CFP: "Engaging Difference: Supporting LD, ELL, First-in-Family and Other Exceptional Learners." NeMLA 2019

While "differentiation" has become a pervasive buzzword in K-12 pedagogy, in higher education it remains unclear exactly how, where, when, and whose responsibility it is to engage and support students with various learning challenges.

This roundtable discussion takes place as part of NeMLA's Pedagogy and Rhetoric and Composition areas of inquiry, and invites participants to address both the principles and the practices of differentiation within higher education, particularly within reading- and writing-intensive courses.

Participants may ask:

CFP: "Engaging Difference: Supporting LD, ELL, First-in-Family and Other Exceptional Learners." NeMLA 2019 (March 21-24), Washington D.C.

CFP: "Engaging Difference: Supporting LD, ELL, First-in-Family and Other Exceptional Learners." NeMLA 2019 (March 21-24), Washington D.C.
 
While "differentiation" has become a pervasive buzzword in K-12 pedagogy, in higher education it remains unclear exactly how, where, when, and whose responsibility it is to engage and support students with various learning challenges.
 
This roundtable discussion takes place as part of NeMLA's Pedagogy and Rhetoric and Composition ar

Just Published: Literatures of Madness

I am very pleased to announce that the edited collection Literatures of Madness: Disability Studies and Mental Health is officially available in print and electronic form. Literatures of Madness: Disability Studies and Mental Health brings together scholars working in disability studies, mad studies, feminist theory, Indigenous studies, postcolonial theory, Jewish literature, queer studies, American studies, trauma studies, and comics to create an intersectional community of scholarship in literary disability studies of mental health.

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