What does culturally relevant pedagogy have to offer with regard to teaching and learning during a time of physical distancing?
Reid, S. (2021). What does culturally relevant pedagogy have to offer with regard to teaching and learning during a time of physical distancing? Journal for multicultural education, 15 (2), pp.129-137.
Duethnographic encounters: Opening spaces for difficult dialogues in times of uncertainty.
Reid, S., Reid, J., & Reid, J.D. (2019 ). A trioethnnography of our experiences as BlackGay youth. In T. Folwer, M., & W.S. Allen (Eds.), Duethnographic encounters: Opening spaces for difficult dialogues in times of uncertainty. New York, NY: DIO.
Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the Fundamentals.
Reid, S. (2019 ). “…And we became dragonflies”: Centering students’ counternarratives in the classroom. In J. Wearing, M. Ingersoll, C. Deluca, B. Bolden, H. Ogden, & T.M. Christou (Eds.), Key Concepts in Curriculum Studies: Perspectives on the fundamentals. New York, NY: Routledge.
Essays on Exclusion: Our Critical, Collective Journey Toward Equity in Education.
Reid, S., & Devereaux, C. (2019). Why can’t you see us? The visibilization of Blackwomen and Blackqueer folx. In P.Boda (Ed.), Essays on exclusion: Our critical, collective journey toward equity in education, pp.65-84.New York, NY: DIO Press Inc.
Reid, S. (2020). Book review of We Want To Do More Than Survive: Abolitionist teaching and the pursuit of educational freedom. Urban Education.
There's more to our lives: Reflecting on the materials we select to "culturally relevantize" our curricula.
Reid, S. (2020). There's more to our lives: Reflecting on the materials we select to "culturally relevantize" our curricula. Green Schools National Network.
Reid, S. (2020). Blackgayboysinthekitchen. Colorbloq.
Knight-Manuel, M., Reid, S., & Knight, C. (accepted). Culturally relevant teaching, LGBTQ+ youth of color, and inclusive curriculum. Encyclopedia for Social Justice in Education. London: Bloomsbury
Tran, V.A., Saunders, E.C., Reid, S., & Fube, L. (forthcoming). Conceptions of care and graduate student researcher positionality: Struggling to reconcile “researcher” care with personal moral commitments. In K. Clonan-Roy, N. Gross, P. Nagarajan, & V. Vasudevan (Eds.), Caring and being there: Complicating qualitative research with youth in school settings. London: Bloomsbury.
Reid, S., Sealey-Ruiz, Y. & Muhammad, G. E. (forthcoming). Policy brief: Retention of teachers of color. NYU Metropolitan Center for Research on Equity and the Transformation of Schools.