Dr. Kevin Talbert Education Assistant Professor
I have the privilege to teach future teachers! C of I education students get to be “in the field” from their very first education class at The C of I, and by the time they graduate they have numerous authentic teaching experiences in local schools to supplement their learning here on campus. It is through the combination of field experience and on-campus coursework that students develop into the caring, critical, constructivist, and competent teachers that schools around the valley covet. I am thrilled to contribute to the preparation of our many excellent teachers!
Here in the Education Department, I teach Foundations of Schooling, Teaching in a Diverse Society, Intern Seminar, among other courses in the graduate programs, and I supervise some of our student-teachers as they get their first full-time teaching experience in local schools.
Prior to The C of I, I worked as a post-doctoral fellow for the Urban Teaching Cohort at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, a program that helps prepare students who wish to teach in high-needs schools, especially in urban areas. I also did my graduate work at Miami U., and before that I taught high school social studies in Lima, Ohio.
In my time at C of I, I’ve encountered engaged students who ask good questions, a committed faculty, and helpful and courteous staff—a true campus community. I’m happy to be a Yote!
- Assistant Professor, The College of Idaho (2013-present)
- Post-doctoral Fellow, Urban Teaching Cohort, School of Education, Health, & Society, Miami University (2012-2013)
- Teaching Assistant, Department of Educational Leadership, Miami University (2008-2013)
- Social Studies Teacher, Shawnee High School, Lima, OH (1999-2007)
- PhD, Educational Administration (Major: Curriculum & Cultural Studies), Miami University
- MEd, Curriculum and Teacher Leadership, Miami University
- BA, History, Ohio Northern University