The Elementary Section of NCTE represents a diverse group of teachers, literacy coaches, reading and special education interventionists, teacher educators, and school administrators interested in literacy development and in literacy teaching at the elementary school level. Our primary task is to connect and support teachers as they work closely with students, administrators, and families to develop and promote lifelong literacy learning. We cordially welcome all educators interested in reading, writing and the language arts.
Readers of the elementary journal, Language Arts, have a new feature of podcasts by some of the issue's authors. Check out LA today!
From the May 2012 issue of Language Arts, "History of the Word, Part I: Centennial Issue."
Conversation Currents: The Best of Times, the Worst of Times?
Yetta Goodman, Ken Goodman, and Bess AltwergerDr. Kenneth Goodman and Dr. Yetta Goodman, from the University of Arizona, and Dr. Bess Altwerger, from Towson University, share their thoughts about the history of reading theory and instruction, how their view of the reading process has evolved, and how literacy theory and instruction have become of interest in public arenas.
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NCTE Web seminars are interactive, multimedia professional development experiences delivered over the Internet featuring some of NCTE’s most experienced presenters.
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Supporting Students in a Time of Core Standards:
Grades K-2 or Grades 3-5
These books reinforces a focus on student learning by demonstrating ways of addressing the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in grades K-2 and 3-5 while also adhering to NCTE principles of effective teaching.
Virtual Conference recordings also available for Grades K-2 or Grades 3-5.
Check out these additional common core resources today!