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 […]
Presented by MyPITA, BCTELA, BCATML Registration is live! Friday, May 6, 2016 – Whistler Hilton Resort Check out this line up: Adrienne Gear Nonfiction Writing Power Effective writing instruction Victoria Olson Screencasting to explain everything Passion-based learning Naryn Searcy Assessing the new curriculum Indigenous perspectives Rome Lavrencic & Stacia Johnson New core French curriculum Katherine […]
English Practice Wins NCTE Affiliate Journal Award The journal, English Practice, edited by Pamela Richardson of Royal Roads University and Sara Davidson of the University of British Columbia, and published by the British Columbia Teachers of English Language Arts, earned honorable mention for journals published by affiliates of the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE). The Affiliate […]
The BC Teachers of English Language Arts Provincial Specialist Association conference planning committee has been working hard getting ready. We are excited to be getting together in a month. Registration – thank you to everyone who has registered and become a BCTELA member. Please follow the link below to complete this process: https://www.gifttool.com/registrar/ShowEventDetails?ID=1478&EID=18213 Updated Conference Brochure […]