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Dr. Brian D Reid

Dr. Brian D Reid

Office: 1331 - Buzzard Hall
Phone: 217-581-5728 (Dept phone)
Email: bdreid2@eiu.edu
Website: http://www.ux1.eiu.edu/~bdreid2


Office Hours

Buzzard 1331 (Office is located inside the Reading Center on teh first floor of Buzzard Hall)

Monday & Wednesday (8-9:00 am) and (230-330pm)

and by appointment


Frequently Taught Courses

EDU 2022:         Education Technology
MLE 4760          Social-Emotional Development in the Middle Grades
ELE 5250           Research in Education
 

Education

·       University of Connecticut, Ph.D. in Special Education [Gifted Education; Measurement & Evaluation; Educational Psychology], Storrs, CT      
·       University of Connecticut, Sixth Year Diploma in Professional Education [Gifted Education], Storrs, CT
·       Washington University, M.A. Ed. [Special Education: BD, LD], St. Louis, MO
·       Central Missouri State University, B.S.E. [Elementary Education], Warrensburg, MO

Professional Organizations

NATIONAL
o   National Association for Gifted Children
o   Council for Exceptional Children
o   International Society for Technology in Education
o   Society for Information Technology in Teacher Education
o   Council for Children with Behavior Disorders
 
STATE
o   Illinois Council for Children with Behavior Disorders
o   Illinois Computer Educators
 
 LOCAL
o   Mid-Illinois Computer Educators

Speakers Bureau

For more information, please visit the Speakers Bureau Webpage.

Education change management Planning and monitoring professional development Critical and creative thinking Talent development/gifted education Program Evaluation and research Integrating technology Supporting new teachers Family and community engagement/community schools

Research

·      Integrating Technology for Learning
·      Managing Change in Schools (CBAM)
·      Professional Learning Communities: Using Data
·      Family and Community Engagement
·      Talent Development
·      Integrating STEM in Elementary Schools
·      Integrating Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Assessments

Selected Publications

·       Rattermann, M.J & Reid, B.D. (2008). A Comparison of Student Academic Growth between Indiana Charter Schools and Traditional Public Schools. Center of Excellence in Leadership of Learning; Indianapolis, IN. DeHaan Family Foundation.
·       Indiana Parent Information Resource Center. (2008). Research brief: Parent engagement in education. Indianapolis, IN. Author.
·       Reid, B.D. (2000). Beginning teacher induction program. Eastern Educational Journal, 29(1), 52.
·       Reid, B.D. (1999). The next generation of school & university partnerships at Eastern Illinois University: Refining the vision. Eastern Educational Journal, 28(1), 56-60.
·       Burns, D.E. & Reid, B.D (1998). The tools we need. The Journal of Staff Development, 19(4), 21-23.
·       McLean, J.E., Snyder, S.W., Abbott, G., Reid, B.D., Ernest, J., & Heath, J. (1996). Evaluation of the Alabama Direct Assessment of Writing Program. Birmingham, AL: University of Alabama at Birmingham, Center for Educational Accountability.
·       Reid, B.D., & McGuire, M.M. (1995). Square pegs in round holes- these kids don’t fit:  Bright students with behavior disorders. The National Research Center for the Gifted & Talented. The University of Connecticut.
·       Renzulli, J.S., Reid, B.D., & Gubbins, E.J. (1993). Setting the agenda:  Research priorities for the gifted and talented through the year 2000. Storrs, CT:  The National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented.
·       Reid, B. D., Renzulli, J. S., Gubbins, E. J., & Imbeau, M. B. (April, 1992). Research needs in gifted education:  A study of practitioners’ perceptions. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Education Research Association. San Francisco, CA. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. ED 346 648)
·       Reid, B. D. (April, 1991). The Research Needs Assessment Process. A paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.  Chicago, IL.
·       Burns, D. E., & Reid, B. D. (1990). CBAM: Three methodological techniques for research and evaluation in gifted education.   National Association for Gifted Children, Research Briefs, 4, 1-6.
·       Smith, A. L., Owen, S. V., Reid, B. D.,  & Ramirez, M. O. (May, 1990). Measurement of Study Skills Self-Efficacy. A Paper Presented at the annual meeting of the New England Educational Research Organization.  Rockport, ME
·       Connecticut State Department of Education,  (1989).  Competitions and Events for High Ability Students. Middletown, CT:  Connecticut State Department of Education.

