Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages
2021 Newsletter Editor: Lou Tolosa-Casadont
Would you like to write an article for the GATESOL Newsletter?
We welcome your submissions!
Please look at the following guidelines:
Articles: Classroom ideas, field-related issues, perspectives and commentary on trends and technology use, and GATESOL grant-related. Length 700-1000 words.
Teaching Tips: Short teaching tips or lesson ideas. Length: up to 500 words
Book and Resource Reviews: Reviews of textbooks, professional development books, websites and other resources. Include a description, your critique and how this applies to teaching. Length: 300-500 words
News from GATESOL Members: Short announcements of professional achievements of GATESOL members (for example, awards, and publications in peer-reviewed journals) Length: up to 75 words
**NEW**Excellence in Education: Do you know a member who deserves to be recognized for their work with ELs? We want to celebrate their their advocacy efforts, teaching ability and/or dedication to the TESOL field. Their hard work should be recognized. Submit a profile detailing their accomplishments for the chance to be one of our featured educators. Length: 100-150 words and photo.
You will be notified once your submission is received. The Editor reserves the right to modify any material selected for publication to fit the available space, or to improve on clarity and style. Authors will be consulted prior to publication if changes are significant and may be given a chance to revise their articles if substantial changes or refocusing are required. Authors will not be able to make changes to their articles after submission. In addition, articles may also be held for future issues.
Newsletter Editor: Dr. Lou Tolosa-Casadont
Dr. Lou Tolosa-Casadont is a TESOL & World Language Education Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Language & Literacy Education at the University of Georgia. She teaches courses ranging from teaching methods to curriculum design courses. She works closely with TESOL and World Language Education in-service and pre-service teachers in the teacher preparation program in her department as well as other master's and doctoral students. Dr. Tolosa-Casadont enjoys mentoring inservice and pre-service teachers, collaborating with TESOL and World Language Educators, and facilitating professional development events, presenting at conferences, and serving the TESOL, TFL, and World Language communities in the U.S. and abroad.