Kymberly Daniels

Assistant Professor Child Development - School of Child Development & Education

Contact Information

(918) 595-8107
West Campus Room L216

I am an Assistant Professor of Child Development with 10 years of service at Tulsa Community College. I am a mother, grandmother and mentor. I strive to empower people to become the best versions of themselves. I believe in lifelong learning.  I love and enjoy reading and facilitating presentations.

My favorite quote:
"Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life"

Courses Taught

  • CHLD 2213- Children with Special Needs
  • CHLD 2003- LifeSpan Development
  • CHLD 2243- Language and Cognitive Development
  • CHLD 1202- CDA- Competency 3
  • ENGL- Academic Strategies


  • Bachelor's degree in Family Relations and Child Development from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah
  • Master's Degree in Early Childhood Education from Northeastern State University in Broken Arrow, OK.             

Research Interests

  • Professional Development
  • Adult learning
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Transformational Learning              

Publications & Presentations

Teachers of Successful Students (TOSS) ( 2016) - The Reality of Briding the Gap: Language and Literacy

Early Childhood Leadership Institute (2013) The Reality of Assessment: Connecting and Communicating with Families

America READS training for volunteers

Child Abuse Training

Positively Unique:Birth Order

Power Parenting: It Matters!

Professional Affiliations & Memberships

  • National Head Start Association
  • National Black Child Development Institute (NBCDI)


Best of TCC in 2008

Community Involvement

  • Facilitator for Talking is Teaching ( Kaiser Initiative)
  • Parent Advocate for children and families with special needs
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