A welcome memo from the (newly elected) 2023 KATE Pages Editor, Caleb K. Thornton.
Hello and welcome!
Thank you for your interest in submitting work for the KATE Blog.
Teachers are at the heart of learning. With compassion and skill, they nurture students’ curiosity and empower them to reach their potential. The Kansas Association of Teachers of English celebrates educators and provides a platform to amplify their voices.
We believe teachers and their experiences in the classroom are some of our most valuable assets. Their daily trials, tribulations, breakthroughs, and insights shape the future of education. By sharing your stories and wisdom with us, you further our mission to create positive change from the classroom to out in the community.
Our editorial team carefully reviews all submissions to our educational blog. We welcome posts from active teachers and administrators willing to provide an inside perspective.
If you have an idea or completed draft to share, please review our writers’ guidelines below. Together we can transform isolated successes into better practices that reach every student. Thank you for taking the time to enrich this community of educators seeking to learn and grow.
General Blog Post Submission Guidelines (updated 11/2023):
1. Author bio (2-3 sentences)
Ideas for Submissions include:
Once submitted, our blog committee will review your submission and provide you with feedback as quickly as possible.
As always, we appreciate you taking the time to support, not only KATE, but the teaching profession!
Sincerely, the KATE PAGES Editing Team
Kansas Association of Teachers of English Honored with 2023 Affiliate Journal of Excellence Award from National Council of Teachers of English
Kansas Association of Teachers of English Honored with 2023 Affiliate Website of Excellence Awardfrom National Council of Teachers of English
Kansas Association of Teachers of English Honored with 2023 Kent D. Williamson Membership Award from National Council of Teachers of English
by KATE Pages Editors
As National Poetry Month comes to a close, we felt it germain to highlight the poetry interactions throughout our respective communities. From poetry readings, to open mic nights, poetry is indeed alive and well in Kansas. As educators, we seek authentic ways to incorporate arts in our student’s lives, and one of the best ways we can do that is to seek out authentic opportunities to interact with art in public.
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