Join NCTE on Twitter on the third Sunday of each month at 8 p.m. ET
organized by NCTE Social Media Coordinator Beth Shaum (@BethShaum)
Promoting Responsibility, Creativity, and the Arts of Language
Sunday, November 15, 2015, at 8 p.m. ET
with guest hosts: Sandy Hayes (@sjhayes8) and Sarah Gross (@thereadingzone)
October 18, 2015: NCTE's National Day on Writing: #WhyIWrite: Exploring Writing Habits of Mind
See this blog post about Sunday's chat.
September 20, 2015: "Say YA to Reading"
with guest hosts Jennifer Buehler (@ProfBuehler) & Matt de la Peña (@mattdelapena)
See this blog post about the chat.
August 16, 2015: "The Power of the PLN"
with guest hosts JoEllen McCarthy (@JoEllenMcCarthy) & Tony Sinanis (@TonySinanis)
See this blog post from JoEllen.
July 19, 2015: "Exploring the NCTE Beliefs about the Teaching of Writing"
with guest hosts Michelle Haseltine (@Mhaseltine) & Mitch Nobis (@MitchNobis)
See this blog post from Michelle and Mitch.
June 21, 2015: "Refresh, Recharge, Renew: Summertime as Growth for Teachers"
with guest hosts Shawna Coppola (@ShawnaCoppola) & Lisa Fink (@fink_girl)
See this blog post from Shawna and Lisa and this follow-up blog post from Lisa.
May 17, 2015: Reading in the Digital Age
with guest hosts Bill Bass (@billbass) & Franki Sibberson (@frankisibberson)
See this blog post from Bill and Franki.
April 19, 2015: What Is the Role of Poetry in Literacy Learning?
with guest hosts Janet Wong (@janetwongauthor) & Mary Lee Hahn (@MaryLeeHahn)
See this blog post from Janet and Mary Lee.
March 15, 2015: What Does It Mean to Advocate for Literacy?
with guest hosts Ernest Morrell (@ernestmorrell) & Darren Cambridge (@dcambrid)
February 15, 2015: How Should Literacy Learning Be Assessed?
with guest hosts Zanetta Robinson (@ZanettaRobinson) & Scott Filkins (@scottfilkins)
January 18, 2015: The African American Read-In: Celebrating 25 years of encouraging diversity in literature
with guest hosts David Kirkland (@davidekirkland) & Nicole Warchol (@MsNWarchol)
December 21, 2014: Your Year in Stories
November 17, 2014: on #engchat -- NCTE Annual Convention for first-time attendees and veterans
November 16, 2014: NCTE Annual Convention Discussion of the Literacy Landscape Storytelling Project
October 19, 2014: Write My Community
with guest hosts Ben Kuhlman (@bkuhl2you) and Jose Vilson (@TheJLV)
September 21, 2014: Comics and Graphic Novels in the Classroom
with guest hosts Laura Jimenez (@booktoss) and Matthew Holm (@mattholm)
August 17, 2014: Building Classroom Community
with guest hosts Karen Terlecky (@karenterlecky) and Lee Ann Spillane (@spillarke)
See this page of Tweets, photos, and links to blogs that were shared during the chat!
July 20, 2014: Teacher as Writer
with guest hosts Kevin English (@KevinMEnglish) and Cindy Minnich (@CBethM)
Watch the group writing take shape after Kevin and Cindy give participants a writing prompt to start the chat.
June 22, 2014: Summertime Professional Learning
with guest hosts Nicholas Provenzano (@thenerdyteacher) and Holly Mueller (@MuellerHolly)
May 18, 2014: The Sweet Spot of Summer Reading
with guest hosts Kelly Gallagher (@KellyGToGo) and Donalyn Miller (@donalynbooks)
April 13, 2014: Valuing Poetry in the Common Core Era
with guest hosts Paul Hankins (@PaulWHankins) and Cynthia Alaniz (@utalaniz)
*See this related professional reading from 360 Degrees of Text: Using Poetry to Teach Close Reading and Powerful Writing by Eileen Murphy Buckley.
March 16, 2014: The Importance of Professional Collaboration
with guest hosts Meenoo Rami (@meenoorami) and Chris Lehman (@iChrisLehman)
February 16, 2014: Formative Assessment That Truly Informs Instruction
with guests hosts Franki Sibberson (@frankisibberson) and Antero Garcia (@anterobot)
January 19, 2014: Digital Learning in the Classroom
with guest hosts Kevin Hodgson (@dogtrax) and Troy Hicks (@hickstro)
December 15, 2013: Bringing Convention Back to Your Classroom
November 17, 2013: NCTE Annual Convention: First-Timers & Veterans
October 20, 2013: National Day on Writing,
with guest hosts Katherine Sokolowski (@katsok) and Penny Kittle (@pennykittle)
September 22, 2013: Banned Books Week
with guest hosts Teri Lesesne (@professornana) and Laurie Halse Anderson (@halseanderson)