Foundation / Corporation
Wisconsin Council of Teachers of English (WCTE)
Award to a Wisconsin first-year teacher to recognize outstanding education in the English language arts discipline. Nominations are invited for teachers who demonstrate a commitment to the profession, excellent contributions in language arts education, and good relationships with other staff members and the community.
- Contribution to the teaching of English language arts: This contribution may include, but is not limited to, using innovative teaching techniques, curriculum development in literature, reading, writing, speaking, listening, or media study; or participating in faculty activities related to English.
- Professional commitment: Nominees should have a strong interest in professional development. Indicators of this interest might include membership in professional organizations such as WCTE, NCTE, WSRA, WAMLE, IRA, WCA, etc.
- Staff and community relations: Nominees should have a good relationship with parents and others in the community and should have demonstrated potential for leadership among colleagues.
GrantWatch ID#: 157964
The award recipient receives a certificate, free registration at a future WCTE event such as a state convention, one night accommodation at the convention hotel if applicable, and formal recognition of the Nancy Hoefs Memorial Award at a convention session.
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Send nominations electronically to:
David Roloff , Department of English
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