PRESENTATIONS:

International

Pope, C. & Christopher, L. (2004). An update on developing techno-savvy English Language arts teachers. Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. Atlanta, GA.

Pope, C., Lambert, J., Weber, J. & McLeod, A. (2001). Developing techno-savy English Language arts teachers: From blank screens to full directories. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, Orlando, FL.

Pope, C. A., Overstreet, N. A., Spires, H. A., Vasu, E. S., & McLeod, A.M. (2000). Teaching & technology: Issues of integration and implementation. Fourth International Conference for Global Conversations on Language and Literacy, Utrecht, The Netherlands.

Crissman, C., Pope, C. A., Spires, H. A. (1999) Shake, rattle, and roll: Dancing the tension of the dissertation in shaking the ivory tower: Writing, advising, and critiquing the postmodern dissertation. (Chair: Thomas E. Barone; Discussants: Elliot Eisner and Howard Gardner). American Educational Research Association. Montreal, Canada.

Hsiang, M., Vasu, E., Pope, C., Crissman, C., Alibrandi, M., Munro, M., & Steelman, J. (1998). Bringing us closer through world wide web: In-service and pre-service teacher education. ICCE98, Beijing, China.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Building pathways to promise: Reading and writing with middle school students. Alberta English Language Arts Council, Alberta, Canada.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Middle school English language arts teacher preparation through reflection and refraction.” Alberta English Language Arts Council, Alberta, Canada.

Pope, C. A., Overstreet, N. A., Miller, J. & Ellsworth E. (1996). Combining the professional and the personal: Teacher development through language and learning in grassroots groups. Global Conversations on Language and Literacy, 2nd International Conference, Heidelberg, Germany.

Pope, C. A., Beal, C. M., Weldon, L. & Overstreet, N. A. (1995). Supporting the teaching/learning process in diverse classrooms: The role of teaching, research, teacher education, superintendents, and school boards. NCTE International Conference and International Federation of Teachers of English Conference, Reconstructing Language and Learning for the 21st Century: Connecting with our Classrooms. New York, NY.

Pope, C. A. (1990). Listening to the changing voices of students: Pedagogy and response. International Federation of teachers of English Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.

Pope, C. A. (1989). Positive peer identification through writing and writing response groups. National Middle School Association. Toronto, Canada.

Pope, C. A. (1987). Writing across the curriculum. Rabat American School, Morocco, Africa.

National

Pope, C.A. (2003). ‘The highly qualified’ teacher: Retaining student partnerships. The Britton Session: Teacher Research in an Age of ‘Scientific Inquiry.’ National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Pope, C.A. (2001). Videoconferencing and digital archives in the preparation of English teachers. National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, Baltimore, MD – Presented by Proxy.

Pope, C. A. (2001). Early career teachers strand kickoff and breakfast. National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, Baltimore, MD. – Guided and presented by Dr. Billy O’Steen.

Pope, C. (2001). James N. Britton Award Winner Session. Reflection and refraction: A reflexive look at an evolving model for methods instruction. National Council of Teachers of English, Spring Conference, Birmingham, AL.

Pope, C. & Golub, J. (2001). Preparing tomorrow’s English language arts teachers today. National Council of Teachers of English, Spring Conference, Birmingham, AL.

Pope, C. A. (2000). What matters: Connecting knee-to-knee in the e-world. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention. Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Pope, C. A. (2000). Content area guideline exemplars - English education. National Technology Leadership Retreat, Reston, VA.

Pope, C. A. (2000). Content area position statements (representing Conference on English Education). National Technology Leadership Retreat, Reston, VA.

Pope, C. A. (2000). NTLI-An interdisciplinary cross-association initiative (representing Conference on English Education). National Technology Leadership Retreat, Reston, VA.

Pope, C. A. (2000). Making connections across the curriculum: Writing, learning, & technology. Literacy Institute, Fordham University, New York, NY.

Crissman, C., Pope, C. A. & Spires, H. A. (2000). Alternative perspectives on researching: Doctoral candidates and supervisors speak out. American Educational Research Association. New Orleans, LA.

Pope, C. A., Candler, E., Henry, L. Lanvermeier, L., McLeod, A., & Weber, J. (2000). EPALs: Celebration and challenge of the teacher education and technology double helix. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference. New York, NY.

Pope, C. A. & Golub J. N. (2000). Preparing tomorrow’s English teachers to use technology. Preconference Workshop. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. & Golub, J. N. (2000). Preparing tomorrow’s English teachers to use technology. Concurrent Session. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. (2000). Preparing tomorrow’s teacher to use technology in core subject areas-- science, mathematics, English & social studies. Keynote Speaker/Panel Member. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. & Beal, C. M. (1999). From timelines to technology: Integrating language arts and social studies in middle school and methods classes. National Council of Teachers of English/National Council of Social Studies Joint Conference. Washington, D. C.

