Dr. Timothy Heaton
Professor of Education
Chair of the Central State University Institute of Urban Education
Teacher Facilitator Member of the Governor's Council for Closing the Achievement Gap with African-American Males
Coordinator of the Central State University/Cedarville University Cooperative Culturally Responsive Teaching Conference
Visiting Professor at University of Dayton Master's Program
Biography: Nearly 40 years teaching in both private and public schools, all subjects contained classroom, specialized subjects in middle school, principal of a K-5 building.
Degrees: BA-Wittenberg University, 1973, MA Grace Theological Seminary, 1985, PhD University of Dayton, 1998.
Active in various ministries at church.
I am the Chair of the Advisory Board for the Central State University Institute of Urban Education and work closely with the Annual Cultural Competency Teaching conference in collaboration with Cedarville University. I head up the MLK Jr. Community Conference at Cedarville University, and am a visiting professor for University of Dayton's Master's Program.
Married to Martha since 1976
Children: Molly and Paul
Grandchildren: Will, Nathaniel, Matthew, Mya, Ella and Ethan
For more information, please see Dr. Heaton's Curriculum Vita.
Research in Education regarding Better Teacher Strategies, Pedagogy, and Brain-based Education
Reading Historical Fiction, Suspenseful Fiction, Antiques, Traveling, Gardening, Decorating, Conducting Teacher In-Services nationally and internationally
"Be Still and Know that I am God"
- Psalm 46:10
"Being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus."
- Phillipians 1:4b-6