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David Reider has been very active both in developing, promoting, designing and evaluating educational initiatives efforts in STEM and arts education for over 18 years. While Research Scientist at BBN Tehcnologies, he led World Band (US, Germany, Korea), one of the earliest Internet instances of a cross-site internet concert (1995), OLMEL, Online Music Education Learning Model (1997), and Kids ‘N Music (Kids ‘N Blues, Kids ‘N Salsa), developed for Co-nect schools in five states. Kids ‘N Blues (Memphis) was nominated to the President’s Council on the Arts and Humanities 1998 National Report of Best Practices and won the National School Board Association 1998 Technology Innovation Award. As consultant for Dept. of Defense Schools (1994-2002), he developed student-centered technology leadership programs for American schools in Italy and Germany.

He has participated in and led program evaluations since 1996, founding Education Design in 1997. He has presented annually since 2005 at national conferences such as AERA, AEA, Massachusetts STEM Summit, NSF and Dept of Education PI meetings; participates regularly in panel reviews (NSF, Dept. of Education I3, AEMDD), and is active in national working groups on workforce development and systems thinking in evaluation.

Formerly a professional musician (saxophone and flute), he played with the Boston Art Quartet for 8 years and has appeared in clubs, concerts and festivals abroad in Italy, Spain, France, Germany, Switzerland, Portugal, and Korea, as well as Stateside. He was Visiting Associate Professor at University of Massachusetts, Boston.
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