The Middle Level Section of NCTE is the home for middle school and junior high educators, administrators and teacher educators interested in the area of adolescent literacy in the English language arts classroom.
NCTE offers the resources, Responding to Tragedy in Schools: Supporting Teachers and Students, for working with your students in the aftermath of the school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut.
Looking for a convenient way to share learning resources from the NCTE Annual Convention? More than 300 papers, powerpoints, videos, and other artifacts shared by those who presented ideas and insights during convention sessions in Las Vegas are now available here.
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Are you involved in a professional learning team focused on improving literacy?
Join the National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE) network of collaborative groups. NCLE will help connect you to other groups with similar interests and to free resources to support your team’s literacy focus and the collaborative process. Resources are provided through the broad pool of professional organizations who have come together to form NCLE. Explore the Literacy in Learning Exchange today!
Nominate a colleague for the Edwin A. Hoey Award. Sponsored by Scholastic Classroom Magazines, this award recognizes exceptional English language arts teachers of grades 5-8 who have demonstrated excellence in teaching English language arts and inspired a spirit of inquiry and a love of learning in their students. Deadline February 1.
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