Events - National Council of Teachers of English

#NCTE24

November 21-24 in Boston, Massachusetts

“When we teach our students, it is far more than teaching for that moment and far more than teaching a particular skill in isolation.

When we teach our students, the larger, more far-reaching purpose is for our scholars to learn to use the lessons from the classroom to transform their own lives and the lives of others.”

Tonya B. Perry – 2024 Program Chair | NCTE President-Elect

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Online Professional Learning

For the first Build Your Stack® event of 2024 we are making time to laugh! Join us on March 4 at 7:00 p.m. ET to learn more about books that are funny, silly, and just plain fun that you can bring to your students. Visit the site for information about the presenters.

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Join the conversation with Hanif Abdurraqib, author, poet, and cultural critic. He’ll explore his lifelong love of the game and what it means to make it, who we think deserves success, the tension between excellence and expectation, and the very notion of role models, all of which he expertly weaves together with intimate, personal storytelling.

Attendees will have the opportunity to obtain a free digital copy of the new book, There’s Always This Year: On Basketball and Ascension, courtesy of the publisher.

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The NCTE Video Library—available to all NCTE members—is home to more than 100 recordings for our members’ use, ranging from author and book conversations, to professional learning sessions, to Member Gatherings on a wide range of topics, and much more.

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NCTE Conferences

TYCA Annual Conference

Spokane, WA • April 3, 2024

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CCCC Annual Convention

Spokane, WA • April 3–6, 2024

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2024 NCTE-NCTM Joint Conference on Elementary Literacy and Mathematics

New Orleans • June 17–19, 2024

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Event Resources

 

Web Seminars

NCTE Writes

#NCTEchat

National Celebrations

 

NCTE Advocacy and Leadership Summit

National Day on Writing

October 20 (every year)

African American Read-In

February (all month long, every year)