on heart health that uses a unique mix of art, music, and positive thinking to motivate children to build a foundation of wellness.

Click here to access the recorded webinar. The PowerPoint may be accessed here.

Articulation and Transfer Issues: From Struggles to Success (September 30, 2013)

An articulation agreement is a seamless transition between two institutions, which allows a student to apply credits earned in specific programs at one institution toward advanced standing, entry or transfer into a specific program at another institution. It sounds simple enough, but many community college educators have discovered that implementation is not a simple process. This webinar provided a forum to discuss national struggles, barriers, share best practices, and highlight a successful articulation agreement and what processes were implemented to ensure that students make a smooth transition and save money in the process.

You may access the PowerPoint here.