Georgia Teachers of English to
Speakers of Other Languages
     

Georgia TESOL is excited that our peer-reviewed journal is back 'in action.'   We have found what we believe is a great solution to taking GATESOL In Action into the 21st century!  The journal is open source and will be available to anyone who has registered under our journal website, and articles submitted will be available for scholarly research.  As we continue to improve this process, we will post updates.  Please let the Editor know if you have any questions regarding your publishing with the Journal, and let the Journal Manager know if you have issues with accessibility and using the system.

We look forward to seeing your submissions!  To reach the GATESOL In Action website, click on this link (www.georgiatesoljournal.org ) to get started!



ISSN 2331-6845

 

Editor:

Gertrude Tinker Sachs (Senior Editor)


Journal Manager:

Beth Wallace


 Reviewers:

Kristine Marie Allen
Tuba Angay-Crowder
Damaris Dooley
Cantice Greene
Jessie Hayden
Lela Horne
Rong Liu
Sarah Mantegna
Nicole Marie Pettitt
Hema Ramanathan
Audry Roberson
Aubrey Brammar Southall
Amanda Starrick
Ting Yuan

Interested in being a Reviewer, register at the website (www.georgiatesoljournal.org )
and the application form is located
 under the "Submission Guidelines" link in the task bar


Our Mission, Vision and Goals

Our Mission

To disseminate knowledge that will strengthen the teaching and learning of English as an additional language in the state of Georgia.

Our Vision

The increased professionalism of educators who teach bilingual learners and the development and improvement of life chances for all bilingual speakers in the state of Georgia.

Goals

PK-12 Education

  • Promote the professionalism of Georgia’s PK-12 ESOL educators through providing opportunities to publish their research-based and innovative practices and activities; and
  • Elevate the status of Georgia's ESOL PK-12 educators through sharing knowledge, experience and praxis.

Tertiary Sector & Community

  • Promote the relevance and application of research in GA ESOL teacher preparation and teacher professional upgrading;
  • Provide research-based publication opportunities for those studying to become ESOL /Applied Linguistics professors; and
  • Promote the development of community-based ESOL programs through the dissemination of research-based reports.

 

 Bi-annual Publication Schedule

  •       There will be Spring and Fall  Publication dates
  •       Deadlines for submission are no later than:
      • November 30th for Spring publication
      • April 30th for Fall publication

 


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