Session I: Friday, 8:15-9:30 a.m.
- I.1: Marie Levey-Pabst, Multiple Readings of Complex Texts: Classroom Methods That Work
- I.3: Carol A. Cavanaugh, Julie A. Matson, and Cheryl L. Tucker, Let’s Talk Narratology: Ideologies, World Views, and Themes that Reside in the Space Between Authorial Truth and Fiction
- I.4: Annie Davis, Share the Love & Meet the Requirements: Your National Archives Can Help!
- I.5: Michael Gianfrancesco, Introduction to the Graphic Novel Form as a Pathway to CCSS-based Close Reading Strategies OIANEATE.pdf
Session II: Friday, 10:30-11:45 a.m.
Session III: Friday, 2:15-3:30 p.m.
- III.1: Amy Flanders, Developing a High School African Literature Course
- III.2: Matthew Knieling, Teaching Social (In-)Equality: Using Literature to Create a Socially Responsible and Inclusive Community
- III.3: Jonathan Budd, Christine Cincotta, Christina Conetta, and Michael Mezzo, From PB&J to World War II, and Everything In Between: Stimulating Creativity While Building Interdisciplinary School-Wide Portfolios
- III.4: Mary Botticelli Christensen, Teaching and Learning: A Collaborative, Creative Act
- III.5: Erik Palmer, Teaching Speaking: Exceeding the Standards and Developing Well-Spoken Students
- III.6: Barbara Wahlberg, Poetry Finalists
Earlybird Session: Saturday, 8:00-8:45 a.m.
- EB.1: Ed Darling, NEATE Annual Meeting
- EB.2: Cathy Sosnowski, Writing into the Day
Session IV: Saturday, 10:15-11:30 a.m.
- IV.1: Alexander Kaplan and Colleen Simpson, Writing True Stories in the World: Building a Culture of Literacy and Engaging All Learners by Teaching Intensive Journalistic Writing in the English Classroom
- IV.2: Justin M. Stygles, Reluctant Readers: Reestablishing Confidence and Motivation – Overcoming Shame
- IV.3: Kisha G. Tracy, Ian Wilkins, and Jennifer Spain, Leveraging “Quick” Technologies to Enliven the Page
- IV.4: Abbey Dick, More Speaking and More Listening in the English Classroom
- IV.5: Barry Lane, They're Playing Our Song: Writing and Studying Songs to Uncover, Explore, Satirize Themes in Life, Literature, and Society
Session V: Saturday, 11:45 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
- V.1: Emily Jones, Balancing Trust and Suspicion: Promoting Academic Integrity through Assignment Design
- V.2: Matt Schlein, Balancing Arts, Writing, and the Environment in the Public Schools: The Walden Project of Vergennes, VT
- V.3: Diane Kern, Jennifer Hanson and Padma Venkatraman, Studying the World through Story: Using Multicultural Fiction to Create Global Awareness while Implementing Common Core Standards. A_Time_to_Dance_Activities.pdf
- V.4: Mariette Camille Ogg, Grammar Remixed for Undergraduates: Engaging Multiple Literacies to Present Common Writing Errors
- V.5: Sara Casassa, Integrating Technology in the Language Arts Classroom