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Elizabeth P. Reynolds


Office: 308-F Tillman Hall
Phone: 864-656-4777
Vita: Click Here

Educational Background

1986 University of South Carolina Ed.S. K-12 Educational Administration 1990 University of South Carolina Ph.D. K-12 Educational Administration

1984 University of South Carolina M. Ed. K-12 Educational Administration

1973 North Greenville College Associate of Arts 1974 University of South Carolina BA. English/Education


•Former K-12 teacher, principal, K-12 district director, assistant superintendent, state, national, and international consultant, adjunct professor, and author
•Recognized K-12 building and district level educator with comprehensive and deep knowledge of curriculum, assessment, and instruction; data analysis and use; change leadership; performance leadership; organizational effectiveness
•Performance driven and experienced leader with proven ability to collaboratively coach and work with others to develop capacity needed to drive change for student achievement and organizational success in K-12 school and districts in multiple states and and in varied demographic contexts
•Skilled designer and facilitator of professional learning for K-12 teacher, principal, and central office leadership teams at the local, state, national, and international levels; co-author of two books for educational leaders on use of research-based strategies to increase student learning and achievement (Solution Tree Publishing; currently on display in Tillman)
•A continuous learner and passionate teacher who's delighted to be at Clemson!
•A proud grandmother of FIVE!

Courses Taught

EDL 7300 Techniques of Supervision
EDL 7150 School and Community Relations
EDL 7400 Curriculum
EDL 8500/8510 District Level Internship in Educational Leadership
EDL 7500/7510 School Level Internship in Educational Leadership
EDL 9250 District Instructional Leadership

Research Interests

Leadership in the Principalship and the Superintendency: Impacting Both Student Achievement and Organizational Effectiveness
School Improvement/Leadership Development and Capacity Building
Curriculum; Assessment; Instruction
Performance Leadership; Use of Data in Informed Decision Making
Change Leadership
Equity, Access, Diversity, and Opportunity: Fair is Not Equal
Educational Reform: Rigor and High Expectations for All
Teacher Quality
Professional Learning Communities
Climate and Culture; Relationships

Supervision of Instruction