kbadley [at] tyndale.ca
PhD, University of British Columbia,1986;
MCS, Regent College, 1983;
MEd, University of Regina, 1980;
BEd, University of Regina, 1975;
BA (Honours), University of Saskatchewan, 1974.
Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Education.
Ken R. Badley, PhD, joined the faculty of Tyndale’s teacher preparation program as Professor by Special Appointment in 2008 as he was also teaching in the doctoral program at George Fox University in Newberg, Oregon. He received his doctorate in philosophy of education from the University of British Columbia in 1986, writing his dissertation on the meaning of the phrase, the integration of faith and learning. Dr. Badley has also taught high school in Alberta, at the Institute for Christian Studies in Toronto, Ontario and at Canadian Bible College in Regina, Saskatchewan, now Ambrose University College in Calgary, Alberta. Dr. Badley has published several books related to ethics, worldviews and world religions. His 2014 publications are Educational Foundations in Canada (with Alan Edmunds and Jodi Nickel, Oxford University Press, November, 2014), and Faith and Learning: A Guide for Faculty (with Patrick Allen, Abilene Christian University Press, August 2014).