Selected Conference Presentations

Selected National, Regional, and State Presentations
Prepared and delivered over 200 presentations at local, state, and national forums. The topics include school and university partnerships, induction and mentoring, gifted and special education, technology, assessment, and various other topics. A sample of the topics and audiences:
 
 
·“Google Picassa: the Ultimate Media Manager” Illinois Computer Educators, St Charles, IL  (March, 2012)
““Using the Artifact Box for Project Based Learning”,
Confratute Summer Institute on Gifted Education, University of Connecticut (July, 2011)
“A Comparison of Student Academic Growth between Charter Schools and Traditional Public Schools” 2011 Focus on Illinois Research Symposium, IERC, Bloomington, IL (June, 2011)
·  “Artifact Box Exchange: Helping Students Learn About the Place Where They Live”, Florida Association for the Gifted and Talented, Tampa, FL,  (May, 2011)

·  “Common Core State Standards: An Overview and Discussion”, Florida Association for the Gifted and Talented, Tampa, FL,  (May, 2011)
·       “Artifact Box Exchange: Helping Students Learn About the Place Where They Live”, North Carolina Association for the Gifted and Talented, Winston-Salem, NC,  (March, 2011)
·       “Project-Based Learning for Gifted Students: Helping Students Learn about the Place Where They Live” West Virginia Association for the Gifted, Morgantown, WV (October, 2010)
·       “Artifact Box Exchange Network: Using Project-Based Learning” Kansas Association for the Gifted, Talented, and Creative; Wichita, KS (October, 2010)
·       “Using the Concerns-Based Adoption Model to Implement Gifted Programs” Confratute Summer Institute on Gifted Education, University of Connecticut (July, 2010)
·       “Using Project-Based Learning to Help Students Learn About the Place Where They Live”, MS Association for the Gifted, Philadelphia, MS (Sept, 2009)
·       “Using Best Practices to Build New Programs”  TN Association for Gifted Children, Memphis, TN (Sept 2000)
·       “Teaching Creativity with Project-Based Learning”,  Confratute Summer Institute on Gifted Education, University of Connecticut (July, 2009)
·       “Using the Artifact Box for Project Based Learning”, Confratute Summer Institute on Gifted Education, University of Connecticut (July, 2009)
·       “Using Project Based Learning to Help Student Learn About the Place Where they Live”,  Great Lakes Regional Social Studies Conference; Lisle, IL (April, 2009)
·       “Transforming Rural High Schools: The Implementation of the New Technology High School Reform”, Mid-South Educational Research Association; Knoxville, TN (Nov, 2008)
·       “Charter Schools in Indiana: Exploring the Impact on Student Performance” Mid-South Educational Research Association; Knoxville, TN (Nov, 2008)
·       “Leading Change: Connecting Lessons from the Research and the Field” Annual meeting of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, Nashville, TN (March, 2008)
·       “Best Practices in Parent Engagement” Annual meeting of the National Association of Elementary School Principals, Nashville, TN (March, 2008)
·       “Using the smartDESKTOP for Electronic Communities” Teaching and Learning with Technology Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (April, 2007)
·       “Building an Electronic Community of Practice”; International Conference for the Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education, San Antonio, TX (March, 2007)
·       “P-16 Reading Research Review Teams: Finding What Works” Indiana Reading Professors, Indiana State Reading Ass. Conference, Indianapolis, IN (Feb., 2007)           
·       “Clearinghouse Portal: Building an Electronic Network for P-16 Educators for Evidence-based Practices”; Society for Instructional Technology In Teacher Education, Orlando, FL (March, 2006)
