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Kevin J. Reins, Ph.D., Associate Professor
School of Education
Division of Curriculum & Instruction
Delzell Education Center, 218b
Office: (605) 677-5831
Kevin J. Reins is an associate professor of mathematics education in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at The University of South Dakota, teaching courses in elementary, middle and secondary mathematics methods at the graduate and undergraduate levels. He reviews manuscripts and related works for Mathematics Teacher, Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School, and Allyn & Bacon. Currently he serves as a liaison for the partnership between the South Dakota Discovery Center and USD and is the State of South Dakota’s team leader for the Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics (ASSM). His research and service foci are digital inking practices and pen-based computing, the use of Lesson Study with preservice and inservice mathematics teachers, instructional strategies and technology-mediated teaching and learning in mathematics.
One page biosketch
Reins, K.J. (2007). Digital tablet PCs as new "technologies of writing" and learning: A survey of perceptions of digital ink technology. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 7(3), 1-16.
Reins, K.J. (2006). Chapter 7: Geometry. In R. Kansky (Ed.) Teaching for K-12 mathematical understanding using the Conceptual Change Model. Saiwood, CA: Saiwood Publications
Reins, K.J. (2010). Chapter 21: Annotation practices with pen-based technologies. In J. Yamamoto (Ed.) Technology Implementation and Teacher Education: Reflective Models. IGI Global