2018 has been an amazing year for NCTE and we’re excited to share the great things coming in 2019. But as educators know, reflection is an important part of the learning process. Before we kick off the new year, we’re taking a look back at all of the wonderful writing generated by our members, our staff, and educators on the NCTE blog last year by sharing the top 10 most read posts published during 2018. If you’re looking for some great reads to end 2018 with, here’s your guide!
Member Valentina Gonzalez offers a number of recommendations to ensure a culturally responsive classroom that respects each student’s unique culture.
During our January #NCTEchat, New Year/New Ideas, educators shared one book they’d recommend everyone read in 2018. This blog post shares recommended YA and adult fiction.
NCTE President Franki Sibberson shares two new books that she is keeping in mind as possible read-alouds for the school year.
NCTE member Colby Sharp shares recommendations on how to stay up-to-date on the latest in children’s literature. #BuildYourStack
This past summer, members highlighted the need for more diversity in graphic novels. We’ve compiled a list of suggested resources to check out.
During the Children’s Book Awards luncheon at #NCTE18, we announced the winners of the 2019 Charlotte Huck, Orbis Pictus, and Excellence in Poetry for Children Awards.
During a recent #NCTEchat, we asked educators to share one book they’d recommend everyone read in 2018. This blog post shares the recommended children’s books.
After our November #NCTEchat, we asked our social media community to share some of their favorite mentor texts for teaching argument writing. This blog post includes those recommendations.
There’s always something new to learn. These professional development book recommendations came in during a recent #NCTEchat.
As a follow-up to our November #NCTEchat, we asked our social media community to share some of their favorite mentor texts for teaching narrative writing. This blog post highlights picture book, short stories recommendations, and more.