Chat with Others on the NCTE Connected Community
The Connected Community is an online social network that allows you to:
- create your own profile
- find like-minded colleagues
- discuss teaching ideas and methods
- share educational resources
- post your presentation descriptions and materials
- interact with convention speakers and participants
Become a Facebook Fan
Do you Facebook? Become a fan of NCTE and post comments, share updates with your friends, and be a part of the NCTE community on Facebook -- we want to hear what you think!
Follow NCTE on Twitter
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Join the #nctechat Twitter Conversation
Don't miss #nctechat on the third Sunday of the month at 8 p.m. ET -- there is a new topic each week! See the schedule of future chats and the archive of previous chats. Next chat: Sunday, September 18, 2016
Join the #NCTEonAir Conversations on Google
#NCTEonAir discussions feature speakers in lively real-time conversations surrounding topics important to literacy education. See the schedule of future discussions and the archive of previous discussions.
Follow NCTE on Pinterest
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Follow NCTE on Instagram
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Join the NCTE Group on LinkedIn
Your professional network of trusted contacts gives you an advantage in your career and is one of your most valuable assets. LinkedIn helps you make better use of your professional network and helps the people you trust in return. Join the NCTE Group and receive news, post discussions, and network with other English language arts professionals.
Browse the NCTE YouTube Channel
Spend a few minutes on NCTE's YouTube channel viewing videos by NCTE members and others on topics from why we need diverse literature to assessment, from CCCC Convention for newcomers to award-winning children's book authors, from writing to reading to explanations of various NCTE components and programs.