Elizabeth Reed

Graduate Teaching Lecturer, Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching

Phone: (603) 298-6700
E-mail: ekreed@plymouth.edu
Website: centerforschoolsuccess.org

Profile

Elizabeth K. Reed, MEd, Center for School Success (CSS) Senior Learning Specialist, holds a Master’s Degree in Early Education from Plymouth State University. Over the last twenty years she has worked with students from preschool through adult, as a preschool teacher, child care director, special education learning assistant, teacher and college instructor. Mrs. Reed serves as a member of the CSS inter-disciplinary assessment team conducting neurodevelopmental assessments for school-aged children. Mrs. Reed also teaches the Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching Courses written by CSS.

Degrees and Education

MEd, Plymouth State University
BA, Wells College

Research Interests

Mind, Brain, Health and Education
Students with Special Needs
Differentiating Instruction
Child Development

Conference Presentations

Movement and the Brain
The Role of Motivation in Learning
Moving Toward Motivation
Attention and Memory Demands of School
Parent’s Role in Homework
A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Teaching
Challenging Students to Reach Their Potential
Why Students Struggle and How We Can Help
A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Differentiating Instruction
A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Math
A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Reading
A Neurodevelopmental Approach to Writing

Associations, Boards, and Committees

NAEYC
VAEYC

Courses Taught

ND 5000 Foundations in Neurodevelopmental Theory
ND 5010 Teaching with Talent, Knowledge and Skill: Translating Neurodevelopmental Strengths into Effective Classroom Practice
ND 5020 Applying a Neurodevelopmental Approach to Instructional Practice (Curriculum and Assessment)
ND 5030 Using Collaboration to Enhance Instructional Practices
ND 5040 Using Authentic Data to Engage Students’ Minds
ND 5050 Understanding and Remembering: The Role of Attention and Memory in Learning