Associate Professor of Teacher Education
Bell Hall 014A
Ph.D. EDCI (Science), University of Maryland
M.A. (Science), University of Maryland
B.S. Biology, Andrews University
Dr. Reid began her teaching career in multi-grade schools in Indiana and Virginia. She moved to Washington, D.C., in 1987 and taught middle school math and science at John Nevins Andrews SDA elementary school for nine years. She began to teach teachers through work at Columbia Union College in the Education Department. Dr. Reid is now the Director of Student Teaching at Andrews University, where she places student teachers in their fieldwork experiences and tracks their progress in the later stages of the certification process. She is the mother of three daughters and their husbands, and the grandmother of four grandchildren. She enjoys day hikes along the shore of Lake Michigan
Current Research or Professional Activities:
Dr. Reid is interested in the many ways that reading is connected to success in science classes. The intergration of math and the several science disciplines also occupies her efforts as she works with the Integrated Science majors for elementary and secondary certification. She recently published an article on safety in the science classroom.