Elizabeth Birr Moje, USA
Adolescent learners; the intersection between the literacies youth learn in the disciplines and the literacies they experience outside school.
Cris Tovani, USA
Author of I Read but I Don't Get it, Do I Really Have to Teach Reading? and So, What do They Really Know?
Adam Lefstein, Israel
Fostering collaboration and dialogue in classrooms and professional practice. Author of Better than Best Practice: Developing Teaching and Learning through Dialogue.
Troy Hicks, USA
New pedagogies for teaching and learning in the English classroom. Author of Crafting Digital Writing, Connected Reading and Create Compose Connect!
Linda Hoyt, USA
Strategies to engage students in reading and writing nonfiction. Author of many books including Revisit, Reflect, Retell, Make it Real, and Explorations in Nonfiction Writing.
Steven L Layne, USA
Fostering a love of reading, engaging reluctant readers and developing lifelong readers. Author of Igniting a Passion for Reading and In Defense of Read-Aloud.
Beryl Exley, QLD
Interfaces wth muti-modal texts, engaging pedagogies that connect to students' lived realities. Co-author of Playing with Grammar in the Early Years and Exploring with Grammar in the Primary Years.
Wayne Sawyer, NSW
Teaching Subject English
English curriculum, curriculum history and pedagogy in low SES schools. Author of many titles, including Language and creativity in contemporary classrooms (with Brenton Doecke and Graham Parr).
Peter Freebody, NSW
Teacher education and professional learning, classroom interaction, educational disadvantage and research methodology.
Noella Mackenzie, NSW
The teaching and learning of writing; the relationship between success with early writing and on-going literacy development.
Lisa Kervin, NSW
Young children interacting with digital technology. Co-author of Playing with Grammar in the Early Years and Exploring with Grammar in the Primary Years.