Kimiyo Cordero, visual arts and digital media teacher is excited to be a part of the Campbell School of Innovation team and on the forefront of education. Cordero has a passion for education and the arts and feels student learning is best supported by a strong sense of safety, community and creativity. Having taught art for over 14 years, in various forms, Cordero is excited to blend creativity and innovation together using the design thinking process to advance students ingenuity to the next level. Cordero?s vision for education is to provide students a place to be heard, supported and the opportunity to let their imaginations flourish.
Cordero?s love for curriculum design has enabled her to explore several different areas of artistic design. Cordero background is teaching and designing curriculum for grades TK-12th grade in several Bay Area schools. In addition to her 14 years in the schools, Cordero has designed curriculum and taught for the San Jose Museum of Art and the Triton museum of art.
Cordero earned a Bachelors of Fine Art from San Jose State University with a double emphasis in pictorial and spatial art. She obtained her art credential from National University.
When Cordero is not creating with her students she enjoys spending time with her son and husband laughing and enjoying life.