Keri Stoyle, Ph.D.
With over 16 years of experience in education, Keri Stoyle graduated from Kent State University holding an A.S. and B.S. in Elementary Education with a concentration in mathematics. She holds a Senior Elementary Education License to teach grades 1-8 and a M.S. in Special Education, Gifted (Youngstown State University). She holds a gifted interventionist license for grades K-12, and currently (May 2016) graduated with a doctorate in Educational Psychology/ Instructional Technology. Keri is currently a full time 5th grade math teacher, as well as adjunct professor at Kent State University teaching Instructional Design.
She is a member of a variety of committees and organizations.
Organization membership includes:
National Council Teacher of Mathematics (NCTM)
Ohio Council Teachers of Mathematics (OCTM)
Math Recovery Council (MRC)
International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Instructional Technology Integration Partnership (ITIP) Ohio
National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC)
Ohio Association of Gifted Children (OAGC)
National Society of Leadership and Success KSU
Golden Key International Honour Society KSU
Martha Holden Jennings 2016 Master Teacher Award
Ohio Council Teacher of Mathematics Outstanding Teacher Award 2016