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2009 CEE Conference Resources - Previous Revision

Fast Forward in English Education: Policy into Practice
June 18-21, 2009 - Chicago, IL 

Registration is now open!

  • Registration Fees

    • NCTE/CEE Member: $140
    • NCTE Member Only: $165
    • Nonmember: $195
    • Graduate Student: $100

    Registration includes opening reception, three breakfasts, two luncheons, and one dinner.

     

    Register today by mailing-in your completed registration form

    You can now register to attend as a member of a thematic "working group."
    If you attend in this way, you will rank order the themes which interest you (up to three) and you will work at the conference with a team of peers drafting an action plan. (See the program proposal form for information on the themes.) 
      
  • The registration deadline is May 20, 2009.  Please mail-in the registration form.
    (NOTE: If you are a presenter at the conference, the preferred thematic working group that you mark on your registration form should be the same as the thematic group in which you are presenting.)  

Seats for the conference are limited to 150 participants, and for a short time priority registration will be open only to CEE members.  So be sure to register before March 1 to reserve your seat (on March 1, we will open registration to all English education professionals).

From the conference planning committee...

The world of English teacher education today is fraught with many challenges, from unforeseen policy initiatives to which we must respond and accreditation visits which often seem inconsistent with our work, to preparing new English teachers to teach an increasingly diverse student body while working in an increasingly restrictive environment. We face these professional challenges while trying to do the work we have always joyfully done: preparing new teachers of English language arts to be as successful as possible in educating today's young people to be literate, clear thinking, and inquisitive citizens who can read, write, and communicate effectively within various contexts and for multiple purposes.

This CEE conference will build on the previous two CEE Leadership and Policy Summits, "fast forwarding" their productive, yet largely philosophical, discussions into the realms of teacher education classroom practice, teacher mentoring, professional development, and goal-centered political advocacy. As the conference title suggests, the aim of this conference is to put our previous efforts developing comprehensive belief and policy statements into real-world practice, with the overarching objective being to begin to implement previously articulated policy initiatives through the creation of written "action plans." These draft action plans will be reviewed by the CEE Executive Committee following the June conference and are subject to the committee's approval before being published or acted upon. The conference will be open to any CEE member and will be comprised of a combination of working groups built around thematic strands as well as more traditional conference presentations and keynote addresses.

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