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Three literacy education doctoral students present papers at conference

Three doctoral students from literacy education (in the department of Curriculum and Instruction) presented papers at the Assembly for Research of the National Council of Teachers of English. Candance Doerr-Stevens presented "Forging Space for New Identities and Literacy Practices through Digital Media Consumption of Radio Documentaries"; Heidi Jones presented "Oscillating Identities: Utlizing and Online Role Play in a Writing Methods Course"; and Rachel Tholen Hatten presented 21st Century Skills, the Push for Blended Classrooms, and the View from the Trenches." A total of eight literacy education students attended the conference.

Rachel Tholen HattenHeidi JonesCandance Doerr-Stevens

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