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NCTE Pathways

This is an online professional development opportunity for teachers, coaches and administrators to develop understanding and skills in working with English language learners. Essential questions, video clips, related readings and tools for classroom application guide individuals or groups in an investigation of how to increase achievement levels of ELL students.

Adolescent Literacy Pathways is a yearlong professional development experience that helps teachers, schools, and districts address the unique needs of adolescent learners with content on key areas such as 21st century literacy, closing the achievement gap, testing, and accountability.

 

NCTE Books

NCTE offers several books on content area literacy for K-12 educators. 

 

NCTE Web Seminars

On Demand Web SeminarsOn Demand Web seminars are a convenient and meaningful form of professional development.  They provide the recorded version of the virtual event and include all audio, video, chat discussion, and actions within the presentation.

 

Consulting Network

NCTE offers consultants on content area literacy instruction who are available to present one-day or multi-day presentations or provide year-round consulting.  All workshops and presentations can be customized to meet your specific needs.   

 

Related NCTE Position Statements

 

ReadWriteThinkLesson Plans from ReadWriteThink
These classroom-tested lesson plans provide ready resources for teachers working with students from kindergarten to high school.

 

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