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.
Make plans now to join elementary educators in Boston this November for "(Re)Inventing the Future of English."
Start planning your convention experience by viewing the digital edition of the Convention Preview, the schedule of events, and these elementary events.
Use the online searchable program to round out your schedule and register today!
Congratulations to the newly elected elememtary representatives---Lisa Martin, Thomas Marshall, Koomi Kim, and Sandra L. Osorio.
Drs. David and Yvonne Freeman, professors at the University of Texas at Brownsville, have been selected as recipients of the 2013 Outstanding Educators in the English Language Arts award. This award recognizes a distinguished national or international educator who has made major contributions to the field of language arts in elementary education.
Monsieur Marceau: Actor without Words by Leda Schubert and illustrated by Gérard DuBois (Roaring Brook Press) has been awarded with the 2013 NCTE Orbis Pictus Award for Outstanding Nonfiction for Children. Each year, one winner and up to five honorable mention books are recognized along with a list of recommended books.
CLICK HERE to see all the winning titles!
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