Kim Silbaugh has been a teacher since 1980. She currently is an adjunct instructor for Lesley University in arts integration and Western Colorado State University in the areas of research and curriculum and instruction. Kim has presented at national conferences, consulted with school districts on technology and arts integration, received awards for excellence in education, as well as being a recipient of the Power of Art awarded by Robert Rauschenberg. She has been involved with the Kennedy Center teaching artist program, participated in an internship in Ravenna, Italy, doing mosaics, and has been accepted into juried shows for her steel and glass sculptures. Kim believes the arts are a natural pairing with other curricular areas of study and has taught several STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) residencies.
BS in Art Education, Drake University
M.Ed. in Technology in Education, Lesley University
PhD in Education Leadership with an emphasis on technology, Breyer State University