·       “Partnerships for Building an Electronic Network for P-16 Educators for Evidence-based Practices”; Teaching and Learning Conference, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN (March, 2006)
·       “P-16 Clearinghouse on Evidence-Based Practices for Learning and School Reform: Indiana's Future: Economic Development and the High School Connection; Indiana High School Reform Conference, Indianapolis, IN (Nov. 2005)
·       “High School, Reform: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation”, AACTE, Chicago, IL (Feb, 2004)
·       “No Child Left Behind: Implications for Special Education”, The Illinois Council for Children with Behavior Disorders, Naperville, IL (2003)
·       “Using EdSeek Illinois to Search for Web Content”, Regional technology coordinators, Fairfield Community College, Fairfield, IL (2003)
·       “New Resources for Gifted Education Programs”, Regional gifted coordinators, Fairfield Community College, Fairfield, IL (2003)
·       “Making Your Web Site Visible for Search Engines”,  Illinois Educational Technology Conference, Springfield, IL (2002)
·       “Building Bridges with Community Colleges” Illinois Board of Higher Education Conference Enhancing Teacher Education, Champaign, IL (2002)
·       “Using Electronic Networks to Support New Special Education Teachers” Illinois Council of Children with Behavior Disorders, Naperville, IL (2002)
·       “Building a Web Portal for Illinois Education”,  Illinois Educational Technology Conference, Springfield, IL (2001)
·       “Partnership Forms and Functions”, Plenary Session, IPLP Partnership Conference, Illinois State University, Normal, IL (2001)
·       ”Center Model for Partnerships”, Breakout Session, IPLP Partnership Conference, Illinois State University, Normal, IL (2001)
·       “BTIP: A P-16 Consortium for Creating Support Networks for New Teachers”, American Association for Colleges of Teacher Education, Dallas, TX (2001)
·       “Analyzing Standardized Assessment Data for School Improvement”, Regional Office of Education #11 Charleston, IL (2000)
·       “Evaluating Programs for the Gifted” LaSalle ROE, Rantoul, IL (2000)
·       “Administrating a Gifted Program”, Annual Meeting of the Association for
·       Supervision and Curriculum Development New Orleans, LA (2000)
·       “Eastern Illinois University School & University Partnerships:” Illinois ASCD Educational Leadership Conference, Springfield, IL (1998)
·       “Panel on Teacher Education Reform Initiatives: Alternative Certification, Stockman Institute, Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL (1998)
·       “Leaping into the Void: Surviving the First Year of Teaching”,  Bond-Fayette-Effingham Regional Office of Education, Vandalia, IL (1997)
·       “Building-Based Support Teams: Creating teacher Assistance Teams”,  Bond-Fayette-Effingham Regional Office of Education, Vandalia, IL  (1997)
·       “Square Pegs in Round Holes - These Kids Don’t Fit:  Bright Students with  Behavior Disorders”, National Association for Gifted Children, Tampa, FL (1995)
·       “Bright Students with Behavior Disorders”, Southwest Regional Meeting on Gifted Education, Las Vegas, NV (1995)
·       “Developing Giftedness within a Multicultural Setting” Phi Kappa Delta Leadership Conference, Birmingham, AL (1993)
·       “Using the Concerns Based Adoption Model for Evaluating Gifted Programs”, Alabama CEC State Conference, Birmingham, AL (1992)
·       “Setting the Agenda: The NRC/GT Research Needs Assessment”,  National Association for Gifted Children Annual Convention, Kansas City, MO (1991)

Funding & Grants

PENDING:
·       Southwest Indianapolis Promise Neighborhood Grant (US Department of Education)
·       Indiana Center for Family, School, & Community Partnerships (Indiana DOE Innovation Fund)


