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educator , historian , consultant , language educator

Mark Werner Stephens, American historian, educator, language educator, consultant. Certified level II teacher Pennsylvania. Kast fellow, Germantown Academy. Deacon 1st Presbyterian Church, Ambler, Pennsylvania, 1993—1995; Member of National Council for History Education, National Council for Social Studies (instructor committee since 2004).

Background

Stephens, Mark Werner was born on February 25, 1952 in Mount Kisco, New York, United States.

Education

Bachelor iin Anthropology, Franklin and Marshall College, 1974. Master of Education, University Central Oklahoma, 1984.

Career

Teacher Casady School, Oklahoma City, 1976—1984. Master teacher Germantown Academy, Fort Washington, Pennsylvania, since 1984. Member executive instrument development panel Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey, 1992—1994.

Schoff English chair Germantown Academy, 1999—2002. Instruction committee National Council for Social Studies, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Certified level II teacher Pennsylvania.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Civil War: One Country or Two, Exploration and Discovery: But Where are the Spices, Philadelphia Greene Countie Towne, Colonial America: A Time for Decision, Pennsylvania: The Birth of our State, (textbook) Playing the Numbers.

Membership

Deacon 1st Presbyterian Church, Ambler, Pennsylvania, 1993—1995. Member of National Council for History Education, National Council for Social Studies (instructor committee since 2004).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Golf, professional storytelling, travel, writing.

Connections

Married Janet N. Stephens, July 13, 1974. Children: Laura Noelle Watson, Melinda Nicole.

spouse:
Janet N. Stephens

children:
Laura Noelle Watson Stephens

Melinda Nicole Stephens