Keith David Reeves is the author of Insurrection: A Teacher Revolution in Defense of Children, a work on educational philosophy and pedagogy, and of Paperless Research Writing: Effective Digital Scaffolding for Academic Writing. He currently serves as Senior Instructional Technology Coordinator at Discovery Elementary School in Arlington, Virginia, the largest Zero Energy elementary school ever constructed in the United States, as well as Chairperson of the Virginia Society for Technology in Education. He is a Certified Educational Technology Leader.
As a national-level keynote speaker and professional developer, he frequently presents on revolutionary assessment design, school design and sustainability, the criticality of the arts, and student freedom. His work and interviews have appeared in print, live media, and podcasts nationwide, including Education Week, The Council for the Future on Education, National Public Radio, and The Huffington Post.
A native of Syracuse, New York, he has taught every grade level, K through 12, in underprivileged and affluent schools in both rural and urban settings, as well as educational methods at the university level. He was a middle school and high school band director, and is now an unapologetic advocate for the redesign of schools around comprehensively meeting the needs of each individual learner.
As an educational technologist, he is the coauthor of the Moulen-Reeves Paperless Research Paper Model and has been a consistent leader in gamification, simulation, and virtual environments for teaching and learning. Mr. Reeves was the first Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer in Virginia and was the co-inventor of a comprehensive educational technology evaluation rubric that formed the basis of EdTechReview.com.
Mr. Reeves is based just outside of Washington, D.C.; holds diplomas in education from Ithaca College, George Mason University, and The University of Mary Washington; and has taught educational methods at The George Washington University. He is currently a doctoral student at Lamar University.