NYS TESOL Member of the Month for January 2016

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  1. Eligibility – Nominee is a current NYS TESOL Member.
  2. Selection Criteria – Nominee demonstrates a commitment to the field.
  3. Rewards – In addition to 12 months of recognition on our website, each year the 12 Members of the Month will be entered into a Raffle for a complimentary registration to the NYS TESOL Annual Conference.
  4. Process – Click the link below and tell us about your nominee’s contributions to the field and/or our community of educators and students.  A NYS TESOL committee will review the entries and select the monthly winner.

Meet the NYS TESOL Member of the Month for January 2016
Gretchen Oliver


Gretchen Oliver is the Coordinator of the Multimodal Observation Protocol (MOP) Project through the University at Albany's Department of Educational Theory and Practice. She facilitates professional development activities for NYS high school Math, Science, and ENL teachers as they design and implement strategies to meet the unique needs of English language learners in both sheltered and mainstream content-area classes. Additionally, she works with pre-service TESOL teachers as a Lecturer in ETAP, teaching TESOL methods courses. She is thankful for the NYS TESOL community, and the way it has connected her to so many wonderful TESOL professionals around the state.

 

Click here to check out our wonderful annual awards and nominate a colleague this year !

Celebrating Our Past Members of the Month

Christine Pearsall, elementary ESL teacher,  Patchogue-Medford School district, January 2015motmfeb2015 Alison Stritzl Scott Freiberger MOTM-May 2015 summer2015 Daniel H. Oct 2015