• Blended Learning

    The Digital Learning Competencies for NC Administrators are part of licensure renewal requirements. Administrators are required to have earned two Digital Learning Competency CEUs when renewing their license.

    Administrators will need to take at least 2 pathways to obtain enough CEUs to fulfill the DLC requirement. 

    (10 hours = 1CEU)

     *Use Google Chrome when accessing Hoonuit resources*

    Accessing Hoonuit Courses in Performance Matters

    With the adoption of the new professional learning platform (Performance Matters), the process to register for the self-paced Hoonuit Digital Learning Competency courses has changed. Instructions can be found here. A step-by-step process on how to find your pathways can be found here.

    PATHWAY 1 - (13 hours)

    Differentiation Techniques Communication Styles
    Professional Responsibility Strategies for Teachers  

    PATHWAY 2- (11 Hours)

    Effective PLCs Integrating the 4 Cs into Your Classroom
    Supporting Diverse Learners   

    PATHWAY 3- (10 hours)

    Leadership Styles Information Security Best Practices
    It Takes a Village: Partnering with Parents  

    PATHWAY 4- (12 Hours)

    Empowering Learning Through Digital Data Binders  21st Century Skills Concepts
    Keys to Networking and Internships  

    PATHWAY 5- (13 hours)

    TPACK SAMR
    Reflective Practices to Improve Instruction  

    PATHWAY 6- (12 hours)

    How Do We Plan with Purpose? A Look at Effective PD Using Technology to Support  and Fulfill Student Standards
    Unlocking Potential: The Impact of Mindset on Success  

    PATHWAY 7- (10 Hours)

    Data-Driven Decision Making: An Introduction Making Sense of Educational Data
    Effective Walkthroughs How Do I Grow My PLN

    PATHWAY 8- (11 Hours)

    Evaluating Technology Resources Tech Integration Strategies
    Applying the Genius Hour in the Classroom   Globally Connected Through Video Streaming 

    PATHWAY 9- (11 Hours)

    Improving Communication Between Parents & Teachers Being Savvy Online
    It Takes a Village: Partnering with the Community