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Luke Reynolds is a passionate teacher and writer who has many years of experience teaching in middle and high schools in both Connecticut and Massachusetts. He is the author of a variety of books for early readers, middle grade students, young adults, and teachers. Research interests include: creativity in the classroom, balanced teaching approaches, service learning, motivating tweens and teens, social justice in the public school culture, and sustainable energy in education.
Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction
Northern Arizona University
Master of Arts in English, Creative Writing Concentration
Bachelor of Arts in Education and English
ED125: Intro to Secondary Education
ED240: Content Area Literacy
ED339: Classroom Assessment
- Reynolds, L., (2013). A Call to Creativity: Writing, Reading, and Inspiring Students in an Age of Standardization. New York, New York: Teachers College Press.
- Reynolds, L., (2018). Fantastic Failures: True Stories of People Who Changed the World by Falling Down First. Hillsboro, Oregon: Beyond Words / Simon & Schuster.
- Reynolds, L., (2015). The Looney Experiment. Grand Rapids, Michigan: Blink / HarperCollins.