The BC Teachers of English Language Arts 2016 Fall Conference
Empowering Learners; Renewing our Practice
We are excited to announce our October conference will be held at Royal Bay Secondary School in Victoria, British Columbia.
Are you interested in sharing your practice? Here is the Workshop Proposal Form 2016 for individuals willing to present at the conference. Please submit by February 15, 2016.
We will be having a Special AGM on Saturday, January 30, 2016, at 10:00 am in the Ovans Room at the BCTF Building in Vancouver. The sole purpose of this meeting is to discuss and vote on the recommendation made at the last AGM and formally put into writing at our last executive meeting, that we add two members-at-large to our executive.
Notice of Motion:
MOVED that Assocation hold a special general meeting on January 29 2016 at 10am in the BCTF Building to consider the following amendment to the BCTELA constitution:
Add to Article 4.2
In addition, there may be two members-at-large, based on the needs and financial position of the association as determined by the table officers at least four weeks prior to the annual general meeting. Duties of these positions will be communicated to the membership prior to the AGM.
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This newest issue of English Practice (Fall 2015) invites you into an exploration of current practices, questions and concerns regarding Aboriginal education. We are so happy to announce that Starting a Circle: Exploring Aboriginal Education is now complete and ready for you to read and ponder! Please take a look!
Congratulations to our own Ashley Cail, who has received the 2015 NCTE Affiliate Leadership Development Award. The award recognizes her as an early career teacher who has demonstrated a capacity for professional leadership as well as a willingness to join and participate in the BC Teacher’s of English Language Arts (NCTE affiliate) during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Ashley is a member of the team that produces our English Practice journal, which also recently won an NCTE award.
See Press Release NCTE Award