Janice M. Rey
Janice M. ReyAssistant Professor, Education Department
EdD, Loyola University
MEd, Miami University
BS, New Jersey City University

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Alfond Hall 420 | 207-893-7925 | jrey@sjcme.edu

Janice Rey’s expertise is centered on curriculum, instruction, assessment, and technology. She is firmly committed to preparing pre-service teachers for their vocation by introducing professional habits, such as reflective practice, service learning, and professional curriculum training.


Rey, J. & Dunklee, M. (2010). Promoting scholarship in teacher education through a learner-centered paradigm, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Spring 2010.

Rey, J. & Dunklee, M. (2008). The impact of collegial support upon efficacy, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Fall 2008.

Rey, J. (2006). God’s voice. Living Mercy, Fall.

Rey, J. (2006). WebCT, a vehicle for enhancing reflective dialogue. The National Teaching and Learning Forum, 15(3), 10-11.

Rey, J. (August 2, 2000). The right fit. Center for Cognitive Coaching.

Rey, J., & S. Soper (May 2000). Peer coaching, one approach to professional renewal. Classroom Leadership. ASCD.

Rey, J. (2008). The role of teacher educators in preparing teachers for a changing technological environment, Journal of Maine Education, Winter 2008.

Rey, J. (2007). Service learning and elementary teacher education, Academic Exchange Quarterly, Fall 2007.