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English educator

Louis Willard McCauley, American English educator. Certified University Stuttgart, 1973, teacher Maryland, Colorado, Florida. Member of Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Teachers English Speakers Other Languages, Linguistic Society America.

Background

McCauley, Louis Willard was born on October 20, 1951 in Arlington, Virginia, United States. Son of Louis Willard and Tessie Ann (Strunk) McCauley.

Education

Bachelor, George Mason University, 1974. Master of Arts, George Mason University, 1978.

Career

Teacher, department chairman The German School, Potomac, Maryland, 1975—1981. Instructor English as Second Language The Spring Institute, Denver, 1981—1982, University Colorado, Boulder, 1982—1983. Researcher University Miami, 1983—1984.

Test item writer Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, since 1983. Head instructor Education First Language College, Miami, 1984—1985. Teacher English as Second Language Dade County Public Schools, Florida, 1985—1986.

Teacher The German School, Potomac, since 1986.

Achievements

  • Certified University Stuttgart, 1973, teacher Maryland, Colorado, Florida.

Membership

Member of Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Teachers English Speakers Other Languages, Linguistic Society America.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Chess, tennis, languages.

Connections

Married Susan Kay Geuder, August 12, 1978 (divorced 1983).

father:
Louis Willard McCauley

mother:
Tessie Ann (Strunk) McCauley

spouse:
Susan Kay Geuder