Education Core Instructor

Marcie Email:
Fax: 406-994-5575
Reid Hall Room 451, MSU, Bozeman


• Ed.D. in Curriculum & Instruction, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, 2017
• M.S. in Science Education, Montana State University, Bozeman, Montana, 2012

• B.Sc. in Biology & Neuroscience and & B.Ed., University of Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, 2005

Current Teaching Assignments:

EDCI 509: Implementing Action Research

EDCI 575: MSSE Capstone Project

MSSE 506: Forensic Science for Teachers (Spring 2018)

EDU 397: K-8 Science Methods

EDU 395: 5-12 Teaching Practicum

EDU 382: Assessment, Curriculum & Instruction

MSU Student Teacher Supervisor
Non-credit courses: Forensic Science for Teachers Part 1 & 2 through MSU Extended University



Dr. Marcie Reuer, a former MSSE graduate (2012), relocated from Alberta, Canada to Bozeman in 2014 to complete her doctorate in Curriculum & Instruction and join the MSSE team.  She has twelve years of teaching experience, teaching every grade from kindergarten to grade twelve as well as being a principal in schools ranging from 45-2500 students.  She taught in Australia, Canada and the United States.  During her career as a classroom teacher, Science Council Chair of Prairie Rose School Division and principal, Marcie worked for Alberta Education designing curriculum, creating assessments and piloting Genius Hour, an instructional technique that became the focus of her dissertation.  She continues to be active in Bozeman area schools, teaching STEM activities to students at various grade levels.  Her current research focus is the development of science identity in students.  In her spare time, she can be found hiking, fly-fishing, rafting, cross-country skiing, baking, telling cheesy science jokes and creating artwork.  


Public Outreach/Service:

•  Wetlands Festival Volunteer Coordinator 2014- present 

•  Science Olympiad Volunteer

•  STEM Outreach to K-12 Schools in the Bozeman Area