5 years ago

Hunter Faculty, Students and Alums Present at the National Council for Teachers of English (NCTE) Conference

Six School of Education graduate students from the Literacy program and the English Education program joined Professors Jody Polleck and Marshall George at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English in Baltimore, where they presented their work in a session called The Future is Now: Exploring 21st-Century Teaching Ideas with the Next Generation of English Teachers. This session highlights and celebrates the academic work of pre-service and inservice graduate students from teacher education programs across the US. The presentations are listed below.

  • Encouraging Student Engagement in the Community through Leadership, Zakia Babb, Hunter College
  • Illuminating Student Identities in Preparation for Higher Education, Matthew Blake, Hunter College
  • “Names” and Identity: Using the Self as Text in ELA Classrooms, Elizabeth Mashkow, Hunter College
  • Understanding Identity in the Context of Racial and Social Hierarchies, Rona Neman, Hunter College
  • Reading the World through Dystopian Literature, Lina Rahmani, Hunter College
  • America the “Free”: A Deep Look at Race, Injustice, and Inequality in America, Jessica Russo, Hunter College
  • Using Inquiry-based, Collaborative Approaches in Teacher Education Settings to Build Pre-Service Teachers’ Use of Culturally Sustaining Pedagogies, Olivia Roach (co-presented with Jody Polleck)

Students and Faculty at the Annual Convention of the National Council of Teachers of English in Baltimore.