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Steve Shumway

Steve Shumway is an Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Technology & Engineering Education at Brigham Young University. His program area is technology education, having been a teacher educator in that field for 12 years. He has served as an ITEA National Standards Consultant for the implementation of the National Standards for Technological Literacy. His research has focused on student motivation, learning theory, and instructional methods in technology education. As a high school teacher in the late 1980's he integrated engineering concepts and methods into his technology education classes.

Contact: steve_shumway@byu.edu

Ron Terry

Dr. Ron Terry is a Professor in the Department of Technology & Engineering Education at Brigham Young University. He is a chemical engineer and has conducted scholarly work and published numerous articles in engineering education.He is past Chair of the ASEE Rocky Mountain Section. He has co-authored a very popular monograph on the application of the Kolb Learning Style Theory titled "Teaching Through the Cycle - Application of Learning Style Theory to Engineering Education at Brigham Young University". Several engineering colleges have used the monograph to educate their faculty regarding student learning styles and how to design learning activities to reach all types of learners. He is part of a 10-member team within the Education Research Methods Division of ASEE that provides faculty development workshops for university educators.

Contact: ron_terry@byu.edu

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