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Dear English Teachers of West Virginia,
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WVCTE provides teachers a network for meaningful professional learning, so our classrooms become places where learning matters and endures.
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WVCTE Executive Committee
WVCTE Best Practices Blog
By: Liz Jorgensen If you are like me, you are taking things one day at a time this school year, trying to keep your head above water as you redesign basically every lesson you have Read more…
It is so tempting to center ourselves in our work as teachers. It makes sense why this might happen. As an old friend of mine says, “We make the work, we do the work, we grade the work.” We stay in our own classrooms, or now, as COVID may have it, behind our own screens, as our students rotate in and out, traversing a broader educational landscape and navigating the complexities of their lives beyond school. I’m sometimes guilty of thinking...