Harvey Klamm, Ed.D.
Graduate Field Director, School of Education
- Ed.D., Liberty University
- M.Ed., University of Virginia
- B.A., Cedarville University
- Foundations of Education
- Classroom Management
- Student Teaching
- Instructional Supervision
- Directed Practicum Capstone
- Association of Teacher Educations in Virginia (ATE-VA)
- Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)
Harvey Klamm serves as a resident Associate Professor at Liberty University and is the School of Education Graduate Field Director.
He began his career in K-12 education and as a physical education teacher and soccer and baseball coach prior to serving in high school principal and school superintendent roles. He has worked at Indian Valley Middle School, Enon, Ohio, Liberty Christian Academy, Lynchburg, VA., and Liberty University Online Academy, Lynchburg, VA. After 40 years in teaching and school administration, Harvey transitioned to Liberty University School of Education as a faculty member and Graduate Field Director.
Today, Dr. Klamm enjoys helping students develop a biblical worldview, helping student teachers succeed in the field, and passing on the lessons and values he learned in educational leadership to graduate students seeking to become instructional supervisors.
- Klamm, I. & Klamm, H. (2013, Fall). Eight rights for school medication distribution. ACSI Legal Legislative Update, 24(1), 11-13.
- Klamm, H. and Smith, S. J. (2015, May). Nurturing dispositions in teacher education candidates: Challenges of identifying and assessing dispositions. In Birch, C. and Conaway, J. (Editors), 2015 Forum For Christian Educators Christian Higher Education: Teaching Teachers Well for a 21st-Century Mission. Association of Christian Schools International/Purposeful Design Publications, 39-58.
- Strengthening bible-based content and academic instruction in K-12 Christian schools and Christian universities
- K-12 online education