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Caryl Crowell is the President of the Whole Language Umbrella and member of the NCTE Executive Committee. She is currently the Magnet Coordinator at Borton Magnet School, in the Tucson Unified School District, where she has taught for 40 years. In her current capacity, Caryl is responsible for supporting teachers and students in the implementation of the school’s duel magnet focus of project-based learning and systems thinking. Caryl’s most recent publication, “Miscue Analysis v. DIBLES: A Tale of Resistance”, appeared in the May 2015 issue of Talking Points. Caryl is also an Associate Trainer for the Waters Foundation Systems Thinking in Schools Project and the recipient of the 2015 Kenneth S. Goodman In Defense of Good Teaching Award. In this video Caryl provides a glimpse into what attendees can expect at the upcoming Literacies for All Summer Institute
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Celebrating and Supporting African American Writers: The Legacy of the African American Read-In  Join NCTE for our next Twitter #nctechat on Sunday, February 21, at 8 p.m. ET.  Literacy & NCTE Blog, February 16, 2016 

CSU Liberal Arts Professors Weigh In on the Use of Classroom Trigger Warnings  NCTE member Louann Reid quoted.  The Rocky Mountain Collegian, February 2016

Digital Learning Day  In preparation for Digital Learning Day, NCTE recommends the following titles, guidelines/position statements, On Demand Web seminars, and National Center for Literacy Education (NCLE) resources to help you integrate technology in instruction in ways that are meaningful and authentic.  Literacy & NCTE Blog, February 14, 2016