Pope, C. A. (1999). Making research collaborative: Student teachers and cooperating teachers as researchers together. NCTE Spring Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Pope, C. A. (1999). Having faith in the future: The value of John Mayher’s Uncommon Sense. Conference on English Education, NCTE Spring Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Crissman, C. E., Pope, C. A., Vasu, E. S., Munro, M., Alibrandi, M., Hsaing, M. & Steelman, J. (1998). Cyber-communities: Where technology meets imagination. American Educational Research Association. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. (1998). Listening to the voices of preservice teachers: How can we bring harmony to all these standards? NCTE Spring Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

Pope, C. A., Beal, C. M. & McLeod, A. (1998). From margins to texts: Finding and sustaining the voices of at-risk students and their teachers. NCTE Spring Conference. Albuquerque, NM.

Pope, C. A., Associate Chair. (1998). International assembly publications: Past, present, future.” NCTE Fall Convention. Nashville, TN.

Pope, C. A. (1998). How might English education students be prepared to conduct classroom inquiry? NCTE Fall Convention, Nashville, TN.

Pope, C. A. (1998). Faculty development and teacher education. NCTE Summer Institute for Teachers of Literature. Myrtle Beach, SC.

Pope, C. A., Chair. (1998). Using the Guidelines for the Preparation of Teachers of English Language Arts for assessing teacher preparation programs. NCTE Fall Convention. Nashville,
TN.

Pope, C. A., Chair (1997). NCTE Executive Committee Emeritus Group Session. NCTE Fall Convention. Detroit, MI.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Changing and creating the public stories about English language arts instruction. NCTE Spring Conference. Charlotte NC.

Pope, C. A. (1997). The cooperating teacher as major character in the story of learning to teach. NCTE Spring Conference. Charlotte, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Introduction of Dr. Jane Tompkins. CEE Luncheon, NCTE Spring Conference. Charlotte, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1996). CEE and the new guidelines, NCTE Convention. Chicago, Ill.

Pope, C. A. (1996). Chair, Forum on Working Conditions,” NCTE Convention, Chicago, Ill.

Pope, C. A. (1996). Discussion Leader, CEE Colloquium on English Studies and English Education: Language, Literacy, and Public Policy. NCTE Convention. Chicago, Ill.

Spires, H. A., Pope, C. A., Crissman, C. & Beal, C. M. (1996). North Carolina partnership for accelerated schools: Creating pathways for educational excellence and equity through institutional reculturing. American Educational Research Association. New York, NY.

Pope, C. A. (1996). Real life connections: University and public school learners meet in the middle-Advice from the voices that matter. NCTE Spring Conference. Boston, MA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). The role of college level groups in NCTE: A twenty-first century perspective. College Forum, NCTE Fall Convention. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). How states and local districts can use the NCTE/IRA content standards. NCTE Fall Convention. San Diego, CA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). Enriching students' sense of time and change through word study. Chair. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference. Minneapolis, MN.

Pope, C. A. (1994). Responding to the skeptics: Finding, defining, refining the questions and research regarding reading/writing workshop. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Orlando, FL.

Pope, C. A. (1994). Questioning the reading/writing Workshop. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Orlando, FL.

Pope, C. A. (1994). The middle grades English language arts teacher preparation program at North Carolina State University. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Orlando, FL.

Pope, C. A. (1994). The North Carolina CEE. National Council of Teacher of English Spring Conference, Portland, OR.

Pope, C. A. (1993). Through multiple windows: Perspectives on the relationship between writing and ts contexts. Associate Chair, National Council of Teacher of English, Fall Convention, Pittsburgh, PA.

Pope, C. A. (1993) Introduction, Mary Catherine Bateson, Conference on English Education, Luncheon, National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Richmond, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1993). Assessment and evaluation theme session, Convener. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Richmond, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1993). Commission and membership reports. Conference on English Education General Session, National Council of Teachers of English, Richmond, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1993). Educating for Change: Creating Our Common Wealth Wrap-Up Session, Co- Chair. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Richmond, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Meade Award Presentation at Conference on English Education Luncheon, National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Louisville, KY.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Meade Award Winner. Chair. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Louisville, KY.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Aspect of the English Curriculum, Chair. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Louisville, KY.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Caring and Learning with At-Risk Students: Does It Take At-Risk Teachers? All-day workshop with PAL (Power and Literacy Through Speaking and Writing) teachers. National Council of Teachers of English, Spring Conference, Washington, D.C.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Teacher education for new English language arts teachers. Catalyst Speaker at Opening Plenary session (Setting Our Agenda for Thoughtful School Reform in English Language Arts Teacher Education). National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Washington, D.C.

