Engaging and Advancing Community-Centered Teacher Development

Project Engaging and Advancing Community-Centered Teacher Development (EnACTeD) provides quality teacher professional development to support English learners and their families.

EnACTeD offers online professional development, teacher education programs for preservice and inservice teachers, and family and community engagement.



News & Events

  • Congratulations, Program Completers!🎉 -   Wishing a BIG congratulations to all of our recent program completers! Join us in celebration as we recognize their hard work and dedication to professional development as an EL Educator.   Add-on Spring 2019 Completers  Catherine Hamilton-Genson  Danielle Tickerhoff   Professional Development Completers Susan Azzu Shari Brady Manuelita Cardona Nidhi Cash Beatriz Castillo Villaseca Gabriel… Read More
  • Education, Nutrition, and Exercise Recommendations - While many of us are Staying Home and Staying Safe, don't miss these resources from UNCG! For those of you who are home with school age kids, these K-12 resources for Science, Social Studies, Literacy, Writing, and more! Get more out of your meals with this nutrition advice from the UNCG Department of Nutrition! And… Read More
  • Event Cancellations - Given the current university guidelines, CDLC is cancelling the conference scheduled for March 28 and the presentation from Dr. Ayesha Boyce that was scheduled for March 18. Both events will be rescheduled during the 2020-21 academic year. Read More
  • Conference cancellations -   Please take note of the following conference cancellations: 3/24-26: SCOLT Conference, Mobile, AL CANCELLED due to COVID-19 SCOLT offers an annual conference, the academic journal Dimension, a semi-annual newsletter SCOLTalk, and a variety of awards and scholarships. Feel free to explore the SCOLT resources online and mark your calendars for the next SCOLT Conference, which will be in… Read More
  • NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) INFORMATION -   From UNC Greensboro:   "We have an important update regarding #COVID19: While there are no confirmed cases at UNCG, we will suspend face-to-face classes for one week starting March 16, and shift classes online by March 23. Existing online classes will continue as normal next week. Read our full message to campus here: https://uc.uncg.edu/novel-coronavirus-covid-19/  "… Read More