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Registration is now open for the ICTE 2020 Conference!

Find and share joy in teaching at the ICTE's 2020 conference Sparking Joy in Teaching. Join us on March 21, 2020 for interactive workshops, keynotes by award-winning authors and educators, networking opportunities, and practical strategies. We will also have a pre-conference event (free for all registrants!) with Carol Jago on March 20.

Register by 11:59 pm ET February 15 to take advantage of our early registration pricing and to be entered in a drawing for three books by our keynote speakers! Early registration rates are just $40 for an instructor ticket, $25 for an adjunct ticket, and $25 for a student ticket.
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Volunteer to Assist with the 2020 Conference:

If you are interested in helping to organize the conference and working with a team to promote literacy in Indiana, please consider volunteering to assist with the planning and execution of the 2020 conference. 
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Share your favorite books with #ICTEreads

New for 2020, the ICTE is excited to announce #ICTEreads! Each month, we’ll post on Facebook and Twitter asking members to share their favorite books relating to a theme. You are welcome to respond throughout the month and as many times as you would like. Think of it as a way to share and hear book talks with educators across the state.

For January’s #ICTEreads, share the best books you read over winter break. Please include #ICTEreads in your response!


NCTE member Elizabeth Gannon joined forces with her colleagues to start a "faculty YA book club" at her school. In this blog post, she share the results of that initiative and some of the group's favorite titles. This blog post is a part of NCTE's "Build Your Stack" initiative which focuses on helping educators build their classroom libraries and find texts that will engage and empower their students. You can find out more information here

During the month of February, we are proud to join with NCTE to celebrate the African American Read-In. In this blog post, Lisa Fink provides a list of professional texts that can assist educators as they celebrate diversity in their classrooms. In addition, a link is provided to an additional "toolkit" filled with various resources. Learn more here

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