AWARDED
·       Voices in Action (ESL project), Nina Pulliam Charitable Trust ($50,000: 2011-13)
·       (PI) Charter School Study, Christel DeHaan Family Foundation ($68,000: 2008)
·       (PI) Evaluation of the Indiana New Tech High Network, Indiana Governors Office NGA Honor States Grant with Techpoint Foundation ($123,000: 2007-08)
·       (Author)Life Sciences Initiative. Connecting K-12 to state life sciences initiative, BioCrossroads/Lumina Foundation ($100,000: 2005-06)
·       (PI) Network of Schools: Differentiated Instruction, Literacy and Math/Science Professional Development; Indiana Commission on Higher Education ($120,000: 2004-06)
·       (PI) Beginning Teacher Induction Program (BTIP) Eastern Illinois University, 5 Regional Offices of Education, 4 Community Colleges ; Illinois Board of Higher Education ($375,000: 2001-04)
·       (PI) P-16 Education Portal; Eastern Illinois University, Regional Office of Education, Indiana Computer Educators; Illinois Board of Higher Education ($83,000: 2001-02)
·       (PI)Aides to Teachers in East St. Louis,  Illinois State Board of Higher Education  ($27,000: 2001-02),
·       (PI) Teaching and Learning with Technology in Rural Schools: A Four-Tiered Approach to Integrating Technology for Future Teachers, U.S. Department of Education ($798,700: 2000-03)           
·       PI) Continuation of the Central Illinois Consortium for Professional Development New Teacher Induction, Illinois Board of Higher Education ($32,000: 2000-01)            2000-01
·       PI) Mattoon Mentoring Project. Illinois Consolidated Phone Company, in collaboration with Mattoon High School and the Mattoon Chamber of Commerce ($2,000: 2000-01)           
·       (PI) Continuation of the Web-Based, Alternative Certification Grant  Illinois Board of Higher Education ($85,000: 2000-01)
·       (PI) Educating Teachers in Charleston (ETC), Education-to-Careers, Illinois State Board of Education,  ($26,950: 2000-01)           
·       (PI) Mattoon Mentoring Project. Illinois Consolidated Phone Company, in collaboration with Mattoon High School and the Mattoon Chamber of Commerce ($4,500: 1999-2000)           
·       (PI) Central Illinois Consortium for Professional Development. Illinois Board of Higher Education (AWARD: $20,000: 1999-2001)           
·       (Author) Continuation Award for Multiple Intelligences,Bottenfield Elementary  School, Champaign Public Schools, Goals 2000, Illinois State Board of Education ($20,000: 1999-2000)           
·       (PI) Mattoon Mentoring Project. Illinois Consolidated Phone Company, in collaboration with Mattoon High School and the Mattoon Chamber of Commerce ($2,800: 1998-99)           
·       (Author) Restructuring Bottenfield Elementary School for Multiple Intelligences, Bottenfield Elementary School, Champaign Public Schools, Goals 2000, Illinois State Board of Education (AWARD: $53,000: 1997-98)
·       (PI) Mattoon Mentoring Project. Illinois Consolidated Phone Company, Mattoon High School and the Mattoon Chamber of Commerce (AWARD: $4,800: 1997-98)
·       (PI) TheBirmingham Exchange Project:  Americans and  Russians Working Together. United States Information Agency (USIA).  ($60,000: 1995-96)
·       (PI) Alabama State Gifted Conference, the Division of Special Education Services Alabama State Department of Education, ($5,000: 1994)           
·       (PI) Upgrading The Special Education Technology Lab: Integrating Computers and Technology into the Special Education Teacher  Education Programs, UAB,  Birmingham, AL ($17,000: 1994)
·       (PI) Educating Gifted Students with Learning Disabilities, Behavior or Communication Disorders. Twice-Exceptional Child Program, Univ. of New Mexico ($1,750: 1994)
·       (PI) Developing Enrichment Materials and Methods for the Regular Classroom:  Project FATHOM.  UAB-Birmingham City Schools Grant Program ($1,500: 1994).
·       (PI) The Special Education Technology Lab:  Integrating Computers and Technology into the Special Education Teacher Education Programs, School of Education, Department of Special Education, Liz Moore Low Vision Center,  and the Horizons Post-Secondary Transition Program, Birmingham, AL (40,000: 1993)
·       (PI)  ExploratoryStudy of the Prevalence of Gifted Students with Behavioral Problems,  The School of Education Research Grant, UAB, Birmingham, AL (AWARD: $1,000)
 

Community

  • Fcilitator, Coles County Time Out
  • President, Board of Directors; Indiana Center for Family, School, and Community Parnterships
  • Reviewer, GoodworksConnect Micro Grant Program (Central Illinois)
  • Advisory Committee, Danville New Tech HIgh School
  • Eastern Illinois Parrothead Club (Social and charitable organization)

K-12 Teaching Experience
3/4 grade self-contained classroom
Teacher in Gifted Program
Special Education (Adolescent Skill Center and Residential Treatment Center for Emotionally Disturbed Children)


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