## Publikationen

- Papers in refereed journals
- Refereed conference papers published in proceedings
- Refereed Book Chapters
- Books
- Book Chapters
- Papers in non-refereed journals
- Papers delivered at professional meetings, conferences and seminars
- Theses
- Edited works
- Participation in and leadership given to professional conferences, workshops, symposia, etc.

### Papers in refereed journals

Reid, D. A., Simmt, E., Savard, A., Suurtamm, C., Manuel, D., Lin, T. W. J., Quigley, B., Knipping, C. (2015). Observing observers: Using video to prompt and record reflections on teachers' pedagogies in four regions of Canada. Research in Comparative and International Education, 10(3) 367-382 DOI: 10.1177/1745499915580425Reid, D. & Mgombelo, J. (2015). Survey of key concepts in enactivist theory and methodology. ZDM Mathematics Education. DOI 10.1007/s11858-014-0634-7

Reid, D. (2014). The coherence of enactivism and mathematics education research: A case study. AVANT. The Journal of the Philosophical Interdisciplinary Vanguard 5(2), 137-172.

Reid, D. (2014). Is FLM an enactivist journal? For the Learning of Mathematics 34(1) 10-11.

De Freitas, E., Wagner, D., Esmonde, I., Knipping, C., Lunney Borden, L., & Reid, D. (2012). Discursive Authority and Sociocultural Positioning in the Mathematics Classroom: New Directions for Teacher Professional Development. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 12(2), 137-159.

Reid, D. (2011). An enactivist reaction to Samson & Schäfer. For the Learning of Mathematics 31(2) 16.

Reid, D., Knipping, C., & Crosby, M.
(2011). Refutations
and the logic of practice. PNA,
6(1), 1-10. HANDLE.

Pedemonte, B. & Reid, D. (2010). The role of abduction in proving processes. Educational Studies in Mathematics, 76(3), 281-303.

Cañadas, C. Deulofeu, J. Figueiras, L.
Reid, D. Yevdokimov, O. (2008): Perspectivas teóricas en el
proceso de elaboración de conjeturas e implicaciones para la
práctica: tipos y pasos. *Enseñanza de las Ciencias, 26*
(3), 431-444

Knoll, E. & Reid D. (2007) Discussing beauty in
mathematics and in art. *For the Learning of Mathematics
27*(3) 31-33.

Cañadas, M.C., Deulofeu, J., Figueiras, L., Reid, D.,
Yevdokimov, O. (2007) The conjecturing process: Perspectives
in theory and implications in practice.* Journal of
Teaching and Learning 5*(1) 55-72.

Reid, D. (2007) Observations on an observer’s attachment to
the idea of reality. *Constructivist Foundations 3*(1)
19-20.

Sookochoff, S., Simmt, E., & Reid, D.
(2007). The teacher/researcher and proving in high school
mathematics. *Delta-K,* *44*(2)
11-19.

Brown, L. & Reid,
D. (2006) Embodied
Cognition: Somatic markers, purposes and emotional
orientations. *Educational Studies in
Mathematics, 63*(2) 179-192.

Reid, D. & Inglis, M. (2005) Talking
about logic. For the
Learning of Mathematics, 25(2) 24-25.

Reid, D. (2004) Teaching Mathematics Through Brick Patterns. Nexus Network Journal, 6(2),
113-123. Available online: DOI: 10.1007/s00004-004-0022-7

Reid, D. & Zack, V. (2004) Good-enough understanding:
Theorising about the learning of complex ideas (part 2) For the Learning of
Mathematics, 24(1) 24-28. Available
online: PDF

Reid, D. & Zack, V. (2003) Good-enough understanding:
Theorising about the learning of complex ideas (part 1). For the Learning of
Mathematics, 23(3) 43-50. Available
online: PDF

Reid, D. (2003) Review of *M. C.
Escher's legacy: A centennial celebration*. *Nexus
Network Journal, 5*(2), Available
online: DOI: 10.1007/s00004-003-0024-x

Reid, D. (2002) Describing reasoning in
early elementary school mathematics. *Teaching Children
Mathematics,* December 2002, 234-237.

