Kim Meyer


Teacher Education Field Placement and Admissions Liaison in Education

Kimberly Meyer joined the Education Department in 2015 as the Teacher Admissions and Field Placement Coordinator.  She advises education students, coordinates practicum and student teaching placements, supervises student teachers, and teaches educational seminars and classes.  Her current research focuses on project-based learning, students’ perceptions of their life skills development through project-based learning, and integration of project-based learning through various curriculum models.  Other research interests include language development and literature. She has twenty years of educational experience as an elementary teacher, K-12 principal, college administrator and professor.  Kim enjoys spending time with family, and her interests include reading, gardening, outdoor activities, and traveling. 


Ed.D. Educational Leadership, Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2015; Ed.S. Educational Administration, Minnesota State University, Mankato, 2003; M.A. Elementary Education, Lenoir-Rhyne College, 1993; B.A. Elementary Education/Psychology, Lenoir-Rhyne College, 1991

Courses Taught


EDU-320 (Literacy K-12)

Synonym Title Times Taught Terms Taught
EDU-230Soc Found/Stu Needs12016/FA
EDU-396Middle Level Dir Tchng12016/JN
EDU-395K-12 Directed Teaching12016/JN