[picture]D. Kim Reid Collection
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Educational Background
M.Ed., Ph.D., Temple University
B.A., Montclair State University;

Scholarly Interests
Professor Reid's scholarly interests embrace the sociopolitical construction of disability, particularly with respect to humor, as well as special education's role as an unintentional tool of institutional racism. Sociohistorical construction of disability; inclusive instruction; classroom discourse.

Kim is currently a Professor of Education and Coordinator of Programs in Learning dis/Abilities and Disability Studies in the Department of Curriculum and Teaching at Teachers College, Columbia University. She developed this highly successful program in dis/Ability studies, forged from her decades of long work focused on the social construction of disability. Kim is Co-founder of the very successful Columbia University Seminar on Disability Studies. This ongoing series of lectures brings together scholars from a tri-state area (representing diverse disciplines, such as the humanities, social sciences, education) to engage in rich cross-disciplinary dialogue. Prominent scholars in disability studies are regularly features in this lecture series.
With over 50 published works in leading journals ranging from the Journal of Learning Disabilities, to Disability & Society and Equity and Excellence in Education, Kim’s contributions not only deconstruct long held deficit notions of disability, but reconstruct these notions in ways ranging from the serious (Anna’s Story) to the humorous (“Stand-up” comedians). Kim is a border crosser, in the most positive sense of the word—working to bridge the (mis) understandings between special education and disability studies on several fronts, including research, discourse, policy/practice and action. Kim is especially noteworthy for her mentoring of doctoral students, evidenced by her frequently co-authored publications, and by her numerous grants in support of disability studies at the graduate level.
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D. Kim Reid Faculty File
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[thumbnail] Test of Early Reading Ability
by D. Reid, W. Hresko & D. Hammill (2001)
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[thumbnail] TELD-3 : test of early language development : examiner's manual
by W. Hresko, D. Reid & D. Hammill (1999)
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[thumbnail] Teaching the learning disabled : a cognitive developmental approach
by D. Reid (1988)
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[thumbnail] The learning theory of Piaget and Inhelder
by J. McCarthy Gallagher & D. Reid (1981)
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[thumbnail] Language development, differences, and disorders : a perspective for general and special education teachers and classroom-based speech-language pathologists
by K. Fahey & D. Reid (2000)
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[thumbnail] Cognitive approaches to learning disabilities
by D. Reid, W. Hresko & H. Swanson (1996)
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[thumbnail] A Cognitive approach to learning disabilities
by D. Reid, W. Hresko & H. Swanson (1991)
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[thumbnail] The Discursive Practice of Learning Disability: Implications for Instruction and Parent-School Relations
by D. Reid & J. Valle (12/2004)
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[thumbnail] The Learning Theory of Piaget and Inhelder
by J. Gallagher & D. Reid (2002)
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