By Jessica Salfia With the new school year in full swing, I’ve seen teachers all over Facebook and Twitter sharing donors choose projects and Amazon Wish Lists filled with books for their classroom libraries and Read more…
Dear English Teachers of West Virginia,
We are a group of 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 when teachers are connected, have a voice, and are plugged in, students benefit.
WVCTE provides teachers a professional experience that inspires greatness, so they can reach their students in ways that result in learning that matters and endures.
Please join us in uniting West Virginia educators. Let’s inspire greatness together.
WVCTE Executive Committee
WVCTE Best Practices Blog
While we await for everything pumpkin spice to descend, my American Lit classes this year are entering the world of the creepy: Gothic Lit. And who better to read and learn about than America’s creepiest Read more…
BY: LIZ JORGENSEN There’s a big difference in the phrases “a notebook” and “my notebook.” Because I want my students to have ownership of their writing notebooks—to feel that their writing notebooks, and by extension, Read more…