Since discovering the power of acquisition driven instruction, Bertha Delgadillo has been on a mission to become the best teacher version of herself for her students. Currently, she is an impactful high school public educator in Savannah, Georgia teaching Spanish II – AP Spanish Language and Culture. Bertha has been teaching middle & high school Spanish since 2013. As a teacher leader, Bertha enjoys sharing effective acquisition driven instructional strategies at professional regional and national conferences as well as at informal gatherings. She holds a BA in Spanish Education and an M.Ed in Adult Education and Community Leadership from Georgia Southern University.
In the spring of 2019, Bertha received one of fifteen national LifeChanger of Year Awards. Then in 2020, she was recognized as the Young Hispanic Leader of the Year by the Metropolitan Savannah Hispanic Chamber of Commerce as a result of her tenacious ability to guide students to use their language skills by serving and connecting with their local community. In addition to her devotion to all things world language teaching, she has a passion for inspiring DACA student dreamers to envision to the fullest and reach their goals against all odds as she once did.