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Dr. Nathan R. Templeton

Assistant Professor

Educational Leadership

Office Location: Frank Young Education North, #123

Phone: 903-886-5895

Email: Nate.Templeton@tamuc.edu

Professional Vita



Presentations

Templeton, N.R. (2015).  Principals as change agents: Rethinking the role of benchmark testing.  Presenter at the Collaborative Educational Programs for the Americas (CEPA) Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2015).  The campus community and Senate Bill 460: Suicide awareness and prevention for at-risk students. Professional development workshop presented to the faculty and staff of New Summerfield Independent, New Summerfield, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2015).  The joy and art of teaching: Effectiveness through immersion. Professional development workshop presented to the faculty and staff of New Summerfield Independent, New Summerfield, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2015).  Informing the principalship: Computer adaptive testing and improved educational outcomes through targeted interventions.  Presenter at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) 69th Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.

 

Templeton, N.R., & Curry, M. (2015).  The campus principal and Senate Bill 460: Suicide awareness and prevention for at-risk students.  Presenter at the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2015).  The mental health bill (SB 460) and implications for educators and practitioners. Presenter at Mission Possible XX Taking Charge: Caring for Yourself and Others Conference. Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R., Ballenger, J., Thompson, J.R. (2015).  Examining the elements of online learning quality in a fully online doctoral program: A quantitative analysis. Co-Presenter at Southwest Educational Research Association (SERA) 38th Annual Meeting, San Antonio, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R., Ballenger, J., & Hendricks, L. (2015).  The campus principal and SB 460: Suicide awareness and prevention for at-risk students. Co-presenter at the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA) Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2014). Mentoring: Impacting the millennial leader through job-embedded professional capital. Presenter at the Collaborative Educational Programs for the Americas (CEPA) Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

 

Ballenger, J., Templeton, N.R., Thompson, J.R., & Clark, J. (2014). Assessing quality elements in a higher education fully online doctoral program: Perceptions of faculty and doctoral students. Presenter at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) 68th Annual Conference, University of California – Channel Islands, Camarillo, California.

 

Templeton, N.R. & Tremont, J.W. (2014). Sustainability: Creating a teacher-learner climate through mentoring. Presenter at the Texas Association of Secondary School Principals (TASSP) Annual Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2014). Engaging transformational leadership to improve student outcomes in Texas. Co-presenter at the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA) Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2013). After Brown: Reforming the principalship. Presenter at the Collaborative Educational Programs for the Americas (CEPA) Conference, San Antonio, Texas.

 

Templeton, N.R. (2013). Teaching transformational leadership to improve student outcomes. Presenter at the National Council of Professors of Educational Administration (NCPEA) 67th Annual Conference, Meadowlands, New Jersey.

 

Templeton, N. R. (2013). The consequences of non-traditional faculty hires on educational administration programs. Co-presenter at the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration (TCPEA) Conference, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2012). Differentiated instruction and the lesson planning cycle. Professional development workshop presented to the faculty of Laneville Independent School District, Laneville, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2011). Closing the gaps: The relationship between one instructional behavioral management tool and the academic performance of African American students as measured by performance on the Texas assessment of knowledge and skills test. Selected Presenter for Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu, Hawaii.

 

Templeton, M. (2010). Writing lesson plans for CTE. Presenter for New Career and Technical Education Teacher Conference, Texas Education Agency, CTE Division, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2010).  Principles of ethics and leadership. Presenter for Human Sciences Professional Lecture Series, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2010). It’s good for you: Free career cluster resources. Presenter for Family and Consumer Sciences Teacher Association of Texas State Convention, Dallas, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2010). Family and consumer sciences curriculum development workshop for curriculum specialists. Presenter for Texas Education Agency, CTE Division, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2010). Middle school family and consumer sciences curriculum development workshop. Presenter for Texas Education Agency, CTE Division, Austin, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2009). African American achievement and the START on Time program: An overview of dissertation findings. Presenter at the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration Conference, Houston, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2009). Discipline in the secondary classroom: A precursor to achievement.  Professional development workshop presented to the faculty of Gladewater High School, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2008).  African American achievement and state-mandated testing.  Teacher workshop presented to the faculty of Gladewater Independent School District, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2008). The effects of positive and proactive discipline management strategies and the academic achievement of African American students as measured by performance on the State of Texas assessment instrument.  A review of preliminary research findings presented to the faculty of Gladewater High School, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2006).  A comparative analogy: secondary math and art instruction. Teacher workshop presented to secondary art teachers of Gladewater Independent School District, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2006).  Vertical alignment in the K-12 music classroom.  Teacher workshop presented to the music staff of Gladewater Independent School District, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2006).  Teaching the core and foundational TEKS in the fine arts classroom. Teacher workshop presented to the staff of Gladewater Independent School District, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2005).  Vertical alignment and K-12 fine arts instruction. Teacher workshop presented to the fine arts staff of Gladewater Independent School District, Gladewater, Texas.

 

Templeton, M. (2004).  Campus Disaster Preparation Plan. Teacher workshop presented to the staff of Timpson Independent School District, Timpson, Texas.

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