Pope. C. A. (1992). Planning for thoughtful local and global reform in teacher education. Resource/Speaker, Closing Session, National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Washington, D.C.

Pope, C. A. (1991). Meade award winner, Associate Chair, National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Seattle, WA.

Pope, C. A. (1991). Getting off the track: What happens when schools try alternatives to ability grouping? Recorder/Synthesizer, National Council of Teachers of English, Seattle, WA.

Pope, C. A. (1991). Power and literacy (PAL) through speaking and writing: Developing a curriculum and pedagogy for middle school at-risk students," National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Indianapolis, IN.

Pope, C. A. & Prater, D. L. (1990). Are prewriting/invention strategies as useful to student writers as we have assumed?" National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Colorado Springs, CO.

Pope, C. A. (1990). Effectiveness of teacher and student teacher k-12 self reporting and self evaluation of writing instruction, Chair and Recorder. National Council of Teachers of English, Colorado Springs, CO.

Prater, D. L. & Pope, C. A. (1990). Writing proficiency and student use of prewriting/invention strategies. American Educational Research Association.

Pope, C. A. (1989). Confessions of an English teacher educator: They teach me how to teach. National Council of Teachers of English Conference, Charleston, SC.

Pope, C. A. (1988). I love my students' journals, but when do I have time to respond to all of them? National Council of Teachers of English Convention, St. Louis, MO.

Pope, C. A. (1989). A look at various departments of public instructions' adoption or rejection of NCTE Guidelines for Teacher Preparation, Associate Chair/Reactor. National Council of Teachers of English, St. Louis, MO.

Pope, C. A. (1989). How words matter - The example of Samantha Smith, Recorder. National Council of Teachers, Charleston, SC.

Pope, C. A. (1987). Teacher evaluation - Issues and initiatives. Colloquium Co-Chair and Facilitator for day-long workshop sponsored by the Conference on English Education, National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Los Angeles, CA.

Pope, C. A. (1988). Developing a sense of humor: Reading/writing activities K-12, Recorder. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Boston, MA. Pope, C. A. (1986). Workshop for disseminating Teacher Preparation and Certification Guidelines. Presenter, National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1986). Empowering the writing program. Annual Colloquium of the Conference on English Education, Teacher Evaluation--Issues and Initiatives. National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1986). Literature and the secondary curriculum: Trends and prospects. Associate Chair, National Council of Teachers of English, Fall Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1986). How to start and maintain a system-wide writing-across the-curriculum program. Chair. National Council of Teachers of English, Phoenix, AZ.

Pope, C. A. (1986). After the writing project --- Is there life? National Council of Teachers of English, Phoenix, AZ.

Pope, C. A. (1986). Improving and assessing writing. Chair. American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Before the footnote: Collaboration in teaching library research concepts. Chair, National Council of Teachers of English, Philadelphia, PA.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Standardized testing: Bane or boost to English teachers? National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Writing across the curriculum: A united step toward excellence," Program Chair, National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Excellence in vocabulary: An experiential model. National Council of Teachers of English Spring Conference, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Writing instruction. Critic. American Educational Research Association, Chicago, IL.

Pope, C. A. (1982). Themes in adolescent literature. Program Chair. National Council of Teachers of English Fall Convention, Washington, DC

State and Regional

O’Steen, B. and Pope, C.A. (2001). Writing gives us a life…Even in a world of testing, standards, and curriculum alignment. North Carolina English Teachers Conference, Winston-Salem, NC – Presented by Dr. Billy O’Steen.

Pope, C. A. (2000). Teaching writing with technology in the new millennium: Principles, practices, and the standard course of study. North Carolina English Teachers Association, Winston-Salem, NC.

Valvano, J., Valvano, N, & Pope, C. (2000). The V foundation for cancer research youth program. North Carolina Middle School Association. Greensboro, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1999). Keynote/Panelist. Step into the future with NC State: an NC State forum. Asheville, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1999). Let’s pack our bags and pack ‘em light: Information and resources for the new millennium. North Carolina English Teachers Association Fall Conference. Winston- Salem, NC.

Pope C. A. & Beal, C. M. (1999). Making research collaborative: Student teachers and cooperating teachers as researchers together. North Carolina Teacher Education Forum, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1998). A model for responding effectively to students’ writing. Teaching and Technology Teleconference Series. University of North Carolina sponsored teleconference. Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1998) Steering students toward response and revision: Does technology really help?” NCETA Fall Conference. Wilmington, NC.