Reid, D. (2002) Elements in accepting an
explanation. *Journal of Mathematical Behavior, 20*(4)
527-547.

Reid, D. (2002) Conjectures and
refutations in grade 5 mathematics. *Journal for Research
in Mathematics Education,* *33*(1) 5-29

Reid, D. & Drodge, E. (2000). Embodied Cognition and the
Mathematical Emotional Orientation. *Mathematical Thinking
and Learning, 2*(4), pp. 249-267

Reid, D. & Brown, L. (1999). Fork in the road. * For
the Learning of Mathematics 19*(3), pp. 15-22.

Reid, D. (1998) Sharing ideas about teaching proving. *Mathematics
Teacher
91*(8) pp. 704-707.

### Refereed conference papers published in proceedings

Vallejo, E., & Reid, D. (2016). The double role played by examples in a third grade class: The case of the Goldbach’s Conjecture. In Csíkos, C., Rausch, A., & Szitányi, J. (Eds.). Proceedings of the 40th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol. 1. Szeged, Hungary: PME.

Cai, J. Reid, D. (2015). Is Grouping Really Essential? Contribution to Grouping students by attainment is essential for their learning of mathematics: A debate, chaired by H. Forgasz. In K. Beswick, T. Muir & J. Wells (Eds.) Proceedings of the 39th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 1, pp 79-87). Hobart, Australia: PME. (Invited contribution)

Manuel, D., Savard, A., & Reid, D. (2015). Observing
teachers: The mathematics pedagogy of Quebec francophone and
anglophone teachers. 10th
International Symposium on Mathematics and its Connections
to the Arts and Sciences. 28th - 30th May 2015,
University of Education Schwäbsich Gmünd, Germany. To appear
in the proceedings.

Reid, D., Savard, A., Manuel, D., & Lin, T. (2015). Québec anglophone teachers' pedagogies: Observations from an auto-ethnography. Paper presented to Working Group 19 Mathematics teacher and classroom practices, at the ninth Congress of the European Research in Mathematics Education, Prague, 4-8 February 2015. To appear in the proceedings.

Knipping, C., Rott, D., & Reid, D. (2015). Disparate arguments in mathematics classrooms. Paper presented to Working Group 1 Argumentation and Proof, at the ninth Congress of the European Research in Mathematics Education, Prague, 4-8 February 2015. To appear in the proceedings.

Manuel, D., Savard, A. & Reid, D. (2014). Observing teachers: The mathematics pedagogy of Quebec francophone and anglophone teachers. Poster to be presented at the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vancouver, Canada, 15-20 July 2014.

Reid, D. (2013) The Biological Basis for Deductive Reasoning. Paper presented to Working Group 1: Argumentation and Proof, at the eighth annual conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education. Manavgat/Side, Turkey. 6 - 10 February 2013.

Knipping, C., & Reid D. (2013). Have you got the rule
underneath? Invisible pedagogic practice and stratification.
In Lindmeier, A. M. & Heinze, A. (Eds.). Proceedings
of the 37th Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vol. 3, pp.
193-200. Kiel, Germany: PME.

Reid, D. (2011). Understanding proof and transforming teaching. In Wiest, L., & Lamberg, T. (Eds.) Proceedings of the Thirty-third Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. (pp. 15-30) Reno NV: University of Nevada. (Invited Plenary presentation)

Reid, D., Knipping, C. & Crosby, M. (2008). Refutations
and the logic of practice. In Figueras, O., Cortina, J.L.,
Alatorre, S., Rojano, T., & Sepúlveda, A. (Eds.). Proceedings
of the Thirty-second Annual Conference of the International
Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education
(Vol 4, pp. 169-176) México: Cinvestav-UMSNH. Available
online: PDF

