Jeremy Hyler & Troy Hicks
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Today’s Gathering has pre-recorded sessions (to allow greater flexibility for presenters and tech hosts during the pandemic).
- Keep your eye on the time! You will see the session from the start, not live in progress… don’t miss the next one!
- Tweet with #TheEdCollabGathering. Presenters looking forward to connecting!
[su_divider divider_color=”#ffb121″] [su_row]Jeremy Hyler is a middle school English and science teacher at Fulton Middle School in Middleton, Michigan. He is a teacher consultant/leader for the Chippewa River Writing Project, a Community Ambassador for NCTE, and a Medial Literacy Innovator for KQED. Jeremy has co-authored the best-selling book Create, Compose, Connect! Reading, Writing, and Learning with Digital Tools (Routledge/Eye on Education, 2014) with Dr. Troy Hicks, along with From Texting to Teaching: Grammar Instruction in a Digital Age (2017), and Ask, Explore, Write. Jeremy blogs at MiddleWeb. Follow him on Twitter @jeremybballer. [/su_row][su_row]Troy Hicks is a member of The Educator Collaborative network. Read his full bio here or request his support for consulting or speaking engagements.
Troy is a professor of English and education at Central Michigan University and focuses his work on the teaching of writing, the intersections of literacy and technology, and, more broadly, teacher education and professional development. A former middle school teacher, he collaborates with K–12 colleagues and explores how they implement new literacies in their classrooms. Troy is author of Crafting Digital Writing (2013) and The Digital Writing Workshop (2009) as well as a co-author of Because Digital Writing Matters (Jossey-Bass, 2010), Create, Compose, Connect! (Routledge/Eye on Education, 2014), Connected Reading (NCTE, 2015), Research Writing Rewired (Corwin Literacy, 2015), Coaching Teacher-Writers (Teachers College Press, 2016), Argument in the Real World (Heinemann, 2017), and From Texting to Teaching (Routledge/Eye on Education, 2017). His edited collection, Assessing Students’ Digital Writing (Teachers College Press, 2015) features the work of seven National Writing Project teachers. Follow him on Twitter @hickstro.[/su_row] [su_divider top=”no” divider_color=”#f8b556″]
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