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Welcome to the College Section - Previous Revision

The College Section of NCTE supports the exploration of English Studies in the variety of collegiate settings. 

 

 

 

 

 Mike Palmquist, Chair, College Section Steering Committee

Join the College Section at the 2010 NCTE Annual Convention! this year's program offers a wide range of sessions and events that address many professional issues and concerns.

 

College Section Announcements!
Want to know what's happening with the College Section? Go here for the latest announcements.

 

 Connect with us. Talk with elementary educators today!The NCTE Annual Convention sparked many discussions among new and continuing college educators.  Continue the conversations on the NCTE Ning today!

 

English Studies Issue Briefs 
View brief introductions to key issues in English Studies.

NCTE Assemblies
are membership groups which have been authorized by the NCTE Executive Committee.  They:

  • serve individuals who share the same special interests or who have similar jobs.
  • offer their members the opportunity to meet face to face during the NCTE Annual Convention.
  • provide information to members through newsletters, journals,  listservs, or websites.
  • present sessions at the NCTE Annual Convention

Assembly on American Literature (AAL) (http://www.ncte.org/assemblies/list#AAL)
This assembly promotes communication and cooperation among people who have a special interest in the field of American literature; presents programs and special projects on this subject; encourages the development of research, experimentation, and investigation into effective teaching and scholarship; promotes writing of articles and publications devoted to it; and integrates the efforts of those with an interest in the subject. The assembly does not promote only the "canon" of American literature, but encourages teachers to explore and utilize the rich and diverse cultures within American literature in their classrooms.

NCTE Interview with a Researcher Series

Listen to an interview with Dr. Cynthia Selfe conducted by Maggy Saba, created in a graduate course in rhetoric and writing at Virginia Tech.  We wanted to interview her and other researchers for their perspectives on the field in general and research methods/methodologies in particular.

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