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CEE serves those NCTE members who are engaged in the preparation, support, and continuing education of teachers of English language arts/literacy.

National Day on Writing and CEE

You are invited to contribute to CEE’s gallery for The National Day on Writing!

Our gallery, “Becoming a Teacher of Writing: What Matters Most,” is now open for submissions on NCTE’s National Gallery of Writing website. As you develop your fall syllabi, you are encouraged to explore ways students might contribute to the gallery. 

View sample writing prompts about writing and the teaching of writing for your pre-service and practicing teachers developed by CEE member Cathy Fleischer.

Read the CEE blog!

We are excited to announce that Don Zancanella is restarting the CEE blog.  The purpose of the blog is to share information of interest to CEE members and English educators and to provide a forum for discussion about English education.  We invite you to visit the blog and make comments.  Other authors, including members of the CEE Executive Committee, will be posting from time to time as well.

CEE Commission Spotlight

Read a recent report from the CEE Commission on Technology and Teacher Education!

Research and Scholarship Focusing on Adolescent / Young Adult Literature

Read the recently approved CEE Position Statement on Research and Scholarship Focusing on Adolescent / Young Adult Literature!

Beliefs about Social Justice in English Education

Read the recently approved CEE Position Statement on Beliefs about Social Justice in English Education!

Submit a Nomination/Application for a 2010 CEE Award

Cultural Diversity Grants 
$500 grant for first-time NCTE Conference presenters who are members of groups historically underrepresented in NCTE and CEE.  Eligible NCTE members must indicate their desire to be considered for the Cultural Diversity Grant on their NCTE Conference Proposal Form and submit an application by May 15, 2010.

James Britton Award 
Recognizes exemplary systematic studies conducted by English language arts teachers of any grade level on any aspect of the inquirer’s own teaching.  Nominations can be made by the author of the study or by any language arts educator. (Deadline: May 1, 2010)

Richard Meade Award 
Recognizes exceptional research that investigates English language arts teacher development at any educational level and in any scope and setting.  Nominations for this award can be made by the author of the study or by any language arts educator. (Deadline: May 1, 2010)

James Moffett Award 
CEE, in conjunction with the National Writing Project, offers this grant (usually $1000) to support English language arts-focused teacher research projects inspired by the scholarship of James Moffett. (Deadline: May 1, 2010)

Plan Now to Attend the 2010 NCTE Annual Convention!

"Teachers and Students Together: Living Literate Lives"
November 18-21, 2010, Orlando, Florida

Join the Conversation on the 2009 NCTE Annual Convention

Join the 2009 NCTE Annual Convention Ning -- a free, online social network! You can create your own profile and find like-minded colleagues; discuss convention sessions; post your presentation descriptions and materials; interact with convention speakers and participants; and much more! Log on and begin networking with colleagues before you arrive in Philadelphia, during the Convention, and after Convention is over. The 2009 NCTE Annual Convention is November 19-22, 2009 in Philadelphia, PA.

Resources from the Past CEE Conferences

June 2009 CEE Conference, Fast Forward in English Education: Policy into Practice

Reports from the 2007 CEE Leadership and Policy Summit
Click here to 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.

Examining Writing in a Time of Change: An Interview with Anne Ruggles Gere about NCTE’s “Writing Now” Policy Research Brief

Click here to listen to a podcast interview of Anne Ruggles Gere by Troy Hicks; find additional resources related to this policy brief; and talk about your owns views on this issue!

 

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