Composing Literacy at 4C15
This is an archive of the 2015 "Risk and Reward" CCCC conference tweets from keynote address by Dr. Adam Banks, from panel presentations, Scholars from the Dream Awards, and Caucus events. #4C15
Watch CCCC Chair Adam Banks’s Address, “Ain’t No Walls behind the Sky, Baby! Funk, Flight, and Freedom”
Write Privilege. NCTE/CCCC member Ersula Ore led this CCCC session joined by Scott Gage, Earl Brooks, and David Green. Ore noted, “Professors should do what they can to facilitate ‘a space of trust but there is ‘no space where we are free from difference or dishonesty or distrust’ entirely.” March 20, 2015, Inside Higher Ed
Counteracting Racism and Racial Bias to Support Teaching and Learning
Cultural and Language Rights in Arizona
Common Core and White Privilege: The Claim with a Long Internet Life
EdWatch Blog Education Week, March 23, 2015
Discourse of "Don't": Inside Higher Ed, March 23, 2015. CCCC members Chloe de los Reyes, Gina Hanson, Joseph Farago-Spencer, Marc Bousquet, David Laurence, Suzanne M. Labadie, and Lacey Wootton are mentioned.
NCTE Position Statment on the Status and Working Conditions of Contingent Faculty
NCTE Guideline Statement from the Conference on the Growing Use of Part-Time and Adjunct Faculty
NCTE/CCCC participates in the Coalition on the Academic Workforce
Keeping Adjuncts Engaged Is Key to Helping Community-College Students Stay on Track
The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 12, 2015
Is Faculty Career Flexibility the Next Disruptive Innovation?
eCampus News, February 26, 2015
Many CCCC sessions focused on issues mentioned in the eCampus News article. Check out the handouts on the NCTE Connected Community.
Congratulations to 2015 CCCC Convention Program Chair Joyce Locke Carter, who took some risks so we all could gain some rewards!
Call for Proposals for the 2016 CCCC Convention
"Writing Strategies for Action"
April 6-9, 2016, in Houston, TX
From the NCTE Blog: Assessing Literacy Learning
Assessment outside the Box (or Bubble), March 23, 2015
Defining the Role of Standardized Tests, March 24, 2015
Taking a Formative Assessment Stance, March 22, 2015
Evaluation of Institutions, March 21, 2015
Literacy Assessment in College, March 20, 2015
From the NCTE Blog: Real People Advocating
AND Making a Difference
A Community Literacy Project, March 22, 2015
To Advocate or Not to Advocate: NCTE Policy Analyst Kristen Nielsen writes. March 23, 2015
Growing in Advocacy: NCTE Policy and Alliances associate Lu Ann McNabb writes. March 24, 2015
Girls, Boys, and Reading. According to international assessments, boys’ reading achievement lags that of girls in the US and in every country in the world.
Brookings, March 24, 2015
Study Helps Predict Which Kindergartners Will Have Reading Difficulties
The University of Kansas, March 24, 2015
NCTE, IRA, Canadian Children’s Book Centre on Leisure Reading
Check out the hashtag #nctelem for what members of the NCTE Elementary Section had to say on March 22 about literacy teaching and young children.