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David Reed   Email |  profile

Currently teaches:

  • 5th Grade P.E.

I love working with students to challenge themselves to do their best and watch them grow academically and gain more confidence with the subject matter and I am always looking for that "ah-ha" moment of excitement when they understand difficult concepts and/or just enjoy getting engaged in the subject matter.

Over the past twenty plus years of teaching at Bullis my teaching style has changed from a more traditional teacher-centered classroom to more of a facilitator's role where the students are more in control of their learning and I am there to ask questions and help lead them in the right direction to discover the answer to the question.

There are a lot of things I like about teaching at Bullis. The students are motivated and love coming to school everyday. Bullis teaches different levels of students and challenges each one to reach their full potential. Bullis also is concerned with community service and developing the students socially, academically and emotionally. Bullis provides an environment where all students can reach their full potential by doing their best.

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Latest Campus News

At 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, March 19, most businesses and schools were shut down because of the Covid-19 outbreak, but for students of Bullis School, a full school day was beginning. How did Bullis create a remote K-12 experience true to the best about the school and stand it up in a matter of days? Here is a behind-the-scenes look into what went into the seamless transition to the Bullis Remote Learning Program.
9th Grade Human Geography students completed a 3-day Model United Nations Simulation this week on the topic of climate change and the ways in which countries can work together.
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Human Geography Megacity Project
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