By Jessica Salfia A few weeks in our COVID-19 isolation, I got a message from my friend Natalie Sypolt who wanted to know if I would review a book for the online literary magazine, Change Read more…
Dear English Teachers of West Virginia,
We are passionate teachers who are committed to providing our students with the highest quality instruction and most valuable learning experience we can offer. We believe English teachers throughout our state have a story to tell, expertise to share, and the ability to change and shape the lives of our students. We believe that when teachers are connected, have a voice, and are plugged in, students benefit.
WVCTE provides teachers a network for meaningful professional learning, so our classrooms become places where learning matters and endures.
Please join us in uniting West Virginia educators. Let’s inspire greatness together.
WVCTE Executive Committee
WVCTE Best Practices Blog
An elegy moves from grief to praise of the idealized dead to solace. This elegy for 2019-2020 reminds us that school is about teaching younger humans to be better humans, and in the process, becoming better humans ourselves. Here’s a call to look for what can lead you forward.
By: Jessica Michael Bowman While I’ve been sheltering in place throughout the month of April, I’ve also been sheltering in poems. Not in the way that I might muse to myself about finally getting around to Read more…