NCTE 2022 in Anaheim was a wonderful gathering, back face-to-face after two years of virtual learning necessitated by the pandemic. And, as anyone who has been with me at NCTE knows, over the years I have tried many methods for keeping slides, handouts, and links from presentations, webinars, and workshops organized.
And — after using wikis, social bookmarking tools, collaborative boards, QR codes, shortened URLs, and more — I will, of course, keep experimenting with new, digitally-mediated ways to share during sessions. However, a few technical glitches reminded me that, yes, sometimes simply having a website with a list of links is important.
To that end, here is a concise list of the sessions I was involved with at NCTE 2022.
- D-LITE Roundtable Session: “Digital Diligence: Building Mindful Practices Into a Crowded Curriculum“
- ACE Workshop Session: “Teaching Argument in the Real World: Visualizing Evidence, Evaluating Sources“
- Roundtable Session: “Literacies Before Technologies: Making Digital Tools Matter for Middle Level Learners“
- Roundtable Session: “New Perspectives on Primary Sources: Innovative Ideas from Teacher Leaders in an NCTE/Library of Congress Fellowship“
- Roundtable Session: “What We’ve Learned: Two Decades of Hanging Out, Messing Around, and Geeking Out“
- Presentation: “Beyond the Blank and Darkened Screen: Bringing Digital Literacy Practices to Light in ELA Instruction”
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