October 8, 2020
6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
We're excited to announce one of our great fall events, in partnership with the Huntington Library. If your students work with primary sources and research, this is the perfect program for you!
Though there's no cost, space is limited in order to guarantee the most interactive experience, so register soon.
To register, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/journeys-journeying-writing-through-the-huntington-collection-zoom-tickets-117137295805?fbclid=IwAR1NGD7QRttGweth40sQ62Znpd0GQ-9KTXYZBF7jTfe1a1733XMvFy4sj8E
Taking the Fear Out of Writing & Research
Keynote Speaker: Heather Macias, CSULB/SCWRIP
Classroom-Tested Lessons from the Pros
Optional Tour: The Billie Jean King Library
Coffee, tea, and light snacks provided
Saturday, October 26, 2019 | 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Cal State University, Long Beach
$20 non-CATE members/$15 CATE members/$10 student teachers
SCTE Roundtable 2019 Flyer
To register, go to https://www.eventbrite.com/e/scte-fall-roundtable-taking-the-fear-out-of-writing-and-research-tickets-72891425215.
Need to bring your writing lessons back to life? Not too scared to try something new? After a great share by Heather Macias, teacher consultant at the South Coast Writing Project, you'll choose from a menu of spook-tacular lesson ideas created by expert ELA teachers. By the end of our time together, you'll come away with a bag of writing-centered activities ready to implement in class on Monday.
An optional tour of the brand-new Billie Jean King Library will follow the workshop.
SCTE SPECIAL EVENT: Culturally Responsive Gallery Walk at the Getty Center Museum (Los Angeles)
Saturday, November 3, 2018
$15 for nonmembers/$10 for CATE members/$5 for Student teachers
Write, move, draw, and discuss as we engage in culturally responsive activities to artwork in the Getty’s collection, exploring issues of race, class, gender and more. Activities will be participatory and readily adaptable for the classroom. Over lunch we will talk with Getty educators to help them learn more about classroom needs. Includes morning coffee, parking, and lunch. Attendees will be emailed prior to the event with meeting directions.
Register HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sctes-culturally-responsive-gallery-walk-at-the-getty-tickets-50448470734
Join us for our Spring Fling on Saturday, April 28th as we experience Mike the Poet! See flyer for details. Register on Eventbrite, https://www.eventbrite.com/e/scte-spring-fling-with-mike-the-poet-tickets-44945304616 refreshments and FUN included.
A Walk and Write along the LA River with Mike the Poet! This adventure—a brief walk, a brief write, and then a brief discussion about place-based writing in the classroom.
Learn more about Mike the Poet at: https://just-mike-the-poet.myshopify.com/pages/about-us
Marsh Street Nature Park "Marsh Park"
2960 Marsh Street
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Sat, April 28, 2018
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PDT
Contact Tracy Sprague at email@example.com with any questions.
Dear SCTE members,
We are excited to announce SCTE's 2017 fall conference:
Off the Page, Into the World:
Writing for Authentic Audiences
October 21, 2017 from 8:30-2:30
UTLA Building in Los Angeles
Join us for a day of workshops on teaching writing for real-world audiences. Stenhouse author Mark Overmeyer will model how to engage students in peer response modeled after a real-world writer's workshop; a panel of working folks will capture how writing works in their respective careers; experienced teachers will explore this theme in workshops, including how to use a real-world mentor text in the classroom.
Registration flyers will go out in late August—hope to see you there!
2017 Fall Conference Flyer
Register Online: https://scte_fall2017.eventbrite.com/
March 25, 2017, 10:30 a.m.
Meet in the Center of Pershing Square Park, 532 S. Olive Street, Los Angeles
Park in Pershing Square Garage ($7.00) and meet at 10:15 a.m.
This walking tour will include the Downtown Library, the Bradbury Building, Angel’s Flight, Pershing Square, and the US Bank tower. Our guide will regale us with the history of these landmarks and the people who made them come alive.
After the tour, enjoy lunch at Grand Central Market
Cost: $18 for the tour ; Lunch will be extra
– your choice at Grand Central Market
For more information, please contact Tracy Sprague at firstname.lastname@example.org or Courtney Lockwood (310) 633-4080.
NCTE honored SCTE with the 2016 Kent D. Williamson Affiliate Membership Award for membership growth this past year. With the annual CATE Convention held in Orange County – SCTE territory – we welcomed many new CATE/SCTE members to our ranks, and both organizations were recognized for membership growth during the year. Celebrating the award are board members: Joanne Fahey, Mary Adler, Tracy Sprague, Courtney Lockwood, Jennifer Collison, Randi Seligson, and April Parker, who met for the January 7 SCTE board meeting.
Maplethorpe Exhibit Tour, April 16, 2016
A small but engaged group enjoyed our private tour of the Maplethorpe exhibit at the Getty Museum. After the tour, several of us stayed to enjoy lunch at the beautiful Getty cafeteria. ...continue reading "SCTE Spring Activity 2016"
"Visual Literacy: Image as Text"
October 17, 2015
Simón Silva shared insightful views on the arts and creativity and led a hands-on creativity workshop before signing his books.
...continue reading "SCTE Fall Conference 2015"
The Undiscovered Chinatown Tour
to uncover history, treasures, and great shopping
SCTE members – a hardy group of 12 walkers – enjoyed a tour of Chinatown in late May. Organized by vice president Julia Peacock, the tour led us through the art center, a very colorful temple, and into the historical plazas, and ended in a new street of many restaurants, where many of us relaxed our well-worked feet and satisfied our desire to eat that wonderful-smelling Chinese food.
...continue reading "SCTE Spring Event 2015"
Using Research to Build Literacy
in English and Social Studies
...continue reading "SCTE Fall Conference 2014"
SCTE Winery Tour & Tasting Event: May 31
Joseph Filippi Winery and Vineyards
This is a great time to meet other English teachers from your region! ...continue reading "SCTE Spring Fling 2014"
The Literature of Non-Fiction
2013 Fall Conference of SCTE
Look for new ideas, new approaches, new ways to integrate non-fiction into your curriculum to stimulate student engagement and to help meet the new Common Core State Standards ...continue reading "SCTE Fall Conference 2013"
SCTE invites you to join us for
Writing ... An Adventure!
Jane Hancock, UCLA Writing Project Co-Director, will introduce us to Jungle Jenny, the subject of her biographical narrative and lead a Writing Workshop, for which she is famous! ...continue reading "SCTE Spring Fling 2013"
Taking a Bite Out of the Common Core
Saturday, October 20 , 7:30 am—3:30 pm
Look for new ideas, new approaches, new ways to implement the new Common Core State Standards ...continue reading "SCTE Fall Conference 2012"
Breakfast at Tiffany's & Art in the Afternoon
(SCTE's 2012 Spring Fling)
Saturday, April 28, 2012 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
at Century City Mall &
The Annenberg Space for Photography ...continue reading "SCTE Spring Fling 2012"
A Novel Approach
October 22, 7:30 am—3:30 pm at The Radisson Hotel, Whittier, California
Look for new ideas, new approaches, new ways to encourage students to read.
Morning Speaker: Kelly Gallagher
...continue reading "SCTE Fall Conference 2011"
Literary Los Angeles—Urban Architecture and Poetry at its best
Led and narrated by Mike the Poet – Poetry Performer & Architectural Connoisseur
Mike delighted Spring Flingers with the history of these landmarks and the people who made them come alive. ...continue reading "SCTE Spring Fling 2011"