Teachers As Avatars: English Studies In The Digital Age
This text acknowledges the dynamic nature of teacher identity and its correlation to student learning. In this boundry-crossing collection, teachers of rhetoric and composition, literature, professional and creative writing, and English Eduction describe their successes and successful failures with digitally mediated pedagogy. Grounded in theory-based practices, this volume is a useful collection to practitioners across the range of English studies and beyond.
Laura Davis and Linda Stewart (Eds.), Teachers as Avatars: English Studies in the Digital Age (New York: Hampton Press, 2011).