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"Atticus, An Advocate: Developing Rhetorical Analysis Skills through To Kill a Mockingbird."
Presenter: Kristina Aste-Mayer
"Creating an Understanding of an Unfamiliar Culture (Islam) Through Young Adult Literature"
Presenters: Danielle King-Watkins and Arianna Drossopoulos
"Creating Change: Opening Worlds One Book at a Time"
Presenters: Nancy Tupper Ling, Cheryl Lawton Malone, and Heather Lang
"Erasing the Transactional: Argumentation as Authentic, Action-Based Learning"
Presenters: Mary Dibinga and Sarah Mayper
"From the Page to Life: Reading Roadmap to Empathy, Courage, Forgiveness, Gratitude"
Presenters: James Sapia and Elly Swartz
"Graphic Novels: The Unicorn of Literary instruction"
Presenters: Katharine Covino and Kisha Tracy
"Play, Game, Win: Rethinking Literacy, Learning & Student Success"
Presenter: Michele L. Haiken
"Publishing Your Work in The Leaflet"
Presenter: Mark Fabrizi
"Making a Difference with Grammar"
Presenters: Melanie Meehan, Bill Antonitis, and Nilda Irizarry
"Negotiating the Personal, Professional, and Political: Teaching for Social Justice in the English Classroom"
Presenters: Janet Johnson, Diane Long, and Brittany Richer
"Reading the Apocalypse: Using Cormac McCarthy’s The Road to Develop a Multimodal Analysis"
Presenter: Matthew Pifer
"Seeded & Leveled Text as a Differentiated Approach for Vocabulary and Comprehension (MHC)"
Presenters: Mark Schmidek and Hannah Dostal
"Strengthening Literacy Skills Utilizing the SAT Suite of Assessments and SAT Practice on Khan Academy Resources"
Presenters: Jenny Caccavale, Sabrina Lavieri, and Simon Edgett
"The Literacies of Personal and Social Change: Teaching for Joy in the ELA Classroom"
Presenter: Bruce M. Penniman
"Teaching Rhetoric to Understand the World"
Presenters: Kelly Danielson and Michael Harten
"Understanding Digital Colonialism through Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness"
Presenter: Rob Ford
"World Cafe: A Model for Student Engagement"
Presenter: Corinne Woodworth