Deborah S Reed

Associate Instructor

Exceptional, Deaf, and Interpreter Education | College of Education & Human Services

Areas of Expertise

Research Interests:


1. Inclusive education for students with moderate and severe disabilities

2. Service learning and teacher preparation in professional development schools


3. Improving post-secondary outcomes for students with disabilities

Education

Ed.D., University of North Florida

Biography

Awards

2019 Outstanding Undergraduate Teacher Award

Affiliations

Dr. Reed serves as Faculty in Residence at the Urban Professional Development School Lake Shore Middle. She is also a member of the AACTE national clinical practice commission and was recently appointed co-chair to the special education subcommittee. 

Publications & Presentations

PUBLICATIONS:

  • AACTE Clinical Practice Commission, American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education. (2018). A pivot toward clinical practice, its lexicon, and the renewal of educator preparation. Retrieved from https://secure.aacte.org/apps/rl/resource.php?resid=676&ref=rl
  • Reed, D. S. & Gray, D. J. (in press). Fostering a civic ethos: Teacher candidates as effective citizens in an urban PDS, special education context. Advances in Teacher Education. Information Age Publishing.
  • Reed, D. S., Nunes, J. L., & Burton, T. M. (2014). Individualized education programs. In Williams, J. Seabrooks-Blackmore, L. Roberson, & C. Thomas (Eds.), Individualizing Special Education, 4th ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
  • Reed, D. S. & Burton, T. M. (2014). Traumatic brain injury. In G. Williams, J. Seabrooks-Blackmore, L. Roberson, & C. Thomas (Eds.), Individualizing Special Education, 4th ed. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.
  • Ryndak, D. L., Reed, D., Szumski, G., Orlando, A., & Gao, W. (2014). Societal inclusion internationally: Initiatives, illustrations, challenges, and recommendations.  In M. Agran, F. Brown, C. Hughes, C. Quirk, & D. L. Ryndak  (Eds.), Equity & Full Participation for Individuals with Severe Disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes.
  • Reed, D. (2010). Transition to Employment: Moving Forward? APSE Connections.
  • Reed, D. (2009). College Students with Bipolar Disorder and Their Personal Transition from High School to College. Dissertation.
  • Reed, D., & Duran, D. (2009). The Ramifications of Farris v Department of Children and Families. A White Paper funded by the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council.
  • Reed, D. & Duran, D. (2007). Barriers to Accessing Preventive Breast Health Care for Women with Disabilities. A White Paper funded by the Florida Developmental Disabilities Council.
  • Parent, W., Sherron, P., Stallard, D., and Booth, M. (1993). Job Development and Placement: Strategies for Success. Journal of Vocational Rehabilitation, 3(3), 17-26.
  • Wehman, P., Booth, M., Stallard, D., Mundy, A., Sherron, P., West, M., & Cifu, D. (1994). Return to work for persons with traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury: three case studies. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 17(3), 268-277.
  • Wehman, P., Inlow, D., Altman, A., Mundy, A., West, M., Coplin, B., Kreutzer, J., and Zasler, N. (1991). Return to work for individuals recovering from stroke or traumatic brain injury: Three case studies. Canadian Journal of Rehabilitation, 5(1), 45-50.

