NCTE's 100th Annual Convention!
What: The 100th Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) in Orlando. On the agenda for the Convention are hundreds of concurrent sessions and workshops focusing on all aspects of the teaching and learning of the English language arts. The theme for this year’s Convention is “Teachers and Students Together: Living Literate Lives.”
When: Thursday, November 18 - Tuesday, November 21, 2010
Where: Orlando, Florida, with sessions and workshops being held at Disney's Coronado Springs and Yacht and Beach Club Resorts.
Attendees: More than 7,000 English language arts teachers (kindergarten through university) from across the country and the world, as well as librarians, reading specialists, administrators, consultants, and students studying to be teachers.
For More Information: Reporters interested in scheduling an interview, obtaining a press pass, or simply seeking more information should contact Lori Bianchini at 800-369-6283, ext. 3644, or email@example.com. Teachers and others interested in attending the 2010 Annual NCTE Convention in Orlando can visit NCTE’s website or call NCTE’s Customer Service Department toll free at 877-369-6283. Information will be periodically added to the NCTE website, so check back often!
The National Council of Teachers of English, with over 50,000 members and subscribers worldwide, is dedicated to improving the teaching and learning of English and the language arts at all levels of education. For more information, please visit http://www.ncte.org.
Conference on College Composition
62nd Annual Convention
Who: The nation's largest professional organization of writing teachers, the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC). With more than 5,000 individual members, CCCC is a constituent group for college-level teachers of writing and related subjects within the National Council of Teachers of English.
What: The 2011 CCCC Annual Convention. On the program are hundreds of sessions and workshops focusing on higher education and the teaching of composition at the college level, exhibits of educational materials, sessions of working committees, and a business meeting. The theme for this year's Convention is "All Our Relations: Contested Space, Contested Knowledge."
When: Wednesday, April 6–Saturday, April 9, 2011
Where: Atlanta, Georgia
Attendees: More than 2,000 higher education professionals interested in teaching composition, rhetoric, and communication at colleges and universities across the country and around the world.
For More Information: Reporters interested in scheduling an interview, obtaining a press pass, or simply seeking more information should contact Lori Bianchini at 800-369-6283, ext. 3644, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Educators and others interested in attending the 2011 CCCC Annual Convention in Atlanta should visit the CCCC website or call NCTE’s Customer Service Department toll free at 877-369-6283.
The Conference on College Composition and Communication has more than 5,000 members and publishes College Composition and Communication, the group's official journal. For more information, visit http://www.ncte.org/cccc.