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Terry Doyle presents “Examining Thirteen Findings About Human Learning That Significantly Impact Teaching” for the keynote lecture of the University of Lynchburg Teaching and Learning Center winter workshop.
Doyle is an author, nationally recognized educational consultant, and professor emeritus of reading at Ferris State University, where he has worked for the past 38 years. Terry has presented more than 70 workshops on teaching and learning topics at regional, national, and international conferences since 2000. During the past five years, he has worked with faculty in Taiwan, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, South Korea, Canada, and with faculty from 140 different colleges and universities across the United States on developing a learner-centered approach to teaching.
He is the author of several books related to teaching and learning, including Learner-Centered Teaching: Putting the Research on Learning into Practice” and “Helping Students Learn in a Learner-Centered Environment: A Guide to Teaching in Higher Education.” He co-authored “New Faculty Transition – An Ideal Program” and “The New Science of Learning: How to Learn in Harmony With Your Brain,” which was a finalist for the 2013 USA Best Book Award in the category of Education/Academic.