Dr. Harvey Foyle
Ph.D. Kansas State University, 1984
M.S. Emporia State University, 1974
M.Div. Evangelical Theological Seminary, 1967
B.A. Westmar College, 1964
Areas of Research and Teaching:
Instructional and curricular design, student teacher supervision, social studies education, classroom homework, cooperative learning, integrating technology into education, handheld computers
Roe R. Cross Distinguished Professor Award. Emporia State University
Speaker, ESU Commencement, as Roe R. Cross Professor
Excellence in Teaching: Higher Education Award, Kansas Council for the Social Studies
Palm Education Training Coordinator (PETC), Palm Handheld Computers
Intel Teach to the Future Instructor
P-12 Superintendent’s License
7-12 Principal’s License
7-12 License: American History, Political Science/Government sociology, Geography, World History, Psychology.
IT325 Instructional Technology for Educators
IT743 Google Applications
Creating Interactive Curriculum for Elementary and Middle School Studies. (2012). With Lawrence Lyman and Allyson Lyman. El Cajon, CA: National Social Science Press. ISBN 978-1-936306-46-8
Childress, M. D. & Foyle, H. C. (2004). Improving student technological conceptions, attitudes and usage through the intervention of the Intel Teach to The Future curriculum. National Social Science Association Journal.
Strategies and Tecniques to Improve the Supervision of Student Teachers With Michael A. Morehead, Lawrence Lyman, & Jim Davis. American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE). Chicago, IL, February 7, 2004.
Working with Student Teachers: Getting and Giving the Best. (2003).With Lawrence Lyman and Michael A. Morehead. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, Inc.
Conferencing with student teachers: Discussing Multicultural Issues. A videotape produced for OPES Productions, 2003.
Constructing Curriculum in Context. (1999). With Tara S. Azwell, Lawrence Lyman, and Nancy L. Smith. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishers.
Social Science, the Internet, and Making Sense of It All: A Process for Selecting, Evaluating, and Implementing Information Resources. (2001). With Marcus D. Childress and Lawrence Lyman. National Social Science Journal, 18 (2). (National refereed).
Full curriculum vita available as an Adobe Acrobat document.