University of Vermont

Faculty Biography

Faculty Biography | Kenneth Reissig

Kenneth Reissig

Kenneth ReissigLecturer

Contact Information:
Waterman 207

Ken Reissig has an extensive background that includes middle level through college teaching, public education administration, and higher education program development and administration. He authored and developed Champlain College's middle/secondary education major and has served on several state accreditation committees. His research and teaching interest include, brain-based learning, social justice education, service learning and technology integration. He is the higher education representative on the Vermont Teachers of Mathematics Council.

Areas of Expertise:

Adolescent Development; Curriculum and Instruction; Learning and Cognition; Teacher Education; Technology and Learning

Current Projects:

Technology Integration Professional Development, Vermont Middle Grades Professional Development Collaborative

Courses Taught in the Last 5 Years

Learners, Development&Learning; Literacy & Mathematics; Middle Grades Math&Sci Methods; Middle Level Student Teaching; Middle School Org & Pedagogy; Teachers & Teaching Process; Teachers & Teaching Process6; Teaching Practicum II; Teaching Young Adolescents9.

Licensure or Certifications

  • Vermont Principal's License: Level II
  • Vermont Professional Educator's License: Level II

Professional Associations

  • Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD), National Middle School Association (NMSA), New England League of Middle Schools (NELMS)