What is ICTA?
ICTA is a professional association for high school and higher education teachers and coaches of communication, speech, debate, theatre, and media.
The Illinois Communication and Theatre Association cultivates teaching, learning, service, and advocacy by supporting and developing educators through innovative pedagogies and promoting and advancing public discourse knowledge and skills as integral to learning and life-long citizenry.
The Illinois Communication and Theatre Association envisions a future in which communication and public discourse is understood as practical and necessary for developing competencies in professional and personal contexts.
The Future of ICTA
At the end of ICTA’s annual convention in September, members of the Executive Board engaged in a wide-ranging discussion about the mission, vision and future of the Association. We’d like to invite you to join this conversation on December 7, 2021, at 6:00 pm.
Here are a few of the topics on which we’d like your thoughts:
This should get us started, but we can go in any direction that attendees want to go. We hope you’ll join us!
Registration is FREE, and anyone can attend--you just need to register. Then, a couple days before the event, a Zoom link will be sent to all who have registered.
This event is being coordinated by
Dana Trunnel, First Vice President and 2022 Convention Planner
Harry Bodell, Communications Co-Director
Bryan Asbury, Immediate Past President