The 2013 NCTE Annual Convention will now open with a live interview with Judy Blume. Our best wishes to Tony Danza who is unable to attend.
What are your questions for Judy Blume and her longtime editor Beverly Horowitz? Post your questions on Facebook or Tweet them using #NCTE13.
Advance registration has now closed, but you can still join us in Boston! Simply register onsite.
The Registration Desk will be located at the Hynes Convention Center Halls C/D, Level Two. For faster onsite registration, please bring a completed copy of the registration form with you.
At the 2013 NCTE Annual Convention (November 21-24, 2013) will you find everything you need to transform your teaching and to respond to the political, economic, technological, and cultural forces without compromising our commitments to students and our values as educators. More than 700 innovative learning sessions, roundtable discussions, and workshops will (re)invigorate your teaching and (re)energize you to tackle the unique challenges in your classroom. Click here for more reasons why you should join us in Boston!
2013 Keynote Speakers
Attend the 2013 Annual Convention to hear the latest from Tony Danza, Ishmael Beah, Laurie Halse Anderson, and more! Click here for a full list of keynote speakers in Boston.
Author signings will also take place each day in the Exhibit Hall. Click here for a list of those events!
Online Program and Convention Scheduler
The Online Program is now available! Get a sneak peek at the more than 700 sessions and events that will be presented at the 2013 NCTE Annual Convention. Check back often as new sessions and events are being added and changes to scheduled session dates, times, and locations are still being made.
In addition to the Online Program, you can now schedule your personal NCTE Annual Convention with the Convention Planner. Add sessions you plan to visit, meetings you need to attend, and schedule your free time.
Stay up-to-date with NCTE news and Convention updates on the Connected Community, Facebook, Twitter (follow @NCTE and #NCTE13), and Instagram (tag photos #nctegram to give NCTE permission to post them).
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