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Lyelle Lee Palmer, American Education educator ( education)education educator, instruction theorist, special education specialist, school/learning readiness specialist.


Palmer, Lyelle Lee was born on March 4, 1938 in San Jose, California, United States. Son of Lyelle Alonzo and Hope Olive (Hershberger) Palmer.


1 child, Madeline Myers Fyten. Bachelor of Music in Music Education, Southern Methodist U., 1962, Museum Master in Music Literature and History, 1963. Doctor of Philosophy. in Secondary Edition and Psychology, U. North Texas, 1974.

Director Reading and Ednl. Clinic, Dallas, 1968-1975. Assistant professor edn.Iowa State University, Ames, 1975-1977.

Professor special education, department chair Winona State University, Minnesota, since 1977. Consultant Chicago Public Schools, 1985^. Consultant Mpl. Public Schools, 1989^.

Consultant San Marcos (California) Public Schools, 1992^. Instructor Performance Learning Systems.


Director Reading and Educational Clinic, Dallas, 1968—1975. Assistant professor education Iowa State University, Ames, 1975—1977. Professor special education, department chair Winona State University, Minnesota, since 1977.

Consultant Chicago Public Schools, since 1985, Mpl. Public Schools, since 1989, San Marcos Public Schools, California, since 1992. Instructor Performance Learning Systems.

Editorial board Journal Accelerated Learning and Teaching, Ames, since 1978. Professor advisory board New Visions School, Minneapolis, since 1992.


God created humans to be able to innovate and evaluate new forms of living that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals.


Social norms that assume different standards for women than for men in marriage are outdated and should be rejected. Laws in civil society should define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.


In a society where self-interest, acquisitiveness and individual happiness are often seen as the over-riding interests, the Church, and Christians within it, are called to witness meanings, values and purposes beyond ourselves.


Board directors Winona County Development Achievement Center, 1982—1984. Member of Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, American Association for the Advancement of Science, Lake City Yacht, Society Accelerating Learning and Teaching (national president 1989-1991), Minnesota Education Association, Alliance Learning International, American Academy Human Development 1984, Accelerated Learning and Teaching Network, Council Exceptional Children (advisor since 1975), Council Learning Disabilities (state president 1981-1983), Winona Sailing (vice president 1978), Kiwanis (president 1986), Phi Delta Kappa (local president 1983-1984, 1984).


Married Mary Frances Myers O'Connor, August 27, 1962. 1 child, Madeline Myers Fyten.

Lyelle Alonzo Palmer

Hope Olive (Hershberger) Palmer

Mary Frances Myers O'Connor

Madeline Myers Fyten Palmer