By Jessica Salfia
One of the things in my professional career that I’m most proud of is the work we’ve done to create WVELA. This conference is an opportunity for West Virginia’s ELA teachers to come together and share, collaborate, and grow. We all know that there is some truly extraordinary teaching happening across the mountain state. Let’s highlight it!
All West Virginia teachers:
This year’s theme is Voice, Identity, and Community: Responsive Teaching In and Out of Schools.
There are so many ways YOU could address this topic!
Got a story about how you’ve reached your students based on their needs? Come share it!
Want to talk about your work as a teacher organizer and activist? We’d love to hear from you even if you don’t teach in an ELA field!
Do you have a lesson or unit that asks students to consider their communities and their roles in it! Walk us through it!
Do you use your classroom as a vehicle for positive change in your school or community? Come tell us about it!
We hope you will join us in Morgantown this spring, and share your talents, your successes, your students’ successes with us!