Collecting Snippets from #NCTE15

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From Twitter and Kelly Gallagher’s “Top Ten Takeaways” (and he said – in no particular order):

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Blog Posts:

Julieanne Harmatz  NCTE15  A Necessity

Mary Lee Hahn  My NCTE Top Tens

Joellen McCarthy  The Literacy Super Bowl NCTE15

Clare Landrigan and Tammy Mulligan (Assessment in Perspective) Slice of Life:  Some Slices from #NCTE15

Jennifer Sniadecki   Slice of Life Tuesday:  NCTE Lives On

Carol Varsalona   Celebrating Professional Growth

Middle English   #NCTE15:  Disney For English Teachers

Donna Friend  Dear #NCTE15

Sarah Zerwin  My Top Takeaways from #NCTE15

Dana Huff  NCTE 2015 Reflections

Audrey Fisch and Susan Chenelle Day 2 at NCTE: Critical Encounters with Non-Fiction

My Faves:

Visiting with old and new friends

Our volunteer guide the first morning in the skywalk

Learning with a co-worker and friend

The skywalk and the inside path to the convention center

IKEA  (first timer)

Crave

Hell’s Kitchen

Sessions

Sharing #NCTE15 love with @Tara_Smith5 and @Azajacks

Thousands of attendees and thousands of views of #NCTE15 . . . What will you remember?

 

 

 

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9 responses

  1. Thanks for sharing the blog posts along with Kelly Gallagher’s top ten tweets. Every one is meaningful and powerful. I am definitely sending it off to share with teachers. I hope you enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving!

    1. You are welcome, Laurie!
      I’ve been slow to capture the sessions so I decided to go with this one for now! Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

  2. Awesome. You are the very best, my friend.

    1. Happy Thanksgiving, my friend! Enjoy the break!

  3. Thanks for including me, Fran; not just in this post, but also in thinking about me while you were at NCTE and knowing how much I hate not being there. You have made me feel included and I appreciate that so much.

    Happy Thanksgiving, Fran!

    1. Allison,
      You are so welcome!
      Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

  4. Thank you for the great links Fran! Even though I was there it in many ways I feel I wasn’t! I wasn’t a diligent tweeter so I missed what was going on outside my sessions! I love how you kept up the feed for Allison and Tara!

    1. Julieanne, you are welcome! There were so many sessions and so much learning – simultaneity! I had to include Allison and Tara – both have kept me connected to Notice and Note and now Nonfiction Reading!

  5. […] (Vicki Vinton & Katie Wood Ray) here, (Kelly Gallagher’s Top 10) here, (Sessions – Colleen Cruz, Jennifer Serravallo, Clare & Tammy, #G2Great) here and […]

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