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Literature educator

Stanley F. Steiner, American literature educator. Chair literacy department; Member of National Council For Teacher Education, American Library. Association, International Reading Association.

Background

Steiner, Stanley F. was born on July 18, 1952 in Richardton, North Dakota, United States. Son of John F. and Anna Maria (Greff) Steiner.

Education

Associate of Arts, Bismarck State College, 1972. Bachelor, University Mary, Bismarck, 1974. Master of Science, Northern State University, Aberdeen, South Dakota, 1976.

Doctor of Philosophy, University Wyoming, 1992.

Career

Teacher, assistant principal Bismarck Public Schools, North Dakota, 1974—1978, Teton County School District, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1978—1989. Professor Boise State University, since 1992.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Promoting A Global Community, Through Children's Literature, 2001, Building Bridges: Books Bring Us Together, 2002, P is for Potato: An Idaho Alphabet Book, 2005. Editor: Frierian Pedagogy: Praxis, and Possibilities, 2000.

Membership

Chair literacy department. Member of National Council For Teacher Education, American Library. Association, International Reading Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Woodworking, hiking, cooking, literature.

Connections

Married Katherine Radloff, July 20, 1973 (divorced May 1978). 1 child Benjamin Matthew. Married Joy Lynn Berryman, March 31, 1983.

Children: Lea Christine, Avi John.

father:
John F. Steiner

mother:
Anna Maria (Greff) Steiner

spouses:
Katherine Radloff

Joy Lynn Berryman

children:
Benjamin Matthew Steiner

Lea Christine Steiner

Avi John Steiner