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NICOLE GALANTE

Nicole Galante

Lecturer, Ph.D., Associate Director, English Education Program
Critical pedagogy; digital media; composition and rhetoric; Postmodern American literature
Also affiliated with the School of Professional Development
Humanities 2084
Nicole.Galante@stonybrook.edu | 631-632-7303
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  • Biography

    Biography

    Nicole Galante, a full time lecturer, teaches methods, adolescent literature, and student teaching seminar courses in the Professional Education Program and non-western literature courses in the English Department. She is currently the Associate Director of the English Teacher Education Program, and has recently completed a dissertation on preservice English teacher education, critical pedagogy, new media, and democracy through language. She consults in New York City schools in all five boroughs, training and mentoring teachers and administrators, and building connections between pre- and in-service teachers. From 2008-2013, she worked as an Associate Editor of English Journal, published by the National Council of Teachers of English for secondary English teachers, and before that was a classroom English teacher for seven years on Long Island. She has had scholarship published by the National Council of Teachers of English as well as the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education. She holds New York State Permanent Certification in English, grades 7-12, and remains active in education networks by presenting at local and national conferences about educational research, theory and best practices-including the annual conventions of the National Council of Teachers of English and the Conference on College Composition and Communication--as well as internationally, having presented on (American) secondary education at international conferences as well.

  • Publications

    PUBLICATIONS

    Galante, Nicole. “Speaking My Mind: It’s (Still) the Students, Stupid!”       English Journal    102.6 (July, 2013). Print.

    Lindblom, Ken, Nicole Galante, Sara Grabow and Brittany Wilson. “Composing    Infographics to Synthesize Informational & Literary Texts.”       English Journal    (forthcoming, July, 2016). Print.

    Galante, Nicole. "Teaching Generation M: Web 2.0 Tools in (and out of) the Classroom." In       Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Educuation International Conference 2011   . Chesapeake, VA: AACE, 2011. Print.

  • Presentations

    PRESENTATIONS

    “Teaching and Learning in Fourth Space.” 
    International Federation for the Teaching of English/Conference on English Education Summer   Conference,       New York, New York, July 2015

    “Innovating in Fourth Space: Reflective, Communal Teaching and Learning.” 
    Conference on College Composition and Communication   , Tampa, Florida, March 2015

    “The Influence of Anxiety” in “Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development” 
    Conference on College Composition and Communication   , Tampa, Florida, March 2015

    “The Influence of Anxiety” in “Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development Across the Disciplines” 
    Integrated Disciplinary Education for Academic Scholarship Conference   , Garden City, New York, November, 2014.

    “The Influence of Anxiety” in “Sing, Act, Engage: A Workshop on Performance, Pedagogy, and Professional Development” 
    Conference on College Composition and Communication   , Indianapolis, Indiana March 2014

    “Using Infographics to Engage Students in Critical Reading and Writing of Informational Texts.” 
    Long Island Language Arts Council   . Melville, NY. March 2014. Presentation included 2 teacher candidates at Stony Brook University.

    “Democracy in the Age of College- and Career- Readiness: Dusting off the English Coalition Conference After 25 Years”  
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention   , Boston, Massachusetts, November 2013

    Poetry Workshop Facilitator 
    Ethnic Pen Conference   , Bay Shore, New York, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

    “High School Matters: Write for       EJ   .” 
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention   , Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2012

    “Affect and Public Art: Creating a Critical Pedagogy of the Holocaust” 
    Worth a Thousand Words: At the Intersections of Literature and the Visual Arts, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, October 2012

    “High School Matters: Write for EJ.” 
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada, November 2012

    “(Re)Composing the Continuum: Writing Gateways to Democratic Publics” 
    Conference on College Composition and Communication, St. Louis, Missouri, March 2012

    “High School Matters: Write for EJ”

    “Meet the Editors: English Journal”  
    Roundtable National Council of Teachers of English, Annual Convention, Chicago, Illinois, November, 2011

    “Locating Power in The Wire: Same S*** Different Discourse” 
    Conference on College Composition and Communication, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2011

    “Teaching Generation M: Web 2.0 Tools in (and out of) the Classroom” 
    Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference, Nashville, Tenenssee, March, 2011

    “Building Online Communities of Teachers and Learners” 
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, Orlando, Florida, November, 2010

    “Teaching Trauma: Building an Affective Community in Response to the Holocaust” 
    International Conference: Exploring the Edge of Trauma, Kingston University, London, England, May 2010

    “Growing and Learning Online: Multimodal Technologies in the Humanities Classroom” 
    New York State Computers and Technology in Education, Hudson Valley Conference, Rye, New York, March, 2010

    “All Night in a Day” 
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas November, 2008

    “All Night in a Day” 
    National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention, New York, New York, November, 2007

    “All Night in a Day” 
    New York State English Council Annual Conference, Albany, New York, October, 2006

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