College of Education and Professional Studies

Angela Holmes-Krober


Phone: (405) 974-5788

Office: HES 101

Box: 118


  • Master’s of Science in Human Environmental Sciences/ Family and Child Studies, University of Central Oklahoma, 2002
  • Bachelor’s of Science in Human Environmental Sciences/ Family and Child Development, University of Central Oklahoma, 1998

General Information


  • Curriculum Coordinator/Lead Teacher Child Study Center
  • Demonstrate and Maintain positive guidance techniques
  • Plan Developmentally Appropriate Activities for the children
  • Compose a BI-weekly informational newsletter for the parents
  • Participate and implement for the Project Approach throughout the classroom
  • Maintain high levels of effective communication with the parents
  • Serve as a mentor for the University students enrolled in Guidance of the Young Child
  • Provide the children with a safe and healthy learning environment
  • Adapt activities for multi-age groups of children
  • Arrange special visitors to share talents and information with the children

Professional Membership

  • 2000-Present Oklahoma Council on Family Relations
  • 1997-Present National Association for Education of Young Children
  • 1997-Present Southern Early Childhood Association
    • Spring 2002 Regional Conference Student Activities Committee
  • 1997-Present Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma
    • Fall 2002 Program Committee
    • Fall 2001 Program Chair
    • Fall 2000 Decoration Committee
    • Spring 2000 Leadership Conference Decoration Committee
    • Fall 1999 On-Site Registration and Decoration Committee
    • Spring 1999 Leadership Conference Facilities Committee
    • Fall 1998 Child Care Tours Committee
  • 1997-Present Edmond Early Childhood Association
    • Spring 1999-01 Week of the Young Child Committee
    • 2002-03 Membership Officer


  • Spring 2002 Southern Early Childhood Association Annual Conference "The Project Approach"
  • Fall 2001 Early Childhood Association of Oklahoma Fall Conference "Enriching the Environment and Curriculum through Block Play"
  • Spring 2001 State Lutheran Early Childhood Conference "Hands-On Activities (3’s - 2nd Grade)"
  • Fall 2000 University of Central Oklahoma Theories in Family and Child Development "Arnold Gesell: The Maturational Process"
  • Fall 2000 University of Central Oklahoma Guidance of the Young Child "Project Approach"

Honors and Awards

  • 2002 University of Central Oklahoma College of Education Outstanding Graduate Student
  • 2002 Sue McCauley Leadership Award
  • 2001 Girdie Ware Memorial Award
  • 1998 Phi Upsilon Omicron, National Honor Society in Family and Consumer Services