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News | April 6, 2010

2010 NCTE Spring Virtual Conference


Maintaining “high expectations” is now a constant in every education reform proposal.  But what does this mean for literacy educators? It must be more than having “hard classes” and strict rules. The purpose of this virtual conference is to explore what pursuing high expectations means in practice.

  • How can we best promote and participate in whole school reform efforts to improve literacy learning systematically?
  • How do we work with data/indicators of student learning as a member of a school team/learning community?
  • How can we capitalize on technological innovations to enjoy practical professional development that provides support when and where we need it?

This innovative online conference cuts through the policy jargon to provide solid insights into how literacy teaching practices can change in every classroom to transform student learning.

Learn more at http://www.ncte.org/virtualconf.