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ISTE2022

Literacy Showcasing Student Voices: Using Podcasts for Authentic Literacy Learning

Students whose voices are stifled by standardized forms of literacy instruction and curriculum constraints become students whose voices are celebrated by authentic audiences when podcasting is introduced in the classroom. Educators will leave this session with a plan for their own podcast channels and a bank of podcast ideas to get started.

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ncte2021

Interrogating Our White Gaze: Supporting Equity through Teacher Educator Racialized Reader Response

 

This presentation engages participants in a discussion of how we, as teacher educators, are working to grow as critically conscious readers and encourage our teacher candidates to grow along with us. Through action research, we draw on racialized reader response to interrogate the white gaze. We share our own racialized reader responses as well as YA that supports equity in literacy education.

 

Presenters: Kathleen Colantonio-Yurko, SUNY Brockport Janeen Pizzo, SUNY Brockport Natalie Svrcek, SUNY Brockport

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ISTE2021

Writers Revel In Identifying Their Excellence: Technology-Enhanced Genius Hour & Writing Workshop

When genius hour connects with writing workshop, students practice writing in an authentic, student-centered approach. In the digital age, creating differentiated mini-lessons individualized for each student has never been easier. While we aren't experts, we have lived this amazing writing experience and want to share it with you!

NCTE2020

2020 NCTE Annual Convention

Denver, CO
November 19-22, 2020

ISTE2020

When Genius Hour connects with Writing Workshop, students practice writing with this authentic, student-centered approach. In the digital age, creating differentiated mini-lessons individualized for each student has never been easier. While we aren't experts, we have lived this amazing writing experience and want to share it with you!

ISTE2019

Kick Yourself in the Ass

Tuesday, June 25th - 1:15pm EST

Get comfortable with being uncomfortable! Learn how to kick yourself in the ass and take control of your instructional practices and professional development. A video-recording device, purposeful reflection and a collaborative partner is all you need to reignite and refine your instruction to up the ante in your classroom.