PRESENTATIONS

  • (2018) Reed, Roselle, West & Rodriguez. “AACTE’s Clinical Practice Commission (CPC) Special Education Task Force: Our charge and our work”. Presented November 2018 at TED 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • (2018) Hoppey, Kilpatrick, Seabrooks-Blackmore, Reed, & Gray. “Engaging in Courageous Conversations around Innovative Program Redesign”. Presented November 2018 at TED 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • (2018) “The work of the AACTE Clinical Practice Commission and Special Education Taskforce”. Presented November 2018 at the Florida Association for Colleges of Teacher Education conference in Orlando, Florida.
  • (2018) Reed, Waugh, Wind & Dwyer. “Teacher Preparation in a PDS special education STEM context: Transformation through service learning pedagogy”. Presented March 2018 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Jacksonville, FL.
  • (2018) Reed, Seabrooks-Blackmore & Gray. “Working Memory and Metacognitive Awareness of Learning Strategies”. Presented March 2018 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Jacksonville, FL.
  • (2018) Hoppey & Reed. “The Perfect Storm: One Program’s Story of Engaging in Courageous Conversations Around Program Redesign”. Presented March 2018 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Jacksonville, FL.
  • (2018) Dana, Yendol-Hoppey, Reed & Benedict. “Florida Association for Colleges of Teacher Education Clinical Practice Panel”. Panel presentation March 2018 at the Florida Association for Colleges of Teacher Education conference in Orlando, FL.
  • (2018). Reed, Roselle, Alfano & Barber. “Celebrating Our Professional Identity, Shared Knowledge and Advocacy”. Presented March 2018 at the American Association of Colleges of Teacher Education national conference in Baltimore, MD.
  • (2018) Yendol-Hoppey, Reed & Hall. “Reaching all Children: T.E.A.M. PDS Teaching for Equity, Achievement, Meaning through Urban Professional Development Schools”. Presented February 2018 at the MOCA Carnegie Celebration in Jacksonville, FL.
  • (2018) AACTE Clinical Practice Commission. “A pivot toward clinical practice, its lexicon, and the renewal of educator preparation”. Paper presented January 2018 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
  • (2017) Reed. “Teacher Preparation in a PDS special education context: Transformation through service learning pedagogy”. Presented March 2017 at the Gulf South Summit on Service Learning and Civic Engagement in Greensboro, North Carolina.
  • (2017) Parsons, Lucero, Kennedy & Reed. “AACTE’s Clinical Practice Commission: Our Charge and Our Work”. Presented March 2017 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2017) Reed. “Teacher Preparation in a PDS special education context: Transformation through service learning pedagogy”. Presented March 2017 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2017) Reed & Gray. “Working Memory and Metacognitive Awareness of Learning Strategies”. Presented March 2017 at the National Association of Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2016) Syverud, Reed, Garret, & Peppers. “Preservice Special Educators Impacting Our University-School Partners: A Breadth and Depth of Inclusive Clinical Practices”. Presented October 2016 at the Florida Council for Exceptional Children conference in Orlando, Florida.
  • (2016) Reed, Veneziale, Santuchi, & Vinachi. “The Last Portable On The Left: Structural Inequities that lead to [Un]intended Consequences”. Presented April 2016 at Hodges Blvd Presbyterian Church in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • (2016) Reed, Gray, & Santuchi. “Service Learning in an Urban Professional Development School: A Qualitative Study”. Presented March 2016 at the National Association for Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2016) Reed, Gray, & Santuchi. “Working Memory and Metacognitive Awareness of Learning Strategies”. Presented March 2016 at the National Association for Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2016) Reed & Lipps. “How Does Your Garden Grow?: Cultivating Minds and Plants in a PDS”. Presented March 2016 at the National Association for Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2016) Reed, Gray, Santuchi, & Vinachi. Using Peer Supports in a PDS Context: Working Toward Inclusion of Students with Disabilities”. Presented March 2016 at the National Association for Professional Development Schools conference in Washington, D.C.
  • (2016) Reed & Syverud. “Quality Assurance: Sharing Best Practices Across Higher Educational Institutions”. Presented February 2016 at the COBEC Winter Conference in Independence Village, Belize.
  • (2016) Reed & Syverud. “Special Education”. Workshop for Belizean teacher representatives from respective schools in Belmapon, Belize.
