Student and Faculty Presentations at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention

On November 21-24, 2013, students and faculty from GSE’s CLAIR Ph.D. program, the Digital Literacies Collaborative (DLC), and the Language, Literacy and Learning Ph.D. program (LLL) made the following presentations at the National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention in Boston:


Lauren Goldberg & Nathan Snyder (CLAIR):
Using Google Docs to Reimagine Teacher and Student Collaboration Throughout the Writing Process

Emilie Jones & Dr. Kristen Turner (DLC):
Using Google Docs to Reimagine Teacher and Student Collaboration Throughout the Writing Process

Iveliesse Ramos & Dr. Kristen Turner (DLC):
Citelighter:  A 21st Century Thinking and Writing Tool

Jeta Donovan (LLL):
There’s a Why Behind Everything I Say: Adolescents’ Language Ideologies of Code-Switching

Rebekah Shoaf (with non-Fordham colleagues and former student) (LLL)
Real Men Read Chick Lit: Engaging Adolescent Boys in Literature By and About Women

Sheila Cooperman, Christy Gogola, Cara Stepanian, & Michelle Walker (Dr. Kristen Turner, Assoc. chair) (LLL)
The Future of Writing Teacher Education (Re)examined and (Re)imagined: From Research to Practice

Brian Kelley & Dr. Marshall George (LLL)
Adolescent Literature and the Common Core: Exploring Text Complexity of Highly Teachable YA Lit

Sheila Cooperman & Cara Stepanian (Dr. Kristen Turner, chair) (LLL)
Diving In (headfirst) To Digital Literacy: Reinventing Yourself as a 21st Century English Teacher

GSE congratulates all of our faculty and students on their presentations!
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