Timothy Anderson, Master of Education in Deafness, 1985

Department of World Languages and Cultures

This August will be my 30th year teaching English at Gallaudet University to adult students mostly from other countries.  

I live in Lake Frederick, VA, which is between Front Royal and Winchester, with my wife, Nancy (alumnus of Gallaudet University).

We have two hearing grown-up sons.

I prefer to engage in outdoor activities and sports in addition to reading and doing puzzles.

Gallaudet Staff Council Representative and Committee Member

Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (T.E.S.O.L.)

National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (N.A.F.S.A.)

former tutor of basic English to adult deaf immigrants

former tutor of English to U.S. government employees

Co-wrote an article with Alex Quaynor, "Characteristics of Deaf International Students in an Intensive English Program at Gallaudet University."

Presented "Using Visual Strategies to Teach English to College-bound Deaf Students" in Prague, Czech Republic, in 1999 (also in a weekly summer program at the University of Minnesota-Duluth)

Wrote a poem that was published in 1995 in Multicultural Education magazine.


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Washington, DC 20002