Knipping, C., Reid, D.A., Gellert, U., Jablonka, E. (2008) The
emergence of disparity in performance in mathematics
education. In J.F. Matos, P. Valero & K. Yasukawa (Eds.) Proceedings of the Fifth
International Mathematics Education and Society Conference,
Part 1 (pp. 320-329). Centro de Investigação em Educação,
Universidade de Lisboa / Department of Education, Learning and
Philosophy, Aalborg University. Available
online: PDF

Jablonka, E., Gellert, U., Knipping, C., Reid, D. (2008) The
production of legitimate text and the stratification of
achievement in mathematics classrooms. In J.F. Matos, P.
Valero & K. Yasukawa (Eds.) Proceedings
of the Fifth International Mathematics Education and Society
Conference, (pp. 122-124). Centro de Investigação em
Educação, Universidade de Lisboa / Department of Education,
Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University. Available
online: PDF

Zack, V. & Reid, D. (2006). Learning about mathematics and about mathematics learning through and in collaboration. In Novotná, J., Moraová, H., Krátká, M. & Stehlíková, N.(Eds.). Proceedings of the Thirtieth Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, (Vol. 1, pp. 116-120). Prague: PME.

Reid, D. (2005) The meaning of proof in mathematics
education. Paper presented
to Working Group 4: Argumentation and Proof, at the Fourth
annual conference of the European Society for Research in
Mathematics Education. Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain.
17 - 21 February 2005. Proceedings to appear. Currently
Available online at: http://cerme4.crm.es/Papers%20definitius/4/Reid.pdf
.

Brown L. & Reid, D. (2004). Emotional orientations and
somatic markers: Implications for mathematics education. In
M.J. Høines & A.B. Fuglestad (Eds.), Proceedings
of the Twenty-eighth conference of the International Group
for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 1,
pp. 123-126). Bergen: PME

Brown, L., Reid, D. & Coles, A. (2004) Constraints and
freedoms: Seeing somatic markers in teachers’ decision-making
and students’ reasoning in mathematics classrooms. Research
in Mathematics Education: Papers of the British Society for
Research into Learning Mathematics.

Reid, D. (2003) *Forms and uses of
abduction*. Paper presented to Working Group 4: Proof
and argumentation, at the Third annual conference of the
European Society for Research in Mathematics Education.
Bellaria, Italy. Feb/March 2003. Available
online: PDF

Reid, D. (2002). Describing young
children’s deductive reasoning.
In A. Cockburn & E. Nardi (Eds.)
*Proceedings of the Twentieth-sixth Annual Conference of
the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education,*(Vol. IV pp. 105-112) Norwich, UK.* *
Available online: PDF

Reid, D. (1999). Needing to explain: The mathematical
emotional orientation. In Orit Zaslavsky (Ed.) *Proceedings
of the Twentieth-third Annual Conference of the
International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*,(Vol. 4 pp. 105-112) Haifa, Israel. Available
online: HTML

Reid, D. (1998). Why is proof by contradiction difficult? In
Alwyn Olivier and Karen Newstead (Eds.) *Proceedings of the
Twentieth-second Annual Conference of the International
Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, *(Vol.
4 pp. 41-48 ) Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Reid, D. (1997). Jill's use of deductive reasoning: A case
study from grade 10. In Dossey, J. A., Swafford, J. O.,
Parmantie, M., and Dossey, A.E. (Eds.). *Proceedings of the
Nineteenth Annual Meeting of the North American Chapter of
the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education. * (Vol. 2 p. 667).* *Columbus OH: ERIC
Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental
Education.

Reid, D. (1997).
Constraints and opportunities in teaching proving. In
Erkki Pehkonnen (Ed.) *Proceedings of the Twentieth-first
Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education, *(Vol. 4, pp.
49-55). Lahti, Finland.

Blackmore, D., Cluett, G., & Reid, D. (1996). Three
perspectives on problem-based mathematics learning. In
Jakubowski, E., Watkins, D., and Biske, H. (eds.) *Proceedings
of the Eighteenth Annual Meeting of the North American
Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of
Mathematics Education. *(Vol. 1, pp. 258-262) Columbus
OH: ERIC Clearinghouse for Science Mathematics, and
Environmental Education.

