I’m excited to co-host NCTE’s monthly Twitter chat (#NCTEchat) this Sunday at 8 PM EST with fellow digital literacies enthusiasts Troy Hicks, Tom Liam Lynch, and Nicole Damico.
We’ll be tweeting about “Beliefs for Integrating Technology Into the English Language Arts Classroom,” a position statement collaboratively written by 22 members of NCTE’s ELATE Commission on Digital Literacies and Teacher Education (D-LITE)
In the statement, authors share four beliefs to consider when integrating technology in ELA, with applications for K-12 teachers and students, teacher educators and students, and literacy researchers.
Here are the four beliefs describe in detail in the full position statement.
For a sneak peak of the Twitter chat questions, check out this post from the NCTE blog.
Wondering how 22 English educators worked together across the country over 23 months to write this position paper? Be sure to read this multimodal article about our writing process:
Zucker, L. & Hicks, T. (2019). 23 months x 22 scholars: Collaboration, negotiation, and the revision of a position statement on technology in english language arts. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 19(3).
See you at Sunday’s chat!
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