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CURRICULUM VITAE
(Limited to 3 pages, contains information from 2007-June, 2010)
Dr. Guynel Reid, Professor
313 Armstrong Hall
Educational Studies: Department of K-12 & Secondary Education Programs
Telephone 389-1965
Email: [email protected]
Educational Background
-Bachelor of Science, Education
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, MN
-Masters of Science, Mental Retardation
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Mankato, MN
-Ph. D., Educational Psychology
University of Minnesota
Minneapolis, MN
-Licenses Held:
Licensed School Psychologist
National Certified School Psychologist
Licensed Consulting Psychologist
Professional Experience
Professor
Minnesota State University, Mankato
1987-present
Responsibilities: As a College of Education faculty memberI work collaboratively with departmental colleagues as we plan, deliver, and evaluate our
undergraduate and graduate initial and advanced teacher licensure program to University students. We
meet with our secondary content area faculty to consider the appropriateness of the program and the
fit between their and our contributions. My instructional areas of emphases are the psychology of
learning, effective teaching and learning paradigms in secondary schools and professional programs,
differentiated instruction, and the study of critical issues impacting American education today. I
enthusiastically advise students to provide the support and direction they need for the professional
education part of their program and as they prepare to enter the field of practice.
Further, I have for 6 years coordinated the undergraduate teacher licensure program, and have created
unique programs and offerings for students, working collaboratively with colleagues to implement.
Some examples are the Secondary Education Coalition, KSP Undergraduate Distinguished Scholar,
Student On Special Assignment (SOSA), KSP Undergraduate Brochure, KSP Undergraduate Advisory
Council, Block Orientations, and spearheaded the effort to redesign structural pieces and curriculum of
the present undergraduate program to meet contemporary needs of students and the field of practice.
My other professional service work beyond the Department level is enumerated below.
My research agenda targets effective teaching and learning in secondary education and in teacher
education. Through many research opportunities I have conducted empirical research and distributed
findings and conclusions to the field of practice through articles and conferences. Creative projects
include numerous programmatic pieces listed above as well having created a KSP General Education
course for our Secondary Education Learning Community (KSP 200 Critical Issues in Public Education
Today), with emphasis on research; critical listening, reading and thinking; and ethical and civic
responsibility. Presently I am collaboratively working on a sequel to this, KSP 251 Coming Of Age, with
emphasis on diversity; critical listening, reading and thinking; and ethical and civic responsibility. All
my recent research accomplishments are enumerated below.
Of all responsibilities, my most important ones are those focused on my students. With clear and
deliberate intention, I (1) demonstrate attention and care for their well being through informal and
formal advising and creating advising literature; (2) always commit the time and effort to be entirely
prepared for each class, functioning as a role model; and (3) carefully design structured ways to work
along side of students, operating as a mentor.
Papers Presented at Meetings and Conferences
-The COLLABORATION for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning
Regional Conference, February 13-14, 2009
Title: Understanding Successful Professional Programs
-Professional Development Day, Minnesota State University, Mankato
January 7, 2009
Title: An In-Depth Study of Highly Successful Professional Programs
-Presidential Teaching Scholar Fellowship
Noon Seminar, November 2008
Title: Researching Three Professional Programs: Why They Are Effecfive
-MACTE
October 12, 2007
Title: Powerful Learning Contexts in Higher Education: Factors that Matter
-MACTE
October 14, 2009
Presently under review, waiting for response.
Professional Service
-The COLLABORATION for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning
Regional Conference, February 13-14, 2009
Leadership: Round Table Discussion Leader: Tapping the Power of Faculty Learning Communities to
Improve Teaching
-The COLLABORATION for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning
Regional Conference, February 13-14, 2009
Leadership: Member of Committee arranging two-day event of speakers
-Department Personnel Committee, Member and Convener
2003-present
-KSP Department Undergraduate Curriculum Committee, Member
Convener for six years prior to Fall 2008
-Department Representative, College of Education College Curriculum Committee
2004-2009
(Convener and Recorder)
College of Education Representative, University Curriculum and Academic Policies
2008-present
College of Education Representative, University, Faculty Development Committee
2005-2008
College of Education Representative, Interview Presidential Scholars Candidates
2000-present
University Honors Program, Member
2009-present
Honors Curriculum Subcommittee, Member
2009-present
KSP Undergraduate Program Advisory Council, Department Point Person
2005-present
Textbooks Reviewed
EdPsych: Modules, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Higher Education (2008)
Teaching with Educational Psychology, McGraw-Hill Publishing Co., Higher Education (2008)
Teaching Students with Special Needs in Inclusive Classrooms, Pearson, Allyn & Bacon (2008)
Presently New Santrock Educational Psychology text, McGraw-Hill (2010)
Achievements, Distinctions, and Grants
-Presidential Teaching Scholar Fellowship 2008
Conducted empirical research investigating three professional programs (Law, Medicine, Social Work)
-Minnesota State University, Mankato Leadership Institute I, 2006-2007
-Minnesota State University, Mankato Leadership Institute II, 2007-2008,
(Read all materials but could not attend due to conflict with days teaching and Institute)
-Created a new General Education course, KSP 200 Critical Factors Impacting Public Education Today
-Development Seminar on Tenure and Promotion, Spring 2005-2008
Faculty Development Committee member, collaboratively planned and delivered this seminar for three
years
-President’s Commission on the Status of Women
Minnesota State University, Mankato
Awarded $500., Spring 2009
Professional Development Activities
-The COLLABORATION for the Advancement of College Teaching & Learning
November 21-22, 2008
Bloomington, MN
-Culture, Identity and Diversity
November 4, 2008
Minnesota State University, Mankato
-Contributors to a Great Workplace
Fall, 2008
Minnesota State University, Mankato
-Cross-Cultural Education, Dr. Laara Fitznor
October 27, 2008
Minnesota State University, Mankato
-Integrated Course Design Workshop
June 3-4, 2008
-All Annual Teaching Scholar Series
Monday-Friday, November Series of One-Hour Seminars
-Differentiating Instruction
June 30-July 2, 2008
Salt Lake City, Utah
-Summer Academy for Educators and Leaders: Building a World Where Everyone Learns
July 30-August 2, 2007
-Process-Oriented Guided-inquiry Learning (POGIL)
Fall 2007
-Academic Service Learning Workshop
June 25-26, 2009
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