Reid, D. (1996) *Describing reasoning* Poster
presentation. Eighth International Congress on Mathematical
Education, Sevilla.

Reid, D. (1996). Enactivism
as
a methodology. In L. Puig & A Gutiérrez,(Eds.), *Proceedings
of the Twentieth Annual Conference of the International
Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, (Vol.
4, pp. 203-210). Valencia, Spain.

Reid, D. (1995).
Proving to explain. In L. Meira & D Carraher,
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the Nineteenth Annual Conference of
the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics
Education*, (Vol. 3, pp. 137-143). Recife, Brazil.

Kieren, T., Reid, D. & Pirie, S. (1995) Formulating the
Fibonacci sequence: Paths or jumps in mathematical
understanding. In D. Owens, M. Reed, & G. Phillips,
(Eds.), *Proceedings of the Seventeenth Annual Meeting of
the North American Chapter of the International Group for
the Psychology of Mathematics Education* (Vol. 1, pp.
123-128). Columbus OH.

Pirie, S., Kieren, T. & Reid D. (1994). Mathematical
understanding: Always under construction. In J. P. da Ponte
& J. F. Matos, (Eds.), *Proceedings of the Eighteenth
Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education*. (Vol. IV, pp.
49-56). Lisbon.

### Refereed Book Chapters

Knipping, C., & Reid, D. (2015). Reconstructing
Argumentation Structures: A Perspective on Proving Processes
in Secondary Mathematics Classroom Interactions. In A.
Bikner-Ahsbahs, C. Knipping & N. Presmeg (Eds.) Approaches
to Qualitative Research in Mathematics Education.Approaches
to Qualitative Research in Mathematics Education (pp.
75-101). Springer.

Knipping, C., Reid, D., & Straehler-Pohl, H. (2015).
Establishing Mathematics Classroom Culture: Concealing and
Revealing the Rules of the Game. In U. Gellert, J. Gimenez
Rodriguez, C. Hahn, S. Kafoussi, (Eds.) Educational
Paths to Mathematics A C.I.E.A.E.M. Sourcebook (pp.
67-96). Springer.

Reid D. (2015). Recognizing and Fostering Mathematical Reasoning in Elementary School Classrooms. In E. Silver (Ed.) Lessons Learned from Research: Volume 1, Useful and Useable Research Related to Core Mathematical Practices. Reston VA: NCTM.

Knipping, C., & Reid, D. (2013). Revealing Structures of Argumentations in Classroom Proving Processes. In The Argument of Mathematics (pp. 119-146). Springer Netherlands.

Reid, D. & Zack, V. (2009) Aspects of teaching proving in
upper elementary school. In D. Stylianou, M. Blanton & E.
Knuth (Eds.) Teaching and
learning proof across the grades. New York:
Routledge.

### Books

Reid, D., & Knipping, C. (2010). Proof in mathematics education: Research, learning and teaching. Rotterdam: Sense.

Reid, D., Dowden, B. Jeans, S., & d’Entremont, J. (2000)
*The psychology of students’ reasoning in school
mathematics: Grade 2 research report.* Acadia University:
Wolfville NS. Online at http://www.acadiau.ca/~dreid/publications/prism-2/title_page.htm

### Book Chapters

Knipping, C. & Reid, D. (2005) Schwarze Kisten - Mit
Black boxes Zusammenhänge erkunden. [Black Boxes – Exploring
connections with black boxes] In: B. Barzel, S. Hußmann, &
T. Leuders (Eds.) *Computer, Internet & Co. im
Mathematikunterricht.* [Computer, Internet & Co. – in
mathematics teaching] Cornelsen: Berlin. 167-180.

### Papers in non-refereed journals

Reid, D. & Roberts, R. (2004) Adult learners' criteria for explanations. Zentralblatt für Didaktik der Mathematik: International Reviews on Mathematical Education, 36(5), 140-149.

