INBOX is a weekly e-mail wrap-up of the most important stories in English language arts education, ideas for your classroom, and news from NCTE.
Sent each week to NCTE members (to the email address we have on file for you), this e-newsletter is mailed once a month to nonmembers.
Members can update their email address by sending a message to NCTE; nonmembers can use this form to subscribe to receive a monthly issue of INBOX or can join NCTE to receive INBOX each week as part of their membership.
From the Current Issue:
Pew Report Finds Millennials Are Readers, Library Users
Read the report. Library Journal, September 16, 2014
Common Core Calls for Kids to Read Books That "Frustrate" Them. Is That a Good Idea?
The Answer Sheet blog, The Washington Post, September 22, 2014
Case Study of a Teacher: Engaging Students in Text Analysis (Part 1)
Tchers' Voice blog, Teaching Channel, September 19, 2014
Bringing Twitter to the ClassroomBanned Books Week: Let’s Celebrate Comics & Graphic Novels!The YALSA Hub, September 22, 2014
NCTE member Amanda Wynter writes. The Atlantic, September 15, 2014
NCTE Twitter Chat: Take a look at what those who attended the "Comics and Graphic Novels in the Classroom" #nctechat with guest hosts Laura Jimenez (@booktoss) and Matthew Holm (@mattholm), on September 21, had to say about teaching graphic novels, and not only in English class.
See: "Cultivating Puzzlement": Literacy & NCTE blog
Working Together across Disciplines: Lori Griffith on the Work of the Centennial High School Learning Studio Team: Literacy in Learning Exchange
Teaching Idea: "Interdisciplinary Synergy: Teaching and Learning in Collaboration": English Journal
Advertise in INBOX!
Drive traffic to your online bookstore, a readership survey, or to Web pages designed specifically for INBOX readers--the possibilities are endless!
NCTE Announcement Policy
INBOX Announcements feature NCTE products and events. Events that NCTE co-sponsors, such as Read Across America Day, are also included in the Announcements.