Excellence in the Teaching of English and Language Arts
Last fall we hit the refresh button and learned how to implement strategies to ensure justice and equity for ALL of our students. If you missed the conference, no worries! Click on the links below to watch the breakout sessions and the phenomenal keynote workshop by Lorena Germán, founder of #DisruptTexts and chair of NCTE’s Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English.
Lorena Germán is a Dominican American educator working with middle and high school students in Austin, Texas. Her Master’s degree is from Middlebury College’s Bread Loaf School of English. Lorena has been published by NCTE, ASCD, Heinemann, National Writing Project, EdWeek, and featured in The New York Times, Embracing Equity, and others. Most recently, she co-edited the anthology, Speaking for Ourselves and self-published The Anti Racist Teacher: Reading Instruction Workbook. She’s proudly a two-time nationally awarded teacher. Lorena is Co-Founder of the Multicultural Classroom, as well as Co-Founder of #DisruptTexts, and also Chair of NCTE’s Committee Against Racism and Bias in the Teaching of English.