2017 CEE SUMMER CONFERENCE
(Com)Passionate English Education
JUNE 1-4, 2017
The Ohio State University
The 5th CEE Summer Conference will be held June 1–4, 2017, at The Ohio State University, Columbus. Save the date now!
From CEE Program Chair Mollie V. Blackburn...
Both passion and compassion—as expressed through curriculum and pedagogy—are integral to the beliefs of the Conference on English Education (CEE) as we work toward social justice for our students, in our schools, and by our teachers. We hope to explore these concepts, among many others, at the 5th CEE Summer Conference: (Com)Passionate English Education. Grounded in conversation and community, this conference is designed for all English teacher educators, English teachers, and graduate students who focus on the preparation of preservice and/or inservice teachers of English language arts and literacy. Read on.
Proposals due: 11:59 p.m. CST, January 30, 2017
Registration deadline is May 22, 2017
- NCTE/CEE Members: $225
- NCTE members: $250
- Non-members: $300
- Graduate Students: $165
The registration fee includes six meals, access to all sessions and speakers, and all conference materials. Housing in The Ohio State University dorms is available at $63/night.
2015 IFTE/CEE Summer Conference Program, Common Ground, Global Reach: Teaching English & English Education for Global Literacies
July 2013 CEE Conference Program, Moving Forward: Possibilities in English Teacher Education
June 2011 CEE Conference, Rediscovering Praxis: Connections and Community in English Teacher Education.June 2009 CEE Conference, Fast Forward in English Education: Policy into Practice
2007 CEE Leadership and Policy Summit
Read the reports from the 2007 CEE Leadership & Policy Summit thematic strands. These reports should be viewed as working papers or "think pieces," intended to promote discussion rather than as official statements of CEE policy.
2005 CEE Leadership and Policy Summit, Reconstructing English Education for the 21st Century
Read and respond to the seven belief statements written by over 75 past, present, and future CEE leaders who participated in the historic 2005 Conference on English Education Leadership and Policy Summit in Atlanta.