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From the Current Issue:
National Center for Literacy Education Hosts Forum on Collaborative Learning
NCTE and 27 other stakeholder organizations that make up the National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE) held the first NCLE policy forum, "Capacity Building for Transformational Change," on May 15 in Washington, DC. Read "Why Collaborative Inquiry Teams" to learn more about how teams of teachers and others across content areas can work together to improve literacy learning.
Collaborative Team Teaching: Challenges and Rewards
Edutopia.org, May 10, 2012
Free Web Seminar to Focus on Supporting Communities of Practice
Join NCTE on Friday, May 18, at 11:00 a.m. CDT, for the Web seminar, "Supporting Communities of Practice as a Model for Professional Learning." Presenters will share resources and tools for starting and supporting the development of communities of practice in schools or districts. Space is limited; register today for this Web seminar, brought to you by a generous donation from The Ball Foundation.
Bully, the Documentary
This painful film is a must-see for teachers and students alike. Harvard Education Letter, May/June 2012
NCTE Resolution on Confronting Bullying and Harassment
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