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.
Digital Learning Day is "a national campaign that celebrates teachers and shines a spotlight on successful instructional practice and effective use of technology in classrooms across the country."
As a partner organization, NCTE has digital literacy resources available and free shipping on several of our best selling titles!
Students who are eighth-graders in the present academic school year are eligible to be nominated for the Promising Young Writers program. Students must be nominated by their teachers by the February 13 deadline.
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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.
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NCTE’s K-12 Principles in Practice book series connects research with classroom practice through eight titles grouped into three strands: adolescent literacy, writing, and literacy assessment.
View the digital edition brochure or download and share the PDF version to learn more about these popular titles.
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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!