Kent Willmann spent 31 years preparing young community members by teaching high school social studies in St. Vrain Valley Schools. While there, he thoroughly enjoyed working with student teachers, especially those from CU. Currently, he works as an instructor in CU Boulder’s School of Education working with the next generation of teachers. As co-director of the Boulder County Latino History Project Summer Teacher Workshop he strives to help teachers design and deliver lessons that tell under-told stories and engage all our kids. He is also the curriculum writing and trainer for The Colorado Municipal League’s Lessons on Local Government. You can catch him in the morning riding his bike and taking photos of abandoned couches, in the afternoon watching his kids’ sports teams, in the evening playing poker, and always dreaming of the future with his wife Keely.
This instructor does not have any courses currently available.