Reid, D. (2002) What is proof?* * *La
**Lettre de la Preuve:
International newsletter on the teaching and learning of
proof*. Summer 2002. Online at:
http://www-leibniz.imag.fr/DIDACTIQUE/preuve/Newsletter/02Ete/WhatIsProof.pdf

Brown, L., Reid, D. and Zack, V. (1997) On doing the same
problem * Mathematics Teaching *163, pp. 50-55.

Reid, D. (1996). Teaching and the role of proof. *Mathematics
Teaching,
*(155), pp. 23-26.

### Papers delivered at professional meetings, conferences and seminars

Vallejo, E., & Reid, D. (2016) The
double role played by examples in a third grade class: The
case of the Goldbach’s Conjecture. Oral Communication
presented at the 40th Psychology of Mathematics Education
Annual Conference (PME-40), Szeged, Hungary.

Reid, D., & Vallejo, E. (2016) When
is a generic argument a proof? Presentation in Topic Study
Group 18, Reasoning and proof in mathematics education. 13th
International Congress on Mathematical Education Hamburg,
24-31 July 2016

Reid, D. et al. (2015) Observing
teachers: Mathematics pedagogy across Canada. Symposium. 11
June 2015. MERU Symposium Series, University of Ottawa,
Faculty of Education

Reid, D., Anderson, A., Thom, J., Suurtamm, C., Mamolo, A., Kieran, C., Proulx, J., Lunney Borden, L., Stordy, M., & Chapman, O. (2014). Mathematics Education in Canada: PME-38 National presentation. Special presentation at the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vancouver, Canada, 15-20 July 2014.

Reid, D., Weber, K. & Cramer, J. (2014) Workshop D: Working with reasoning and argumentation data. Workshop to be conducted at the Young Researchers Day of the 38th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Vancouver, Canada, 14-15 July 2014.

Reid, D. (2012) The Biological Basis for Deductive Reasoning. Seminar presented to the Mathematics Education Research Group, University of Bristol, 7 November 2012.

Knipping, C., Straehler-Pohl, H., &
Reid, D. (2011). “I’m going to tell you to save wondering” -
How enabling becomes disabling in a Canadian mathematics
classroom. Quaderni di Ricerca in Didattica / Mathematics
(QRDM) 22.1, pp. 171-175.

Reid, D. (2010) La signification d'un mot est son utilisation en langage: La signification de « preuve » dans la recherche en didactique de mathématiques. Conférence publique, 1 April 2010, Centre de recherche sur l’enseignement et l’apprentissage des sciences (CREAS), Université de Sherbrooke. Availible online: Slides; Notes

Reid, D. (2010) How to teach proof: Conclusions for two decades of research on teaching and learning mathematical proof. 31 March 2010. Concordia University. Availible online: Slides; Notes; Video

Knipping, C.;
Reid, D. & Gellert, U. (2009) From everyday contexts to
institutionalised knowledge: Implicit initiation into school
mathematics. In: Pre-Proceedings of the 61st Annual Meeting
of the International commission for the study of improvement
of mathematics education (CIEAEM), July 26 - July 31st,
Université de Montréal, Montréal, 84-88. Availible
online: PDF

Reid, D. (2009) Teaching and Learning Proof. School of
Education Academic Lecture Series. 22 April, 2009.

Reid, D. (2009) How to teach proof: Conclusions for two
decades of research on teaching and learning mathematical
proof. University of Alberta. 13 May, 2009.

Reid, D. (2007) The transition from concrete to abstract:
the case of division. Presented at the 2007 conference of
the Nova Scotia Mathematics Teachers Association. 26
October, 2007.

Reid, D. (2005) La signification d'un mot est son
utilisation en langage: La signification de « preuve » dans
la recherche en didactique de mathématiques. Séminaire
DidaTech, 11 March 2005, Institut d'Informatique et
Mathématiques Appliquées de Grenoble.

Reid, D. (2004) Die Bedeutung eines Wortes ist sein Gebrauch
in der Sprache. Seminar, 11 November 2004, Carl von
Ossietzky Universität Oldenburg.

