What is “Changing the Language”? “Changing the Language” now available as a peer-reviewed article: TALE Yearbook, Vol. 5, Fall 2018 We are in a time period in which technology evolves so fast, that we feel as if we will never catch up. This definitely is an everlasting debate as it relates to education. If you are visiting this post, chances are you have attended one my sessions over the need to “change the language” in …Read More
Tag Archives: Digital Literacies
I have recently submitted a proposal to present a Future 20 (20 minute) session at SXSW Edu (South by Southwest Edu) in Austin, Texas in March 2018. Part of the proposal process is done through crowd sourcing, and requires voters to vote “up” for my proposal.
One of my first scholarly works as a professor has been published! I am pleased to share that my article, “Digital Minds: Writing Instruction for Students who HATE Writing” was published in Volume 2: October 2016 of the Literacy Summit Yearbook. This particular journal was put together by TALE (Texas Association for Literacy Education), and the Specialized Literacy Professionals organizations.
On February 12th and 13th, I was able to attend the Literacy Summit at the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas. This conference was co-sponsored by TALE (Texas Association of Literacy Education),the University of the Incarnate Word, and the Specialized Literacy Professionals. It was one the the most well organized and productive conferences that I have attended to date. I enjoyed being able to be in an environment in which it truly …Read More
Title of Presentation: Digital Minds: Writing Instruction for Students Who HATE Writing Date: February 13th, 2016 Location: University of the Incarnate Word – San Antonio, TX I was honored to present at the 2016 Literacy Summit, Co-Sponsored by the Texas Association of Literacy Education (TALE), the Specialized Literacy Professionals, and the University of the Incarnate Word. The theme for the conference was titled, “Celebrating 20 years of What’s Hot”. I’m always grateful to share my …Read More