NCTE's peer-reviewed journals offer the latest in research, classroom strategies, and fresh ideas for educators at all levels.
NCTE Journals offer a wealth of resources on just about any topic you can imagine related to the teaching and learning of English. On this page we will offer some curated resources from our journals that address particular topics or issues.
“An Offense to Their Human Rights”: Connecting Bud, Not Buddy to the Flint Water Crisis with Middle School ELA Students
Through this case study . . . I started understanding the potential for students to truly experience ownership over their education. Moreover, I learned to support through silence.
by Detra Price-Dennis and Selena Carrion
We recognize that when students have choice, layered with space for social justice inquiry and collaboration through digital tools, the curriculum becomes more inviting and grounded in their lived experiences.
by Sherell A. McArthur
Educators can use education as a site of transformation by being deliberate and intentional in their instruction to empower students to be conduits of social change. We can do this by connecting youth to the rich cultural histories they are a part of.
Our job, as it was years ago and still is today, is to help our students make meaningful choices. Today, those choices are often made, or should be made, in digital and global classrooms that allow students a real, varied, and wide audience for solving real problems.
- First Amendment Rights for Student Protesters from the National Coalition Against Censorship
- Covering Walk-outs and Protests from the Student Press Law Center
NCTE BLOG POSTS ABOUT STUDENT ACTIVISM:
- Support Your Students. With Your Help, They Can Change the World. by Millie Davis
- Teaching Students to Value Literacy through Public Engagement by Ashley J. Holmes.
- ‘Advocacy With’: You’re Never Too Young and You’re Never Too New by Antero Garcia
A series by Bryan Christopher illustrating a group of students banding together to free their fellow student:
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