Sharon Alayne Widmayer, Ph.D.
Sharon has been in education since 1992. She has taught ESOL both in the US and abroad. She has an MAT in TESOL, a Ph.D. in Education, and is also licensed to teach reading. She is currently interested in ESOL and literacy, especially using technology to promote literacy, the interaction of phonetics and pronunciation with literacy, and helping students with interrupted formal education.
Want to know more about reading? Check out Literacy for All, which Sharon also worked on.
Holly has been teaching ESL since 1995. She has an MA in applied linguistics, and while she loves all aspects of teaching English to non-native speakers, her passions are pronunciation and grammar. She has long been interested in the use of technology for ESL and has designed and taught online ESL/EFL courses for various colleges and universities. Holly is an associate professor of ESL at Prince George's Community College.
This website is a collaboration between Sharon Widmayer, Ph.D, and Holly Gray. We have both been ESL teachers and curriculum developers for over 20 years.