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Andrew Goodwyn is Head of the Institute of Education, University of Reading, UK. Louann Reid is Professor of English at Colorado State University, USA. Cal Durrant is Associate Professor in English Curriculum and Literacy, and Director of the Literacy Research Hub at ACU in Sydney, Australia.
Introduction: English - Looking Ahead Section 1 - Literacies and Literatures: Creative Possibilities 2. What does it mean to know in English 3. Opportunities or constraints? Where is the space for culturally responsive poetry teaching within high stakes testing regimes at 16+ in Aotearoa New Zealand and England? 4. Teachers Researching Literacy Lives 5. Student, Reader, Critic, Teacher: Issues and Identities in Post-16 English Literature 6. Machines to think with? E-books, Kindles and English teachers, the much prophesied death of the book revisited 7. The online identities and discourses of teenagers who blog about books 8. Rewriting the Canon: Literature Curricula Text Lists 9. Teaching reading in a digital age: Towards an understanding of pedagogic practice Section 2 - English Teachers @ Work: Tensions, Pressures, Opportunities 10. The Past: A 'foreign country' worth visiting? 11. Developing Student Independence in English 12. Language as Putty; Framing a Relationship between Grammar and Writing 13. English Teachers, Low SES Students and Intellectual Challenge: Cases from Australia 14. Is it Endgame for Teacher Preparation in U.S. Universities? Section 3 - New Technologies, New Practices 15. English Educators as Change Agents: How to Do Change Differently in a Complex World 16. The North American Teacher Research Movement: The National Writing Project and the Scholarship of Teaching Practice 17. The Origins and Ominous Future of the US Common Core Standards in English Language Arts 18. Multiliteracies: An "App" for the Literacy Boomerang 19. With Rest...and Time...and a Little Hope: Moving into Virtual Worlds Through Multi-Modal Literacy Forms 20. You Are What You Read: Text Selection and Cultural Capital in the (Globalising) English Classroom 21. Web of deceit: Is the internet making your students dumb? 22. Implementation of Digital Technologies: Creating New Conversations with Students 23. The (Designed) Influence of Culture on Eportfolio Practice