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English educator

Esther Janette Winter, Papua New Guinean English educator. Licensed teacher, Nebraska.


Winter, Esther Janette was born on February 20, 1951 in Madang, Papua New Guinea. Came to the United States, 1986. Daughter of Louis Johannes Peter and Theora Rosalyn (Drewes) Winter.


Bachelor, Hastings (Nebraska) College, 1973. Master of Arts, University Wyoming, 1988. Master of Arts Teaching English as Second Language, Central Missouri State University, 1993.


Teacher English, Asaroka High School, Goroka, Papua New Guinea, 1974-1975;volunteer director, Good Samaritan Village, Hastings, 1976-1977;teacher English, Bumayng High School, Lae, Papua New Guinea, 1978-1982;teacher English, Siassi (Papua New Guinea) High School, 1983-1984;textbook writer, editor, Kristen Pres Inc., Madang, 1985-1986;instructor English, U. Wyoming, Laramie, 1988-1989;instructor English, N.W. Missouri State University, Maryville, since 1989. Research assistant English department U. Wyoming, Laramie, 1987-1988. Editor Craddock Public, Laramie, 1988-1989.

Tutor Adult Basic Education, Maryville, 1990-1992.


  • Licensed teacher, Nebraska.


Member American Association of University Women (secretary 1991-1993), National Council Teachers English, Conference on College Composition and Commm., Teachers English to Speakers of Other Languages, American Popular Culture Association, Association for Advancement of Core Curriculum, Midwest Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (secretary 1991-1993), Optimists International (executive board 1990-1993).


Louis Johannes Peter Winter

Theora Rosalyn (Drewes) Winter