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English language educator

Ellen Redding Kaler, American English language educator. Member National Council Teachers English, Modern Language Association, Assembly on Computers English.

Background

Kaler, Ellen Redding was born on October 25, 1952 in Burlington, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Merle Melvin and Joyce Nadine (Mathes) Redding.

Education

Bachelor, University Northern Iowa, 1974. Master of Arts, Northeast Missouri State University, 1985. Postgraduate, University Kansas, since 1987.

Career

Typesetter, Chariton (Iowa) Newspapers, 1968-1972; teacher, Dows (Iowa) Community Schools, 1974-1976; teacher, Lamoni (Iowa) High School, 1976-1979; assistant editor, Lamoni Chronicle, 1979-1981; professor staff, Graceland College, Lamoni, 1981-1987; graduate teaching assistant, U. Kansas, Lawrence, since 1987.

Views

People can get salvation through the grace of God, but also through their own actions. Part of the work of salvation has been done through the redemption of Jesus Christ. However, people have to work hard in order to attain the full quality of eternal life.

Membership

Member National Council Teachers English, Modern Language Association, Assembly on Computers English.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: poetry, reading, crocheting, collecting turtles.

Connections

Married LEster Alvin Kaler, March 18, 1979. 1 child, Arica Lynnette.

father:
Merle Melvin Redding

mother:
Joyce Nadine (Mathes) Redding

spouse:
LEster Alvin Kaler

child:
Arica Lynnette Kaler