Keith David Reeves

Keith David Reeves
Lamar University · Department of Educational Leadership

Doctor of Education

About

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Publications
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Introduction
Keith David Reeves is author of Insurrection: A Teacher Revolution in Defense of Children and Paperless Research Writing: Effective Digital Scaffolding for Academic Writing. He is coauthor of the Moulen-Reeves Paperless Research Paper Model. He holds diplomas from Ithaca College, George Mason University, The University of Mary Washington, Harvard University, and Lamar University, and taught educational methods at The George Washington University. He is online at KDReeves.com.
Additional affiliations
July 2011 - May 2021
Arlington Public Schools
Position
  • Senior Instructional Technology Coordinator
July 2006 - July 2011
Prince William County Public Schools
Position
  • Instructional Technology Resource Teacher
February 2004 - July 2006
Stafford County Public Schools
Position
  • Music Teacher
Education
July 2020 - August 2021
Harvard University
Field of study
  • Educational Leadership and Administration
June 2019 - December 2021
Lamar University
Field of study
  • Global Educational Leadership
September 2017 - September 2017
Consortium for School Networking
Field of study
  • Educational Technology

Publications

Publications (4)
Thesis
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Research indicates that traditional letter and number grades are inaccurate and harmful to children, while standards-based grading is both more accurate and better for all stakeholders. Despite years of study, though, standards-based report cards (SBRCs) come in many forms, and the best number and arrangement of performance level descriptors (PLDs)...

Projects

Project (1)
Project
My team is currently researching the impact of the quality of educational technology integration in elementary teaching upon student performance outcomes.