NCTEAR 2013 Conference
Welcome to the web site for the 2013 NCTEAR Conference. The conference will be held at Ohio State University on February 15, 16 and 17, 2013.
The 2013 NCTEAR Conference provides an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in issues of literacy, language, literature, and education. For details about the Program please click on the Program page.
This year the conference has a new feature – Keynote Conversation Circles .
- Keynote Conversation Circles. A small group of invited scholars engage in a conversation about a key issue in the field of language and literacy studies. We will have the opportunity to listen to them engage in this conversation and then join the conversation through questions and comments. At NCTEAR 2013 we will have four Keynote Conversation Circles:
- New Directions for Theorizing and Researching Hip Hop Literacy/ies
- New Directions for Theorizing and Researching Literacy/ies in Early Childhood
- New Directions for Theorizing and Researching Literacy/ies and the Arts
- New Directions for Theorizing and Researching Literacy/ies and Community
- Symposia. You are welcome to propose a symposium on a coherent topic, consisting of a maximum of 3 presenters (please see the Call for Proposals for details).
- Individual Paper Presentations. You are welcome to propose a paper presenting scholarship on a topic related to any aspect of language, literacy, and literature education (please see the Call for Proposals for details).
- Work-In-Progress Sessions. This is an opportunity to share research-in-progress at a “roundtable” and receive feedback from colleagues (please see the Call for Proposals for details).
- Alternative Session Formats. You are welcome to propose a session that has an alternative format. We are looking forward to receiving your ideas and proposals (please see the Call for Proposals for details).
The 2013 NCTEAR Mid-Winter Conference is sponsored by the NCTE Assembly for Research, the School of Teaching and Learning of the College of Education and Human Ecology at The Ohio State University, the Center for Video Ethnography and Discourse Analysis at The Ohio State University, and The Department of Arts Administration, Education and Policy.
To learn more about NCTEAR, please click here.