The Charlotte Teachers Institute (CTI) is an initiative to strengthen teaching and learning in local public schools. Led by classroom teachers in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (Charlotte, N.C.) and professors at UNC Charlotte and Davidson College, CTI is founded on four pillars of strong professional development: content knowledge, creativity, leadership and collaboration.
Since 2009 . . .
- CTI has conducted 44 long-term Local Seminars led by 35 Davidson College and UNC Charlotte professors for more than 300 CMS teachers, totaling more than 12,000 hours of professional development.
- CTI Fellows have written more than 400 original Curriculum Units available to educators worldwide.
- Led by the Exploding Canons speakers series, CTI has offered 17 public community events for about 3,000 people, half of whom are CMS teachers.
Pictures from CTI’s Evening for Educators event held on March 6, 2014