100 Years of Literacy Education Expertise
Soon the National Council of Teachers of English will mark its Centennial, 100 years of leadership in literacy education. As our Centennial slogan suggests, we are reading the past and writing the future. Founded in Chicago in December 1911, we invite you to return to the city November 17-20 for our 2011 Annual Convention.
Link categories to the info page (http://www.ncte.org/centennial/info) -- this page has bookmarks for archives, film, book, etc.
images as banners -- meet with Emily Tues morn
use a few timeline facts as pull-quote-type bits on the pages
what links should be in the left menu? don't use a huge list
play up film and book
link to active items like audio
read and share stories in then and now or in gallery (combine two
About the Centennial
Then and Now
LEARN tidbits of NCTE history with Blasts from the Past
VIEW original documents from NCTE history
READ Centennial-inspired articles and interviews
LISTEN to history come alive
READ Then and Now stories of teachers who look back on their lives and share how their teaching changed
SHARE your own story of Then and Now
CONTACT Leila Christenbury, Chair, Task Force on Council History and 2011, to volunteer or to share your ideas and comments
The group charged with the Centennial celebration is the Task Force on Council History and 2011. Click here for more information about Centennial projects.