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Author Archives: Barbara Gottschalk
Name: Barbara Gottschalk
Bio: Barbara Gottschalk is a veteran educator. She has taught English language learners from first graders to graduate students in five states in three very different parts of the United States plus Japan. Gottschalk has written many successful grants and served as a grant reviewer for TESOL, the National Education Association, and the U.S. Department of Education's Office of English Language Acquisition. She is the author of "Get Money for Your Classroom: Easy Grant Writing Ideas That Work" and "Dispelling Misconceptions About English Language Learners: Research-Based Ways to Improve Instruction."
Barbara Gottschalk's Posts
- October 21, 2021: 4 Ways Teachers of ELs Differ From Reading Teachers
- September 16, 2021: What’s Different About Teaching Second Language Reading to Adults?
- August 19, 2021: Assessing Assessments: 5 Points to Consider
- July 15, 2021: 5 Ways Phonics Is Different for English Learners
- June 17, 2021: 7 Tips for Doing Read-Alouds the Right Way
- May 20, 2021: 4 Tips for Building Background Knowledge in ELT
- March 30, 2015: Saying Good-Bye to Toronto 2015
- March 24, 2015: TESOL 2015: What Keeps a Long-Time TESOLer Coming Back