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Stenhouse Authors at NCTE 2021

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Stenhouse is proud to sponsor the 2021 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, November 18–21. We hope you’ll visit our virtual booth and attend Stenhouse author sessions!

LIVE and PRERECORDED Sessions

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18

3:00–4:15 p.m. EST

LIVE Session B-4 'Now Is the Time’: Developing Pedagogies for Antiracist Teaching and Learning
Featuring Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

LIVE Session B-13 Commitment Issues: Moving beyond Antiracism as Educational Fad toward Antiracism as a Lifelong Commitment
Featuring Stephanie Harvey (coauthor of Strategies That Work, third edition)

6:00–7:15 p.m. EST

LIVE Session C-1 Equity in Action: The Power of Reader’s Choice and Identity
Featuring John Schu (author of The Gift of Story, forthcoming Spring 2022)

LIVE Session C-2 Taking Interpretive Risks: Creating Antiracist Classrooms through Critical Literary Theory
Featuring Jennifer Fletcher (author of Writing Rhetorically, Teaching Literature Rhetorically, and Teaching Arguments)

LIVE Session C-4 Cultivating New Voices (CNV) Roundtables: Equity and Justice in Practice and Research
Featuring Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19

11:45a.m.–1:00 p.m. EST

LIVE Session D-3 Forming “Beloved Community” in the Face of Insurrection
Featuring Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

2:45–4:00 p.m. ET

LIVE Session F-12 Moving Preservice and Practicing Teachers toward Equity, Justice, and Antiracist Teaching through Digital Literacies
Featuring Sara Kajder (author of Bringing the Outside In) and Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

4:15–5:30 p.m. ET

LIVE Session G-2 Poetry for Justice and Power: How Language and Freedom Are Intertwined
Featuring Kelly Gallagher (author Write Like This and Readicide) and Georgia Heard (coauthor of A Place for Wonder)

5:45–7:00 p.m. ET

H-6 Liberatory Literacy Practices: Broadening Notions of Reading and Composing
Featuring Jennifer Fletcher (author of Writing Rhetorically, Teaching Literature Rhetorically, and Teaching Arguments)

LIVE Session H-9 Creating Equity Activists in Our Schools and Communities: What Young People and Teachers Can Teach Us about Interruption Practices
Featuring Tonya B. Perry, Katy Smith, and Steven Zemelman (authors of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20

9:30–10:45 a.m. EST

I-6 Podcasts, TikToks, and Memes, Oh My! Expanding Communication and Expression beyond Alphabetic Text for More Inclusive Learning Experiences
Featuring Shawna Coppola (author of Writing, Redefined and Renew!)

LIVE Session I-10 Standing Up with Critical Self-Reflection: Reframing Writing Workshops in Pursuit of Diverse, Inclusive, Antiracist Teaching
Featuring Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

12:30–1:45 p.m. EST

LIVE Session J-2 Designing Antiracist ELA Pedagogy through and beyond Pandemic: Extending Lessons Learned from NCTE Gatherings
Featuring Tonya B. Perry (coauthor of Teaching for Racial Equity, forthcoming Spring 2022)

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21

9:00–10:15 a.m. EST

N-7 Unlocking Layers of Justice and Equity through Children's Books
Featuring JoEllen McCarthy (author of Layers of Learning)

1:30–2:45 p.m. EST

P-9 Using Texts to Center Equity and Create Classrooms Where Literacy Learning and Social Justice Coexist
Featuring Clare Landrigan (coauthor of Assessment in Perspective) and Franki Sibberson (coauthor of Still Learning to Read, second edition and Beyond Leveled Books, second edition)

3:00–4:15 p.m. EST

LIVE Session Q-6 Collectively Examining Digital Literacies Teaching and Research: A Practitioner-Driven Approach
Featuring Cathy Fraser (author of Love the Questions) and Shawna Coppola (author of Writing, Redefined and Renew!)

LIVE Session Q-9 Poetry for Equitable, Humanizing, Participatory Practice
Featuring Georgia Heard (coauthor of A Place for Wonder)

ON DEMAND Sessions

(Viewable within the conference platform by all registrants from November 18, 2021 until February 15, 2022.)

OD-71 Decentering Whiteness in Elementary School: Redesigning Spaces, Curriculum, and Interactions to Center Students’ Voices
Featuring Sara Kugler (author of Better Book Clubs, forthcoming Spring 2022)

OD-99 Embracing Our Students Lived Experiences: Using Books as Entry Points for Conversations about Race and Identity in Elementary and Middle Grade Classrooms
Featuring Christina Nosek (coauthor of To Know and Nurture a Reader)

OD-166 Making an Impact that Focuses on Essentials for Equity, Justice, and Antiracist Teaching
Featuring Franki Sibberson (coauthor of Still Learning to Read, second edition and Beyond Leveled Books, second edition)

OD-186 Nonfiction Writers Dig Deep: Promoting Equity, Justice, and Antiracism through Informational Writing
Featuring Melissa Stewart (coauthor of 5 Kinds of Nonfiction)

OD-290 Using Life Stories for Justice, Equity, and Antiracist Teaching: The Biography Clearinghouse
Featuring Mary Ann Cappiello and Erika Thulin Dawes (coauthors of Text Sets in Action)