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Kimberly Campbell

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Rogers Hall

Kimberly Campbell began her teaching career at Estacada Junior High in 1979. Like 50% of beginning teachers, she left the profession after just three years. Her liberal arts background and desire to make the world a better place led her to law school. Kimberly was fortunate to find her way back to teaching. She taught high school English for eight years, sustained by the research she conducted on her classroom practice and students’ learning. In 1995, Kimberly had the unique opportunity to serve as the founding principal for a high school based on the Coalition of Essential Schools. She served in this capacity for four years. Since 1999, Kimberly has been at Lewis & Clark College where she teaches and serves as Language Arts Advisor as well as one of the Cohort Coordinators in the Middle Level/High School Preservice Program.

Although she grew up under the sunny skies of Colorado, Kimberly finds the rain of Oregon the perfect weather for reading, writing, and thinking.

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Kimberly Campbell’s office is located in room 406 of Rogers Hall.


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Kimberly Campbell Associate Professor, Chair of Teacher Education

Teacher Education MAT Secondary (Language Arts) Lewis & Clark 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road MSC 14 Portland OR 97219 USA

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