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English as second language educator

Maureen P. Goldsmith, American English as second language educator. Certified in elementary education, special education, Maryland. Union American Hebrew Congregations fellow, 1970.

Background

Goldsmith, Maureen P. was born on February 28, 1931 in Washington, District of Columbia, United States. Daughter of William and Sarah (Morris) Pomerantz.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, University Maryland, 1966. Master of Arts in Education and Human Development, George Washington University, 1979.

Career

Teacher elementary grades District of Columbia Public Schools, Washington, 1965-1980. Private practice consultant Educaid, Silver Spring, Maryland, 1981-1998. Instructor reading and writing Prince Georges Community College, Largo, 1976-1992.

Learning disability specialist Fairfax (Virginia) Public Schools, 1989-1990. Adjunct professor English as Second Language and English, Montgomery College, Rockville, Maryland, from 1980. Consultant English and English as Second Language, Educaid, from 1981.

Achievements

  • Certified in elementary education, special education, Maryland.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor chapter to book.

Membership

Member advisory board Maryland State Senator Ida Mae Garrott, 1978-1988. Radio reader Washington Ear, 1981-1986. Board directors Jewish Foundation for Group Homes, 1997-1998.

Member education staff Temple Sinai, since 1963. Member Teachers English to Speakers Other Languages.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Gourmet cooking, choir, literary group, writing.

Connections

Married Harold S. Goldsmith, December 10, 1950 (divorced 1965). Chldren: Andy R., Adam D.

father:
William Pomerantz

mother:
Sarah (Morris) Pomerantz

spouse:
Harold S. Goldsmith