The NATE Network is a site where NATE members and others interested in the teaching of English can meet, discuss and share information. Those attending NATE conferences and courses can post resources and provide feedback - and special interest groups can have their own areas. For help in using the site, please see here.
On this site you can:
Find others with similar interests and goals;
Update your profile - your portfolio is the main way people find out about you. You can edit your details and choose exactly what you want to share and with whom;
Set up your dashboard - it will only take a few moments but will make things easier each time you visit;
Include a picture or image to aid recognition;
Set up or join groups to share expertise and chat;
Add links to your Twitter account and blog if you have them;
Or just browse....
As the NATE Network develops we'll discover new ways to use it – please join in!
Any comments to Tom Rank, please!
About the National Association for the Teaching of English
The National Association for the Teaching of English works to:
Promote standards of excellence in the teaching of English from Early Years to University
Promote innovative and original ideas that have practical classroom outcomes
Support teachers' own professional development through:
access to current research
national and regional conferences
Provide an informed national voice on matters concerning the teaching of English and its related subjects
Encourage sharing and collaboration between teachers and learners of English and its related subjects
Find out more about NATE on our main website.