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Kimberly Lockwood, EdD
Dr. Lockwood is a successful high school instructor, an effective college professor, and a popular educational presenter. Since receiving her doctorate from Tennessee State University in 2001, Dr. Lockwood has taught undergraduate and graduate courses for Troy University and The University of Phoenix. She also has guest lectured at Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University, while presenting her original research and findings on student-centered instruction at state and national conferences. Dr. Lockwood joined the University of Phoenix in December of 2002 when they opened the Nashville Campus, and she also began teaching online courses for the University of Phoenix in 2004. In October of 2015, Dr. Lockwood presented her original research entitled, "The Student Lesson Plan: An Approach To Increase Learning By Spotlighting Diversity” at the North American Chapter of the World Council for Curriculum and Instruction Conference (NAC-WCCI) in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Lockwood’s most recent work entitled, “Using Tailored Personal Learning Experiences To Ensure Post-Secondary Success” was presented at the 30th Annual High Schools That Work Staff Development National Conference in Louisville, Kentucky on July 15, 2016.
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