Kositsky wins Woollatt award

Nina Kositsky, a doctoral candidate in the language, literacy and culture concentration, received the Lome H. Woollatt Distinguished Paper Award at the 2012 Northeast Educational Research Association’s (NERA) annual conference for "Teachers, technology, and digital natives: Building a reading culture in a secondary school." Her paper considers attributes of a pedagogical framework for promoting an interest in reading along with the development of 21st century literacy skills among high school students. She has been invited to present her paper at the 2013 NERA conference in October.

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