  • (2016) Syverud & Reed. “Preventing Reading Failures”. Workshop for Belizean teacher representatives from respective schools in Belmapon, Belize.
  • (2015) Syverud, Reed, et al. “International Professional Development School Partnership”. Presented November 2015 at Kuxlin Ha Government School in Belmapon, Belize.
  • (2015) Reed, Syverud, et al. “International Professional Development School Partnership”. Presented November 2015 at the University of Belize in Belmapon, Belize.
  • (2015) Reed, Hersch, Meyers, & Mosteller. “Teacher Preparation in a PDS Context: Working with Struggling 7th grade Math Students”. Presented October 2015 at the Florida Council for Exceptional Children conference in Orlando, Florida.
  • (2015) Syverud, Reed, Seabrooks-Blackmore, Patterson, Hersch, Myers, Santuchi. “A University-Schools Partnership that Fosters Citizenship for Children with Disabilities”. Presented October 2015 at the Florida Council for Exceptional Children conference in Orlando, Florida.
  • (2015) Reed, Keating, & Kontol. “Working with Students with Autism in a PDS Context: Using Tablets to Enhance Learning, Communication and Socialization”. Presented March 2015 at the National Professional Development Schools conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • (2015) Svyreud & Reed. “An Institutional Commitment to Equity: Fostering Effective Citizenship in an Urban Professional Development School”. Presented March 2015 at the National Professional Development Schools conference in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • (2014) Seabrooks-Blackmore, Patterson, Reed, & Fleming. “The I-I-I’s Have It: Advancing Academic Skills Among Students with Disabilities Through Assistive Technology”. Scholarly paper presented November 2014 at the International Conference on Urban Education in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
  • (2014) Reed & Perry. “Teacher Preparation in a Professional Development School Context: Service-Learning Pedagogy Aimed at Enhanced civic Outcomes”. Presented October 2014 at the Eastern Region Campus Compact Conference: Moving Us Forward: Fifty Years On: From Civil Rights to Critical Engagement in Jacksonville, Florida.
  • (2014) Reed & Dawes. “Addressing Challenging Behaviors of Students with Autism and Intellectual Disabilities”. Workshop training for Duval County Public School special education teachers. April 2014 at Lakeshore Middle School.
  • (2014) Svyreud, Reed, Veneziale, Sowers, Stevenson, Ramdas, Klabacka. “Let’s Talk”. Presented March 2014 at the National Professional Development School conference in Las Vegas.
  • (2014) Reed. “Teacher Preparation in a PDS context: Service Learning Pedagogy Aimed at Enhanced Civic Outcomes for Future Special Educators”. Presented March 2014 at the National Professional Development School conference in Las Vegas.
  • (2014) Reed & Sowers. “Perspectives on Nexus 7 Tablets and Communication of Students with Disabilities: The Convergence of Community Collaboration in a PDS context”. Presented March 2014 at the National Professional Development School conference in Las Vegas.
  • (2014) Reed. “Professional Development for Paraprofessionals”. Workshop training for Duval County Public School paraprofessionals. Series of monthly training on working with students with autism and intellectual disabilities. Fall 2013 – Spring 2014 at Lakeshore Middle School.
  • (2013) “Engaging Jacksonville: An Inside Look at Three Innovative Community-University Partnerships”. Presented May 2013 at the National Campus Compact conference in Dearborn, Michigan.
  • (2013) “Enhancing The Collegiate Experience:  Special Education Teacher Candidates And Civic Engagement In An Urban Professional Development School”. Presented February 2013 at the National Professional Development School conference in New Orleans.
  • (2013) “Making A Positive Difference In Our Urban Professional Development Schools”. Presented February 2013 at the National Professional Development School conference in New Orleans.
  • (2013) “Fostering Civic Awareness Of Our Teacher Candidates In A PDS Context:  Meeting The Needs Of School Partners, Struggling Learners, And Students With Exceptionalities”. Presented February 2013 at the National Professional Development School conference in New Orleans.
  • (2013) “Assessment’s Role in the Continuous Improvement of Community-Based Experiences: One University’s Approach”. Presented March 2013 at the Gulf South Summit regional conference in Louisville, Kentucky.
  • (2013) “Enhancing The Collegiate Experience:  Special Education Teacher Candidates And Civic Engagement In An Urban Professional Development School”. Presented March 2013 at the Gulf South Summit regional conference in Louisville, Kentucky.

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