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National Council of Teachers of English: improving literacy teaching and learning preK-16+. RTs/follows do not imply agreement.
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Whether you're a member of elementary, middle, secondary, or college section, you have leaders that represent you. Make sure your voice is heard--vote today to shape NCTE’s tomorrow.
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R. Joseph Rodríguez 11h
Our sisters are here! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Read on, ⁩ ⁦⁩ Educators and Their : Finding Solidarity on Social Media | Teaching Tolerance
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Replying to @HCDEKellyT
Thanks for helping share this great article, Kelly!
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Mrs. G (Nikki Healy) 12h
SEVENTY-NINE BOOKS! 🤩📚🧡! “I have read 13 books of my own choice this school year compared to zero last year, and I want to read more!” Author recs: , , , , , &
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Holly Hopla, MEd | NBCT | IECA 12h
Look for research-based evidence that reveals the paramount importance of (student) narrative writing as "central" rather than "extra". Bonus if the provided evidence gives a better understanding of how narrative writing supports equitable practice. Thank you, village!
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Elizabeth Gonsalves 13h
Replying to @danamhuff @ncte
I’d like to place excerpts from the Odyssey in relationship to non Western epic poems & community narratives at a similar time period— ideas?
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In this article, gives strategies to encourage students to talk and share ideas in the classroom.
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In this blog post written in response to a recent Chronicle article, shares ways that educators can prepare themselves for challenges that may arise when teaching LGTBQ literature in the classroom (or in a book club).
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In this ELQ article, shares about a co-teaching experience that not only made effective use of tech tools and redefined the “school” experience but also increased student ownership of learning in new ways and decreased teacher workload.
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Replying to @_TeachTheBabies
Thank you for sharing the blog post!
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Replying to @shereegfelan
Thanks for sharing this great blog post, Sheree!
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Replying to @GuidingTeachers
Thanks for including us in this great list, Jeri!
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Educator Innovator 15h
Our collaborative project w/ and invites both K-12 and post-secondary educators to social reading, collaborative web annotation, and public conversation around provocative issues in education. It's not too late to join:
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NCTE 14h
Replying to @GSCSELA
Thanks for spreading the word!
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Shout-out to supporting student reading all summer long!
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Remi Kalir 17h
Partner authors Everardo Pedraza & have added annotations to the May convo. Read & annotate: "'We Are Not Dirt': Freirean Counternarratives & Rhetorical for Student Voice in Schooling"
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NCTE 14h
So many wonderful titles here, Claudia!
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NCTE.ECEA 17h
Are you looking for meaningful PD this summer!?! Check out this amazing conference in Columbia, SC!!
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Replying to @NOLAGirl504Life
We hope you have a wonderful, relaxing summer, Rebekah!
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Replying to @kevinonlyknows
Shout-out to this, Kevin!
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