Professional Learning Facilitator
Dr. Doyle has spent her career in education as a teacher and educational leader. In every role, her responsibilities have included collaborating with teachers of all content areas, as well as principals and supervisors, to promote use of instructional practices that maximize engagement and address the needs of all learners. These collaborative efforts have taken many forms, such as coaching, modeling, designing and implementing professional development sessions, leading professional learning communities, and more.
Dr. Doyle is a professor at Immaculata University, where she teaches in the undergraduate, master’s degree, and doctoral programs. Her courses focus on instructional coaching, literacy, leadership and supervision, curriculum, and communication. At the K-12 level, Dr. Doyle served as a teacher and administrator, most recently as a district-level curriculum supervisor in Abington School District, where her work focused on professional development, curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Dr. Doyle is a regular presenter at education conferences, including: International Literacy Association, Keystone State Literacy Association, Association of Literacy Educators and Researchers, Pennsylvania Association of College Teacher Educators. She serves on the Advisory Board of the Keystone State Literacy Association Delaware Valley chapter, where she is currently President. She earned a B.S. in Management and an M.S. in Education, both from St. Joseph’s University, and an Ed.D. from Immaculata University.