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NEW BOOK!

Coming Spring/Summer 2023 from Stylus Publishing:

The New Science of Teaching: Rethinking a Teacher's Role in the Age of Data

Co-Authors Terry Doyle and Dr. B.M. Doyle

2022-2023 Keynotes & Workshops 

Keynote:  International Conference in Social Sciences hosted by the National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan March 7, 2023

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Invited Presentation: 4th Annual World Congress of Education,
"Teaching for Long-term Learning the only Kind of Learning that Matters." 
Sapporo, Japan January 9, 2023 

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Developed and presented 3 sessions "How to Teach and Learn in Harmony with the Brain" for the University of Business and Technology, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

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We are Born to Learn.

Students Learn More When They are Actively Engaged in the Learning Process. How Do We Teach so Our Students Most Benefit? 

A Learner Centered Approach to Teaching.

Change is Necessary

We must follow where the research leads us, even if it makes us uncomfortable or results in major changes to our teaching practice.

How the Research on Learning Should Be Changing the Way We Teach.

ABOUT TERRY

CEO, Learner Centered Teaching Consultants

Terry Doyle is an author, educational consultant and professor emeritus of reading at Ferris State University where he worked for 38 years.  Terry has given over 250 presentations and keynote addresses at regional, national and international conferences and has worked with faculty on more than 400 campuses around the world.  

"We look forward to sharing copies of The New Science of Learning with all of the
participants
, so that they can dive even deeper into the ideas you introduced today.  It has been an absolute pleasure meeting and learning from you!"

- Maya Weilundemo Ott, EdD

Associate Director, Center for Teaching & Scholarly Excellence 

Suffolk University 

"In 46 years of university experience, yours was the best and most useful presentation I have experienced."

 

- Art Freeman, Director of Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program Midwestern University