We’re delighted that the online NCTE Member Gatherings have proved so helpful to members! It’s great to know that members find it rewarding to spend time with their colleagues in this new way, remote but still connected. We’re seeking brief comments on the benefits of virtual gatherings and would like to hear from you! Send your thoughts to NCTEevents@ncte.org.
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FEATURED HOST AND GUEST
Antero Garcia is an assistant professor in the Graduate School of Education at Stanford University, a former high school English teacher, and cofounder of SLAM, NCTE’s Assembly on Studies in Literacies and Multimedia. His research interests include how technology and gaming shape both youth and adult learning, literacy practices, and civic identities. Garcia has been widely published. His most recent books are Good Reception: Teens, Teachers, and Mobile Media in a Los Angeles High School; Doing Youth Participatory Action Research: Transforming Inquiry with Researchers, Educators, and Students (with Nicole Mirra and Ernest Morrell); Pose, Wobble, Flow: A Culturally Proactive Approach to Literacy Instruction (with Cindy O’Donnell-Allen); and Compose Our World: Project-Based Learning in Secondary English Language Arts (with Alison G. Boardman, Bridget Dalton, and Joseph L. Polman).
Detra M. Price-Dennis is an associate professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, and the author of articles for Language Arts, The Reading Teacher, Reading and Writing Quarterly, English Journal, and Teaching/Writing: The Journal of Writing Teacher Education. Her research interests include sociopolitical and sociocultural aspects of literacy learning in early and middle childhood education, digital literacies, literacy teacher education, and critical perspectives on children’s and young adult literature.