Dr. Timothy Reynolds

Associate Professor
Department: Education
Office: 241 C Homer Bast Center
Phone: 375-2565

treynold@roanoke.edu

Degrees:

B.S. - James Madison University, Political Science and History; M.Ed. - University of Virginia, Curriculum and Instruction; Ph.D. - University of Virginia, Curriculum and Instruction

Course List

Research & Teaching Interests:

Elementary Methods, Foundations and Philosophy of Education, International Education,
Student Centered Instruction, including differentiated instruction and cooperative learning

Scholarly Activities:

Teacher Professional Development, Teacher Change/School Reform, Community Education, Constructivism/Sociocultural Learning, Comparative International Education

Extracurricular:

International Travel, Church & Humanitarian Work, Singing

Recent Publications:

Reynolds, T., Whitt, G., and Murrill, L. (2005). Learning from organizations: Mobilizing and sustaining teacher change. The Education Forum.

Reynolds, T. (2004). Entertaining students at the table of learning. In Donna Braband (Ed.), Let the Children Come…A Devotional Guide. Chicago: ELEA and The ELCA Department for Schools.

Reynolds, T. (2003). A student’s thanksgiving. In Donna Braband (Ed.), Linking Hearts and Hands. A Devotional Guide. Chicago: ELEA and The ELCA Department for Schools.

Reynolds, T. & Murrill, L. (2002). Sharing and learning in Virginia: A learner-centered approach to teacher development. SRATE Journal.

Previous Work:

National Research Center on the Gifted and Talented, Research Assistant; Bartlesville Wesleyan College, Education Professor; Munich International School, Teacher, Department of Defense Dependent Schools (Vilseck, Germany), Teacher;
Roanoke City Schools, Teacher

Available as a Media resource for the following topics:

International Education
Differentiated Instruction
Teacher Professional Development
School Reform

Willing to speak to professional, social or civic groups on: