Active Exchange Groups

  • NCTE is devoted to improving the teaching and learning of English and the English language arts at all levels of education. Since 1911, NCTE has provided a forum for the profession, an array of opportunities for teachers to continue their professional growth throughout their careers, and a framework for cooperation to deal with issues that affect literacy education.
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  • NWP is a nationwide network of educators working together to improve the teaching of writing in the nation's schools and in other settings. NWP provides high-quality professional development programs to teachers in a variety of disciplines and at all levels, from early childhood through university. Through its network of 200 university-based sites located in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, NWP develops the leadership, programs, and research needed for teachers to help students become successful writers and learners.
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  • We are content teachers Pk-12+, literacy coaches, and others interested in advancing literacy learning in Maine.  We are facilitating a series of learning opportunities exploring CCSS, SBAC, and our transition or "shift" issues.  We are working to build our knowledge and skills in these areas, as well as in areas of facilitation of professional conversation and sharing both online and offline.  One key topic of our cross-content conversations is around the close reading strategy.  
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  • We are an action research team of five history teachers, supported by a Teacher Based Reform (T-BAR) grant through CSUChico. Our question is: How do we develop disciplinary literacy practices aligned with the California Common Core State Standards to teach writing in history?    
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  • Since 1956, IRA has been a nonprofit, global network of individuals and institutions committed to worldwide literacy. More than 60,000 members strong, IRA supports literacy professionals through a wide range of resources, advocacy efforts, volunteerism, and professional development activities. Our members promote high levels of literacy for all by improving the quality of reading instruction, disseminating research and information about reading, and encouraging the lifetime reading habit.
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  • This group is to primarily help English Education majors and faculty at Florida State University share ideas and resources on literacy. This group is a work-in-progess and will be getting a makeover and resources added soon!
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  • We are a group of K-college teachers who are committed to inquiring into our teaching--raising questions that intrigue us as individuals, studying our questions over the course of a year by collecting data (like field notes or interviews or surveys or samples of student work) and analyzing that data, and finding ways to go public with our findings.  Most of all, we are committed to changing our practice:  to puzzling out what we can do better to help our students' learning and putting into action what we discover.
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  • AASL works to ensure all elementary and secondary school librarians participate as collaborative partners in the teaching and learning process in order to prepare students for life-long learning, informed decision-making, a love of reading, and the use of information technologies. AASL’s mission is to advocate excellence, facilitate change and develop leaders in the school library field.
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  • As a part of a district improvement initiative, the Colorado Statewide Parent Coalition is facilitating 6 building leadership teams through a process of implementing effective family engagement strategies to increase student achievement.  
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