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Conference on College Composition and Communication Annual Convention
March 19-22, 2014, Indianapolis, Indiana
"Open | Source(s), Access, Futures" is the theme for the 65th Annual Convention of the Conference on College Composition and Communication (CCCC) of NCTE.
Hear Adam Banks, CCCC Assistant Chair and program planner for the 2014 CCCC Annual Convention, talk about those who work in this discipline that touches nearly every student who attend college are “re-envisioning” what it means to teach composition and rhetoric. Literacies for All Summer InstituteJuly 17-19, 2014, Pasadena, California
"Making Meaning: Teaching and Learning Together" is the theme for the 25th annual conference of the Whole Language Umbrella (WLU).
Banned Books Week
NCTE is a co-sponsor of Banned Books Week, September 21-27, 2014
, and invites its members to
- Protect the Students' Right to Read.
- Talk to students about how the First Amendment of the U. S. Constitution protects everyone's right to read and how censorship denies that right.
- Celebrate their favorite banned books (and encourage their students to do so as well) by joining the Virtual Read-Out!
- Create videos that will be featured on a dedicated YouTube channel. Follow this criteria and use this form to submit your videos.
NCTE's National Day on Writing
To draw attention to the remarkable variety of writing we engage in and help make writers from all walks of life aware of their craft, NCTE is celebrating October 20, 2014, as the National Day on Writing. To celebrate composition in all its forms, we encourage diverse participants--students, teachers, parents, grandparents, service and industrial workers, managers, business owners, legislators, retirees, and many more--to celebrate writing in all its forms.
NCTE Annual Convention
November 20-23, 2014, Washington, DC
The theme of the 2014 Annual Convention, chosen by Program Chair and NCTE President-Elect Kathy Short, is "Story as the Landscape of Knowing."