Teaching Challenging Texts is a brand new, 10-Part video series featuring Jocelyn Chadwick, Ph.D., past president of NCTE and noted scholar.
This multi-part video series is a FREE resource that provides support for teachers when it comes to teaching challenging texts, talking about tough or controversial topics, and connecting literature to students’ lives to make it relevant.
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“What makes texts challenging or sensitive has totally flipped because
of where students are. They’re in a totally different space and place.”
ABOUT JOCELYN CHADWICK
Dr. Chadwick, past president of NCTE and lecturer at Harvard Graduate School of Education, is the author of the new Teaching Challenging Texts 10-part video series. She is a life-long English Teacher and an international scholar.
Dr. Chadwick collaborates with students and teachers around the country focusing on literature, writing, and curriculum development. Her areas of expertise include integrated curriculum design, innovative reading and writing instructional pathways, relevant texts, challenging literature, classical and modern rhetoric, and blended canonical, modern literature with humanities.
She has worked with Ken Burns, PBS, WNET, WGBH, and BBC Radio and was invited to the White House as a panel member for the series, Celebrating America’s Authors. Dr. Chadwick is also an expert consultant for NBC News Learn and past president of the National Council of Teachers of English.
Current projects include PBS American Masters, PBS The Great American Read, a new book series for the Folger Shakespeare Library, recurring blogs for Larry Ferlazzo in Education Week, and as a consultant for the Center for Mark Twain Studies.
You can follow her at Jocelyn Chadwick.blog