Dr. Chauncey D. Reese

Adjunct Faculty, Teacher Preparation Program

Dr. Chauncey D. Reese has taught elementary self-contained classes as well as junior high ESL in both rural and urban settings. He served as a district bilingual/ESL instructional specialist before being appointed to his present position as a dean of instruction at Sam Houston High School in the Arlington ISD.

His administrative duties include the oversight of compliance with district policies and initiatives regarding state accountability; engaging staff in intensive data analysis and results planning; and evaluating the instructional delivery of content and foreign language courses. His instructional support responsibilities include the modeling of a variety of rigorous instructional strategies through demonstration teaching; model teaching and co-teaching for improved outcomes of special populations; and working with instructors on professional growth, corrective action and improvement goals.

Dr. Reese holds a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Cameron University in Lawton, Okla., a Masters of Education degree in curriculum and technology from the University of Phoenix; and a Doctorate of Education degree in teacher leadership from Walden University. His research focuses on the impact of collaborative lesson study for content teachers of English language learners, professional learning communities and sheltered instruction. He has presented and published at the local, regional and state levels in the areas of instructional technology, English learners and lesson study.