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Discover affordable and convenient professional learning resources that advance student achievement by focusing on teachers' instructional practices and questions related to literacy learning, school improvement, and Common Core Standards!

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Using Evidence to Guide Teaching and Learning

Teaching & Assessing Synthesis of Informational Texts

Building Academic Language to Deepen Comprehension and Learning 

Whether you are a teacher or are responsible for system-wide literacy initiatives, NCTE connects you to the people and online learning opportunities to meet your challenges.

Choose a learning approach:

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Through On Demand Web seminars, classroom videos, in-depth readings, and guided activities anchored in your classroom, you’ll learn practical ways to put your learning into action in your classroom and school.

Investigations offer brief (3-5 hours), self-paced online professional learning  about  the teaching shifts needed to help students prepare to meet college- and career-ready standards for learning. School and District license options available.

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Web Seminars allow you to explore innovative approaches in  interactive, idea-packed 60 minute sessions with leading experts.  You can also revisit recordings of these presentations as your schedule permits. 

Who Benefits from NCTE Online Learning?

Teachers, teacher leaders, literacy coaches, administrators, and staff development coordinators can all benefit from participation in NCTE’s online learning. Improve your practice, share ideas, connect with colleagues, and learn new strategies for teaching and leading.

School leaders and administrators at all levels will also find value in offering NCTE online learning to individual teachers in their school who are in need of high-quality professional development, or to teams of teachers and professional learning communities who are in need of high-quality content to serve as the basis for their collaborative professional learning.

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