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Education coordinator , educator

Chris Muriel Templar, British, American education coordinator, educator.

Background

Templar, Chris Muriel was born on June 26, 1944 in Bristol, England. Son of A. George and Phyllis I. (Webley) Templar.

Education

Bachelor's Degree with honors, London U., 1963-1966; ALBC with honors, London Bible College, 1963-1967; Master of Arts magna cum laude, Trinity Evangelical Division School, 1974; Doctor of Education, Southern Baptist Tehol. Sem, 1974-1979.

Career

High school teacher, Center Foundation School for Girls, London, 1967; high school teacher, reilgious education department head, Caldicott Village College, 1967-1968; teacher, C.A.L. Elementary School, Louisville, Kentucky, 1976-1978; educator, S.T.T. Tjipanas (Indonesia), 1970-1974; instruction educator, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1978-1979; assistant professor education, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1979-1981; associate professor, chairman teacher education, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1981-1984; professor, coordinator teacher education, director computer learning center, Johnson Bible College, Knoxville, Tennessee, since 1984. Visiting professor Springdale College, Birmingham, England, 1992. Instructor Shengli Petroleum Ednl.

Administration, China, 1994. Consultant China Primary English Project, 1994, Knox County Schools, Knoxville, 1983, 91-92, Department Education, Tennessee, since 1983, Tandy/Radio Shack Corporation, Fort Worth, since 1984, Diamond Computer Sys., Palo Alto, California, 1985-1990, Tate School Discovery, Knoxville, 1984-1986, Phi Beta Pi Elementary School, Gatlinburg, Tennessee, 1984-1986, KansaiChristian School, Kyoto, Japan, 1987, Hong Kong, 1987. Board directors East Tennessee Special Technology Access Center, East Tennessee Telecom.

Project for Elementary and Middle School Students.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Speaker in field at numerous conferences, workshops and seminars. Responsible for in-service sessions for teachers and curriculum development. Author (with others): Educator's Forum: A Commentary on Computers and Education, Eletronic Learning, 1986, Trackstar Users Manual for Tandy 1000, User Review of the Trackstar Board.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Cont. education committee, youth group leader, Sun. school teacher, children's church leader Louisville Christian Church, since 1987. Christian education director Clifton Heights Christian Church, 1975-1978. Active Seymour Heights Christian Church, since 1978.

Member Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, Adult Education Association, Association for Educational Data Systems, Association for Gifted Education, Association for Teacher Education, International Council for Computers in Education, Mensa.

Connections

father:
A. George Templar

mother:
Phyllis I. (Webley) Templar