Join us for a full day of CEE events at the NCTE Annual Convention in Orlando!
Kickoff Event--CEE Roundtables - 9:30 - 10:45 a.m. (Session A.52)
This session will be the kick-off for a full day of CEE-sponsored sessions. The roundtables will explore the challenges and possibilities of teacher education. Join aspiring, new, and experienced teacher educators in this wide-ranging session.
CEE James Moffett Award Session - 11:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. (Session B.50)
The Conference on English Education gives an award in honor of James Moffett. In this session, the 2009 award winners present the work that earned them the 2009 tribute.
Online Curriculum for Pregnant and Mothering Adolescents
Wren K. Hayes, MAT, Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, Exeter, New Hampshire
Elizabeth Jane Whittington , Virtual Learning Academy Charter School, Exeter, New Hampshire
CEE Luncheon featuring Leonard Pitts, Jr. - 12:30 - 2:15 p.m.
**To purchase tickets for the luncheon, please see convention registration.**
CEE Commission Meetings - 2:30 - 3:34 p.m. (Session D.53)
We invite all interested CEE and NCTE memers to attend the Commissions of their choice. See the CEE Commission webpage for a listing of and information on the current commissions.
CEE Membership Reunion and Social - 4:00 - 5:15 p.m. (Session E.49)
This year’s reunion and social hour will include opportunities to learn about the 2011 CEE conference and recognize the winners of the 2010-2011 CEE research grant competition. The meeting will include announcements about ELA teacher education position openings and informal conversation with prospective candidates, as well as time to meet and mingle with English educators from around the country and the world.
Saturday, November 20, 2010, 4:15 - 5:30 p.m. (Session K.55)
The Conference on English Education gives three prestigious awards in honor of Richard A. Meade, James N. Britton, and Janet Emig. In this session, the 2010ward winners present the work that earned them this year's tributes, including research on teacher development, teacher reflective inquiry, and exemplary scholarship in English Education.
Richard A. Meade Award: Deborah Appleman, "What We Teach and Why: Contemporary Literary Theory and Adolescents"
James N. Britton Award: Cathy Fleischer and Sarah Andrew-Vaughan, "Why Teacher Research Matters More Than Ever: Moving Outside Our Comfort Zone"
Janet Emig Award: Robert P. Yagelski, "A Thousand Writers Writing: Re-Imagining Mainstream Writing Instruction"
Monday, November 22, 2010, 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Session W.13)
Partially Off Site
To register for this event, please see convention registration.
Participants in this full day workshop will consider what it means to write in a globalized, multiliterate world. Presentations and activities will explore writing in multiple genres and from multiple perspectives. Part of the day will be dedicated to “writing around the world” at the World Showcase at Epcot Center. Participants will be able to share the results of the day’s inquiry by publishing their work to a dedicated gallery at the National Gallery of Writing.
The CEE Strand is a program of sessions and meetings that are designed for those who are engaged in the preparation, support, and continuing education of teachers of English language arts.
L. Ramon Veal Research Roundtable - Sunday, November 22, 2009, 8:30 - 9:45 a.m. (Session L.52) - Philadelphia Convention Center, Room 202B
The L. Ramon Veal Research Roundtable serves as a writers’ workshop for researchers. Experienced researchers, graduate students, and teacher researchers are invited to submit drafts of papers, proposals, or research-in progress along with questions that serve to direct readers’ attention. Participants are grouped at tables (4-6 papers per table) with a senior scholar familiar with the table’s thematic topic. Participants receive copies of papers several weeks before the conference and come to the research roundtable prepared to discuss those papers at their table. Research roundtable participants give and receive feedback on submissions at any stage in the research process – from finding a focus to data analysis, from selecting participants to publishing. The research roundtable is characterized by friendly yet extremely professional interactions from participants offering a variety of perspectives. Submission deadline is November 6, 2009.
Please consider submitting and participating in this year’s Veal Roundtable! See the call for submissions for details.
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