Dr. Roger Stiles

Dr. Roger Stiles, Ed.D.

Adjunct Professor of Education

Email: stilesr@tntemple.edu


  • Ed.D. University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    • Major: Curriculum and Instruction
  • M.S. University of Tennessee at Knoxville
    • Major: Curriculum
  • B.D. Temple Baptist Seminary
    • Major: English Bible
  • B.A. Tennessee Temple College
    • Majors: Bible and Psychology

Academic Experience

  • Assistant Professor of Education, Liberty Online, 2011-present
  • Chair, Department of Education, Tennessee Temple University, 2005-2009
  • Executive Vice-President, Tennessee Temple University, 2003-2005
  • President, Tennessee Temple University, 1993-2003
  • Dean, School of Education, Tennessee Temple University, 1985-2003
  • Principal, Tennessee Temple High School, 1981-1985
  • Director of Graduate Studies in Education, Tennessee Temple University, 1976-1987
  • Faculty Member, Departments of Education and Psychology Tennessee Temple University, 1974-1976
  • Director of Concerted Services in Education for Williamsburg County Kingstree, SC 1972-74
  • Supervisor of Early Childhood Education for Williamsburg County Schools Kingstree, SC 1970-1972
  • Research Coordinator, Pee Dee Regional Supplementary Education Center Florence, SC 1968-1970
  • Social Studies Teacher, Doyle High School, Knox County School System Knoxville, TN 1967-68

Teaching Specializations

  • Curriculum and Instruction
  • Research and Statistics
  • Early Childhood, Elementary, Secondary Education

Ministry & Professional Experience

  • Sunday School Teacher in local churches
  • Chapel pastor for chapels of Highland Park Baptist Church
  • Deacon of Highland Park Baptist Church

Membership in Academic Organizations

  • Association of Christian Schools International
  • Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development
  • Phi Delta Kappa

Denominational & Community Service

  • Served on Williamsburg County Mental Health Committee
  • Served on Board of Junior Achievement of Chattanooga, Tennessee
  • Member of Rotary Club, Chattanooga, Tennessee

Publications & Presentations

  • Master’s Thesis: Unpublished
  • Doctoral Dissertation: Unpublished
  • Articles in Journal of Christian Educators On Curriculum, Testing, and Instruction
  • Workshops presented to ACSI and AACS Conventions as well to faculties of various schools.
    • Subjects: Learning Theory, Classroom Management, Reading Comprehension, Testing and Measurements
  • Video for AACS: The Use of Oral Questions in the Classroom

Special Recognitions

  • Teacher of the Year, Tennessee Temple University, 1992