Join an Online Study Group
Join published authors and colleagues across the country to share innovative teaching practices grounded in NCTE policy/research briefs. Based in books from the Principles in Practice Imprint, group members can participate in both live events with the authors and follow-up discussion forums.
Become a Fan of NCTE and the National Day on Writing on Facebook
Do you Facebook? Become a fan of NCTE and the National Day on Writing 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 the NCTE and National Day on Writing on Twitter
People are eager to connect with other people and Twitter makes that simple. Twitter asks one question, "What are you doing?" Answers must be under 140 characters in length and can be sent via mobile texting, instant message, or the Web.
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.
Chat with Others on the NCTE Ning
The 2010 CCCC Convention Ning is a free, online social network that allows you to:
- create your own profile
- find like-minded colleagues
- discuss convention sessions
- post your presentation descriptions and materials
- interact with convention speakers and participants
Log on and begin networking with colleagues before, during, and even after the 2009 Annual Convention in Philadelphia!