Mary Reid is an assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum, Teaching & Learning as well as an Elementary Coordinator in the Master of Teaching program. Mary’s research interests include math teacher education, math anxiety in the classroom, gender gaps in STEM, and building efficacy for math teaching.
Mary’s most recent study critically examines the gender and race gaps in math performance, specifically for learners who are female and of colour. Minority females are vastly under-represented in all STEM fields and Mary’s research attempts to uncover the barriers minority females face as math learners.
- Reid, M., Reid, S., Norenberg, D., Ferreyro Mazieres, S., & Hewitt, J. (2020, May). Measuring the effectiveness of a math proficiency course: Implications for elementary math teacher education and teacher quality. Paper accepted for presentation at the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) 48th Annual Conference, London, ON. [Conference cancelled due to COVID-19 pandemic.]
- Reid, M., Reid, S., & Hewitt, J. (2018). Nervous about numbers: Math content knowledge and math anxiety of teacher candidates. Master of Teaching Journal, 1. Retrieved from https://mtrj.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/mtrj/article/view/29216
- Reid, M., & Reid, S. (2018). Transforming teacher candidates’ beliefs about math: A collaborative journey in self-study. In W. B. James and C. Cobanoglu (Eds.), Proceedings of the Global Conference on Education
and Research: Volume 2, (p. 28). Florida: Association of North America Higher Education International (ANAHEI) Publishing.