MCTE Fall 2020 Conference POSTPONED

Kellogg Conference Center, Michigan State University

MCTE's Annual Fall Conference Postponed In light of the continuing concerns over the coronavirus pandemic and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) forecast and predictions for the fall, MCTE’s leadership team has decided to postpone the Fall 2020 Conference. Our priority is keeping our members healthy and safe, and we believe that hosting […]

This is Soul Work: Q and A with Dr. Carla Shalaby

This is Soul Work Webinar Series: Teaching for Democracy The Michigan Council of Teachers of English is pleased to present a Fall Webinar Series. The series will provide K-16 educators with tools to critically evaluate their beliefs, values, and practices and resources to design and enact antiracist pedagogies. All webinars are free and open to […]

Getting into Good Trouble

Registration for the spring conference is now closed. We will see you tomorrow at 8:30! Art created by Akyra Bell   Getting into Good Trouble MCTE's Virtual Spring Conference2020 was an unimaginable year! As educators, we have been presented with many unexpected twists and immense challenges, as we adjusted to teaching during a global pandemic. […]

$30.00 – $60.00

MCTE Fall Conference 2021

Challenging Times: MCTE's Fall Conference 202100Challenge. The word has many meanings: to object. To provoke. To invite to a task. To test abilities. To dare.  As we face all of the challenges of recent years -- from racism to the pandemic, from remote teaching to Zoom fatigue -- this conference experience will invite English educators […]

$25.00 – $75.00

Sustaining Our Heartwork: Everyday Advocacy with Cathy Fleischer

Join Cathy Fleischer and Everyday Advocacy Ambassador Karen Long, a retired elementary school teacher and TC with the Ohio Writing Project, as we explore the interactive, ongoing, and often messy process of working for change in our local contexts. We’ll talk about teacher expertise and how you can add your voice to the ongoing conversations […]

Sustaining Our HeartWork: Pedagogies of Coalitional Liberation

Centering justice in our teaching in contentious times that continue to be strained by an ongoing pandemic is no small task. This workshop honors the good work teachers have been consistently putting in over the last few years with MCTE's emphasis on racial justice. In response to recent policy changes that challenge conversation of both […]

Sustaining Our HeartWork: Q and A with Author Educator Activist Lorena Germán

The goal of MCTE's Sustaining Our Heartwork webinar series is to provide K-16 educators with tools to critically evaluate their beliefs, values, and practices and resources to design and enact antiracist pedagogies. Join us for the third webinar in the series featuring Lorena Germán. MCTE membership is not required to attend this event. Lorena Escoto […]

Think Spring 2022

In a year full of challenges within and surrounding the profession of teaching, the Michigan Council of Teachers of English wants to show you our appreciation for giving of yourself to your students. On May 7, 2022, we are hosting a webinar titled, "Care and Criticality During Uncertain Times." The webinar is FREE to MCTE […]

Free – $20.00