Online ESL Add-on Program Speaks to Ana Aguila Velez
Ana Aguila Velez understands the challenges students face when the primary teaching language is English. As an NC State student, she chose the Online English as a Second Language Add-On Licensure program to ensure success for herself and her students as she plans for her future teaching career.
Language Arts Teacher Pursues ESL Add-On to Shake Things Up
Alana McKinnon is a language arts teacher in Greensboro, North Carolina, and has decided to shake up her career by pursuing an online ESL Add-On through NC State.
DELTA: Your Partner in Digital Education
Welcome to a new academic year at NC State! Vice Provost of DELTA Donna Petherbridge loves the start of a new school year. She writes about the different ways DELTA can be your digital partner!
Zooming into the Fall 2022 Semester
Zoom added many enhancements to their “Breakout Room” feature and they are available for the Fall 2022 semester! Instructional Technologist Jill Anderson provides an overview of these new features and describes how they can be helpful to NC State instructors.
Learning Horticulture From 500 Miles Away
Mikayla Roth earned her Master of Horticultural Science degree and Geographic Information Systems certificate not only online, but from 500 miles away in Ithaca, New York. Roth offers tips for balancing a busy schedule and encourages jumping into distance education.
Spice Up Your Summer with “Recipes for Teaching Success”
Registration is now open for DELTA’s Summer Shorts program “Recipes for Teaching Success” and Boot Camp: Moodle and More! You can register for individual sessions, which are available Aug. 15 - Aug. 19 between 9 - 4 p.m., in a hybrid format. These sessions focus on NC State’s innovative academic instructional technologies.
DELTA Instructional Tools Grants: Efficient and Impactful
The DELTA team provided innovative solutions to course content delivery challenges through Instructional Tools Grants during the 2021-2022 academic year. These express grants are completed in just one semester and provide course improvements to facilitate student success.
Course Design with Accessibility in Mind
Lead Instructional Designer Caitlin McKeown presented at the Join the Journey: 2022 Digital Accessibility Conference offering tips on accessible course design. She shared her expertise on best practices for making all course content available to all students.
Online Learning Provides ESL Support for Elementary Teacher and Her Students
Baileywick Elementary School teacher Daisy Miranda is a graduate from the NC State ESL Add-On Licensure online program. Combined with her Latina identity, Miranda is able to effectively support her Multilingual Learners (ML) and immigrant students.
Creating Bright Futures Through Online Programs
Derek Just is dedicated to helping students find their career path as a graduate of an NC State Online and Distance Education program. “I chose to pursue a Master’s in College Counseling and Student Development because I wanted to continue […]