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Childs, Kristopher

Kristopher J. Childs

Kristopher J Childs, As a teacher, professor, consultant, and member of senior leadership teams, Dr. Kristopher J. Childs focuses on excellence in teacher content and pedagogical knowledge, equity, leadership development, and organizational change. His work is guided by his mantra, “Live life to the fullest; you only get one.”

Dr. Childs is a highly sought-after keynote speaker known for his coaching skills, storytelling, and passion. As a speaker, Dr. Childs inspires audiences to relentlessly pursue their goals and dreams. He seeks to help each find his or her passion and purpose, and his messages have been deemed “life-changing” by clients. 

Dr. Childs seeks to create a movement through educating, advocating, and inspiring individuals to pursue academic excellence. Due to his student-centered approach to teamwork, faculty, staff, and students recognize him as a visionary and collaborative leader. Dr. Child’s approach helps both school and district teams that he consults achieve common goals and improve student academic success and students’ classroom experiences.

Dr. Childs is a Life Member in the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University National Alumni Association and a Life Member in the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated. He Childs earned his doctorate in mathematics education from the University of Central Florida, his master of science degree in mathematics education from Nova Southeastern University, and his bachelor of science degree in computer engineering from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University.

He is co-author of Making Sense of Mathematics for Teaching Girls in Grades K – 5 and author of the article “Good Mathematics Teaching is NOT Telling, it is Facilitating.”