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writer , elementary school educator

Victoria Jane Chandler, American elementary school educator, writer. Certified teacher, Pennsylvania. Active Church Sun. school Berachah, Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, 1982-1990. Active Church Sunday School Calvary Chapel, Feasterville, Pennsylvania, since 1992.

Background

Chandler, Victoria Jane was born on October 27, 1954 in Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Roland Jay and Elisabeth Ann (Renton) Turner.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Kutztown State University, 1976;postgraduate, Loyola College, Towson, Maryland., 1977, 79;Master of Education, Beaver College, Glenside, Pennsylvania, 1991.

Career

Teacher special education Maryland School for Blind, Baltimore, 1976-1980. Teacher 2nd grade Lehigh Christian Academy, Philadelphia, 1986-1991. Teacher vision support Montgomery County Indiana University #23, Norristown, 1991-1992.

Teacher instructional support team School District of Springfield Township/Montgomery County, Oreland, 1992-1994. Special education teacher Council Rock School District, 1994-1995. Director instruction, elementary principal Calvary Christian Academy, Philadelphia, 1995—2000, teacher 2d grade, since 2001.

Assistant director Mustard Seed Farm Camp for Handicapped, Spring City, Pennsylvania, 1980-1985. Speaker in field.

Achievements

  • Certified teacher, Pennsylvania.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Journey From Insanity to Sanity--A Mother's Journey With Her Son, 2000, Master of Science, Living With Hope and Strength, 2006, God Esteem, Not Self Esteem, 2006.

Membership

Active Church Sunday School Calvary Chapel, Feasterville, Pennsylvania, since 1992.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: photography, educational board games.

Connections

Married Howard Steven Chandler, June 24, 1978. Children: Christopher, Robert.

father:
Roland Jay Turner

mother:
Elisabeth Ann (Renton) Turner

spouse:
Howard Steven Chandler

children:
Christopher Chandler

Robert Chandler