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science educator

Charles Roy Barman, American science educator. Certified secondary education teacher. Recipient Distinguished Teacher Educator award Association Colleges for Teacher Educators, 1990, Chancellor's awards, Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis.


Barman, Charles Roy was born on November 17, 1945 in Two Rivers, Wisconsin, United States. Son of Charles Phillip and Norma (Naidl) Barman.


Bachelor of Science, University Wisconsin, Oshkosh, 1968. Master of Science in Teaching, University Wisconsin, Superior, 1972. Doctor of Education, University North Colorado, 1974.


Associate professor, University of Wisconsin, Superior, 1974-1980; associate professor, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, Iowa., 1980-1982; associate professor, N.W. Missouri State University, Maryville, 1982-1983; professor, Indiana U., Indianapolis, since 1983. Consultant Indiana School for Deaf, Indianapolis, since 1984, Indiana Department Education, Indianapolis, since 1986, Franklin Watts Public Company. New York City, 1987-1990.


  • Certified secondary education teacher.


Member National Science Teachers Association (Gustav-Ohaus award 1977, Distinguished Teaching award), National Association Biology Teachers, National Association for Research in Science Teaching, Association for Education of Teachers in Science (Paper of Year 1991), Council for Elementary Science International (board directors 1987-1990, president 1993-1994), Hoosier Association Science Teachers (board directors 1988-1991).


  • Other Interests

    Avocations: jogging, tennis, drawing, golf.


Married Natalie Schofield, March 25, 1972. Children: Tania, Stephanie.

Charles Phillip Barman

Norma (Naidl) Barman

Natalie Schofield

Tania Barman

Stephanie Barman