Reid, D. (2004) Le raisonnement mathématique, qu’est-ce que c’est? Seminar: Université de Québec à Montréal. February 2004

Reid, D. (2003)* Fostering Reasoning and
Proof.* Presented at the Annual Conference of the
Mathematics Teachers’ Association of Nova Scotia, Truro NS,
October 24, 2003.

Brown L., & Reid, D. (2003) Observing
the unseeable: Somatic markers related to students' and
teachers' decision-making. Presented to* *the*
British Society for Research in the Learning of
Mathematics, *June 2003.

Reid, D. (2002) *Patterns and
Kinds of Reasoning*. Seminar: Institute of Education,
University of London. November 2002.

Reid, D. (2002) *Data and Probability
in **Upper Elementary
School.* Presented at the
Annual Conference of the Mathematics Teachers’ Association
of Nova Scotia, Wolfville NS, October 25, 2002.

Reid, D., (2002) *Dimensions in describing reasoning.*
Colloquium: Universität Hamburg. April
2002.

Brown L., & Reid, D. (2002) Somatic
markers: Teachers' decision-making and students' emotioning
in mathematics classrooms. *Proceedings of the British
Society for Research in the Learning of Mathematics, 22*(3),
pp. 7-12. Availible online: PDF

Reid, D. (2001) Proof, proofs, proving and
probing: Research related to proof. Short Oral presentation.
In M. van den Heuvel-Panhuizen (Ed.) Proceedings of the*
Twentieth-Fifth Annual Conference of the International Group
for the Psychology of Mathematics Education,*(Vol. I, p.
360)* *Utrecht, Netherlands. (Paper version Available at
http://www.acadiau.ca/~dreid/publications/proof/proof.htm)

Reid, D. (2001). *Spreadsheets for Junior High School
Math.* Presented at the Annual Conference of the
Mathematics Teachers’ Association of Nova Scotia, Fall River
NS, October 26, 2001.

Reid, D. (2000) *Analogous cognitive systems.* CMASTE
Colloquium at University of Alberta, December 2000.

Reid, D., Brown, L., Drodge, E., Kieren, T., Mason, J.,
Mason, R., Pimm, D. & Simmt, E. (1999). *Cognition,
Emotioning, and mathematics education: Enactivist
perspectives*. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the
American Educational Research Association, Montréal.

Brown, L. and Reid, D. (1997) Connecting dichotomies - Teaching/Learning. Joint seminar presented at Concordia University, February 1997

Reid, D. (1997) Emotioning and reasoning: implications for the learning of mathematics. Seminar presented at Concordia University, February 1997

Reid, D. (1996) *The role of proving: Students and
mathematicians.* Presented to Topic Group 8: Proofs and
proving: Why when and how. Eighth International Congress on
Mathematical Education, Sevilla.

Reid, D. (1996) *Enactivism and Mathematics Education*.
A series of three seminars presented at South Bank University,
University of Bristol, and University of Warwick, June 1996.

Kieren, T., Gordon-Calvert, L., Reid, D. & Simmt, E.
(1996) *Occasioning: Learning in the interaction. *Presented
at
the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research
Association, New York.

Reid, D. (1996) *Enactivism: Complexity, Cognition,
Coemergence and Curriculum. *Seminar given at Memorial
University, Faculty of Education. January 24, 1996.

Reid, D. (1995). *Teaching reasoning.* Presented at the
Canadian Regional Conference of the National Council of
Teachers of Mathematics, St. John's NF, October 11-14, 1995.

Gordon-Calvert, L., Kieren, T., Reid, D. & Simmt, E.
(1995). *Thinking otherwise: Enactivism, mathematics and
education.* Presented at the Annual Meeting of the
Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Montréal.

Reid, D. (1995). *Mechanical deduction and related aspects
of students proving in problem solving.* Presented at the
Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of
Education. Montréal.

Kieren, T., Reid, D. & Simmt, E. (1995) *An Enactivist
Research Approach to Mathematical Activity: Understanding,
Reasoning and Beliefs.* Presented at the Annual Meeting
of the American Educational Research Association, San
Francisco.

