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Assistant professor receives Transformation Through Teaching nomination

October 28, 2014 Leave a comment Go to comments
College of Education faculty and staff headshots. Deborah Reed

Dr. Deborah Reed

Dr. Deborah Reed has been nominated for the Transformation Through Teaching recognition by the Spiritual Life Project at FSU. She is one of two College of Education professors to receive a nomination.

Reed is an assistant professor of Special Education in the School of Teacher Education where she teaches courses in reading instruction for students with high incidence disabilities such as Advanced Studies in Learning Disabilities, Response to Reading Intervention and Individualizing Reading Instruction for Students with Disabilities.

Reed is also a faculty member at the Florida Center for Reading Research. Her research focuses on the identification of and intervention for reading disabilities, particularly among adolescents.

The Transformation Through Teaching program honors full-time faculty that have had an intellectual, inspirational, and integrative impact on the lives of their students. Students nominated teachers for this recognition based on their transformational role in the students’ academic life. The Transformation Through Teaching dinner will be held on November 17 at the President’s House.

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