Pope. C. A (1997). Composing ourselves out of a job? The changing role of English language arts teachers in classrooms. North Carolina English Teachers Association Annual Conference. High Point, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1996). What do the NCTE/IRA standards for the English language arts have to do with me? Teaching the ABC’s and leading public conversation,” North Carolina English Teachers Assn. Winston-Salem, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1995). Effective English language arts instruction: It all comes down to numbers. North Carolina English Teachers Assn., Fall Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1994). 'I wonder what will happen when...': Becoming A teacher-researcher In your English language arts classroom. North Carolina English Teachers Association Annual Conference. Charlotte, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1994). Reading and writing with 'at-risk' students: Does it take 'at-risk' teachers?" Central Virginia Writing Project Conference/Reunion, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1994). Reading/writing workshop for all Students: True or false? North Carolina Middle School Association Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1993). Teaching and learning in middle school: Risk-taking teachers learn With at- risk students. North Carolina English Teachers Association Conference, Durham, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1992) Aphorisms at risk: Disadvantaged students and their teachers. North Carolina English Teachers Association Conference, High Point, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1991). PALS: Risk-taking teachers and at-risk students. Southeastern Regional International Reading Association Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1991). Playing the A.N.G.L.E.S Assess now: Grade later with ease and satisfaction. Southeastern Regional National Council of Teachers of English Conference, Asheville, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1991). The student sensitive classroom. Region 4 North Carolina Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Annual Meeting, Fayetteville, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1989). This is fun, but how can I be sure they're learning anything? North Carolina English Teachers Association Conference, Winston-Salem, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1989). A comparison of the invention/prewriting strategies used by proficient and non-proficient eleventh grade writers. North Carolina Association for Research in Education, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1989). Writing as a tool for critical thinking. Wake County Public School System, Humanities Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1989). Themes in middle level teacher education programs - Undergraduate and graduate. North Carolina League of Middle Level Schools Conference, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1989). Writing response groups: Can my students really...? North Carolina League of Middle Level Schools Conference, Research Triangle Park, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1988). I know all about the writing process: Now what? North Carolina English Teachers Association Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1988). Writing to learn in middle school language arts. Wake County's English/Language Arts Conference, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1988).Teacher evaluation: Priorities and concerns. North Carolina League of Middle Level Schools Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1988). T.P.A.I.: Does it rule out collaborative learning and indirect teaching? North Carolina League of Middle Level Schools Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1987). Research behind the reading/writing relationship. North Carolina English Teachers Association Conference, Greensboro, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1986). When I'm not writing, I'm not reading. Keynote speaker, Houston Area Council of Teachers of English, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1986). When I say 'revise,' they think I mean copy over. Texas Joint Council of Teachers of English, Ft. Worth, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Teaching strategies to improve writing skills. District IV, Texas State Teachers' Association, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1985). Keeping the writing process vital. Texas Joint Council of Teachers of English, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1984). Every teacher a teacher of writing. Texas State Teachers Association, Critical Issues Conference, Austin, TX.

Pope, C. A. (1983). Writing to read. Texas Association for the Improvement of Reading, Houston, TX.

Pope, C. A. & Strzepek, J. E. (1983). Writing teachers teach writing. English in the Two Year College, Atlanta, GA.

Pope, C. A. (1983). Writing and Vocabulary. Reading Institute, Radford University, Radford, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1981). Vocabulary and the holistic language experience. Virginia Association of Teachers of English Conference, Blacksburg, VA.

Local

Pope, C. A. (2000). Making connections across the curriculum: Writing, learning, & technology. Tidewater-Danville Writing Project, Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1999). Writing across the curriculum and technology. Tidewater-Danville Writing Project, Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1997-8). Writing to learn in content areas. East Cary Middle School, Wake County Schools, Cary, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Writing gives us a life: Building on students’ experience. English Alliance (Granville, Vance Counties and Community College). Henderson, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1997). Writing gives Us A life. Wednesday Club, Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). Combining the personal and the professional: The power of grassroots groups. Danville Reading Chapter, Westwood Middle School. Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). Listening to the voices that matter most. Langston Junior High School: Danville Public Schools, Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1995). Instruction and middle schools. Instructional Task Force, Danville Public Schools, Danville, VA.

Pope, C. A. (1994). Research and reading/writing workshop. PTA Meeting, McDougle Middle School. Chapel-Hill Carrboro Schools, Chapel Hill, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1992). Teacher: Learner and leader. Keynote Speaker, North Carolina State University, Teaching Effectiveness Workshop, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1992). The need for change and overcoming obstacles--A communication skills perspective. Johnston County Public School System, Smithfield, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1991). PAL: Power and literacy for disadvantaged youth. North Carolina State University, Education and Psychology Foundation, Semi-Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1991). Futuristic needs of students in the areas of communication skills and technology. Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, Curriculum Steering Committee, Chapel Hill, NC.

Pope, C. A. (1988). English class size," Wake County Public School System School Board, Raleigh, NC.

 

 


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