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Secondary school educator

Pamela Barnard Childers, American secondary school educator. Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English (National Council For Teacher Education), National Women's Army Corps Network Consultant, International Writing Centers Association (executive board).

Background

Childers, Pamela Barnard was born on October 11, 1943 in Mount Holly, New Jersey, United States. Daughter of George W. and Audrey (Clerihue) Barnard.

Education

Bachelor, Radford College, Radford, 1965. Master of Science, Radford University, Radford, 1975. Master of Arts, Northeastern University, Boston, 1988.

Doctor of Education, Nova Southeastern University, 1995.

Career

Poetry teacher/consultant Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, Morristown, New Jersey, since 1986. College teacher Woodrow Wilson National'l Fellowship Foundation, Princeton, 1987-1988. Caldwell chair composition The McCallie School, Chattanooga, since 1991.

English teacher Red Bank Regional High School, Little Silver, New Jersey, 1966-1991, McCallie School, Chattanooga, since 1991. Editor The Grapevine, Northeastern University Writing Newsletter, Boston, 1986-1990. Member editorial board The Writing Center Journal, since 1987, Computers and Composition, 1986-2005.

Treasurer Assembly of Computers in English. Instructor Lesley University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, since 2003. Member executive board International Writing Centers (IWCA), since 1986.

Membership

Member Modern Language Association, National Council Teachers English (National Council For Teacher Education), National Women's Army Corps Network Consultant, International Writing Centers Association (executive board).

Connections

Married Malcolm G. Childers, 1993.

father:
George W. Barnard

mother:
Audrey (Clerihue) Barnard

spouse:
Malcolm G. Childers