The 10th Annual Teacher to Teacher Conference

March 2, 2021

8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Via Zoom


The Cato College of Education and the Chancellor's Diversity Challenge Fund is pleased to present the annual Teacher-to-Teacher Conference.  The purpose of this conference is to provide affordable yet meaningful professional development opportunities to North Carolina educators. This mini-conference is designed by teachers for teachers. P-12 teachers are invited to participate as well as present at the conference. The event will take place online via Zoom.

Participants are eligible to receive 0.65 continuing education units (CEUs) or 6.5 hours of contact towards professional certification.   

Presentation strands may include: 

  • Maintaining high levels of engagement for all students;

  • Differentiating for a variety of populations;

  • How to be an effective Teacher-Leader;

  • Becoming a clinical educator (cooperating teacher) for UNC Charlotte;

  • Culturally responsive classrooms; 

  • Effective digital learning and/or assessment strategies;

  • Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM);

  • And many more!

REGISTRATION includes conference attendance via Zoom.

Registration Options and Price List: 

  • $10.00 – All Participants

NOTE: Clinical Educators* must be working with a full-time UNC Charlotte student teacher (all day, every day) during Fall 2020 or Spring 2021 semester to participate free of charge. You must receive a promo code to apply this discount. All registrations are subject to verification. Clinical Educators must register individually to use promo code.

Conference presenters DO NOT have to register or submit a registration fee.  Your "call for proposals" submission will serve as your registration.

*Full-time student teachers MAY fill in for their clinical educators to allow clinical educators to attend the T2T conference IF the faculty site coordinator, clinical educator, and principal are all in agreement. Please note that whether a student teacher can be PAID as a substitute is a decision for individual school districts.

If you have any inquiries, please contact the Office of School & Community Partnerships at

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