Kieren, T. & Reid, D. (1994). *Portraying the growth
of mathematical understanding: Understanding and deductive
reasoning in mathematical activity. *Presented at the
Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for the Study of
Education. Calgary.

Reid, D. (1994). *"Why 4?": Explanations in mathematical
problem solving.* Presented at the Annual Meeting of the
Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Calgary.

Reid, D. (1993). *Pre-formal, formal, and formulaic
proving.* Proceedings of the 1993 Annual Meeting of the
Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group, Toronto.

### Theses

Reid, D. (1995). The need to prove. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Alberta, Department of Secondary Education.

Reid, D. (1992). Mathematical induction: An epistemological study with consequences for teaching. Unpublished master’s thesis, Concordia University, Department of Mathematics and Statistics.

### Edited works

Reid, D. (1994) Classroom Discourse. In *Applying the NCTM
Standards in Alberta* Eds. A. Olson & D. Reid. Centre
for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, Edmonton.

### Un-referred publications in refereed publications (Letters, etc.)

Reid, D. (2005) Juxtapositions. For
the
Learning of Mathematics, 25(2) 33.

Brown, L., Reid, D., Tahta, D., Davis, B., Barton B., &
Zack V. (2003) Loved articles.
For the Learning of Mathematics, 23(3)

### Active participation in and leadership given to professional conferences, workshops, symposia, etc.

Reid, D., Barwell, R., & Savard, A.
(2016) Observations on observing pedagogy: Further discussion
of researching the unobservable. Discussion group at the
Fortieth Annual Conference of the International Group for the
Psychology of Mathematics Education. Szeged, Hungary.

Reid, D. and Barwell, R. (2014) Observing teachers observing mathematics teaching: Researching the unobservable. Discussion group at the Thirty-eighth Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Vancouver, Canada, 15-20 July.

McGarvey, L., Reid, D., Savard, A. & Wagner, D. (2014) What have we not been hearing about the PISA? Forum at the 2014 Annual meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group. Edmonton, 30 May – 3 June. (Panelist)

Voyer, D., De Corte, E., Reid, D., Goupil,
A., & Hitt, F. (2012). Mise en problème de la résolution
de problèmes en mathématiques: un débat. 2012 Colloque du
Groupe de Didactique des Mathématiques du Québec (GDM),
Université Laval, 23-25 May 2012

Reid, D. & Tanguay, D. (2012). Proof in
mathematics and in schools. Working Group report. Proceedings
of the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Canadian Mathematics
Education Study Group. Québec.

Reid, D. (2006) From More to Core. Atlantic
Community Math Network Conference, Acadia University, 25
November 2006

Reid, D. (2004) What is Canadian about
Canadian Mathematics Education? Forum at the 2004 Annual
meeting of the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group.
Québec, May 28-1 June. (Panelist)

Reid, D. (2004) Reasoning, proof and proving in mathematics
education. Topic Study Group at the 10th International
Conference on Mathematical Education. Copenhagen, July 4-11.
(Member of organising team)

Reid, D., Heinrich, K., Lancaster, D. & Mason, R. (2003). Popularisation of mathematics. Working group at the Canada School Mathematics Forum. Montreal, May 2003.

Knipping, C. & Reid, D. (2002). Cultural differences and the teaching of proof for all. Symposium. Proceedings of the Mathematics Education and Society conference. Helsingor Denmark, April 2002.

Reid, D., Brown, L., and Coles, A. (2001). *Observing
systems. * Working session to be organized at the
Twentieth-fifth Annual Conference of the International Group for
the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Utrecht, July 2001.

Zack, V. and Reid, D. (2000) *A proof ought to explain* *Topic
group report.* Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Meeting of
the Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group. Montréal.

Reid, D. and Sutherland, R. (2000)* Teachers, technologies,
and productive pedagogy*. *Working group report.*
Proceedings of the 2000 Annual Meeting of the Canadian
Mathematics Education Study Group. Montréal.

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