Groundbreaking New Textbook For Educators

On April 1, 2019, in Red Hot Radio, by Wide View Publishing

T.R.U.S.T. Classroom Management, Time to Rebuild Understanding between Students & Teachers will revolutionize the way teachers’ teach students’ and build T.R.U.S.T. with our youth. Available now on Amazon.com in Paperback and eBook format.

T.R.U.S.T. Classroom Management

OAK PARK, Ill. – April 1, 2019Wide View Publishing, a combined literary and music publishing company based in IL, launched a groundbreaking teacher training textbook this week. Authors: Marcella Graves, Jamillah Kareem, April Ayn Weaver, and Michelle R. Yisrael, are four distinguished women, who pulled together to share their combined experiences as community educators. The result of their efforts is an education and reference manual that assists all educators in facilitating learning, especially in urban communities.

T.R.U.S.T. Classroom Management, Time to Rebuild Understanding between Students & Teachers is a collective, collaborative visual into the minds and hearts of four veteran, grassroots educators. With more than 100 years of educational prowess between them, these education facilitators have garnered seasoned urban educational practicums into the lives and minds of urban youth with ‘at risk’ behaviors. Urban E.D.U. Coach, whose interest lies in supporting educators in their quest to educate this formidable, marginalized population has scaffolded, as well as cultivated an urban education technique textbook developed for teachers, social workers, principals, administrators, curriculum developers, homeschoolers, and school owners. The textbook contains accounts of life experiences, case studies, lessons and mentorship for becoming a better educator. The goal is to empower those who empower our youth. T.R.U.S.T. Classroom
Management, Time to Rebuild Understanding between Students and Teachers is now available in Paperback and eBook on Amazon.com

 

Michelle R. Yisrael

Michelle R. Yisrael

Michelle R. Yisrael founded a community based educational system before homeschooling and independent education reached its pentacle. Professor Yisrael is noted for starting one of the first homeschool prototypes. She was also the owner of a private school in Chicago. To her credit, she has taught children who have gone onto higher learning as early as age sixteen. Professor Yisrael is currently a college instructor.

 

 

 

Jamillah Kareem

Jamillah Kareem

Jamillah Kareem has over 35 years of experience in education. She was the principal of an alternative high school on the Southside of Chicago for 14 years before she retired. Jamillah Kareem has worked in both The United States and Africa as educator, healer, and midwife.

 

 

 

 

Marcella Graves

Marcella Graves

Marcella Graves has worked in the field of education as a general and special Ed teacher. She also served as assistant principal for over four decades in public schools. As a vocalist and instrumentalist from a musical family legacy, Ms. Graves, affectionately known as Mama Aquilla, has used music as a primary tool and force to garner change in the community as well as in the classroom.

 

 

 

April A. Weaver

April A. Weaver

April A. Weaver has worked with “at-risk” families well over 20 years. She is an educator and life coach. Driven by her love and passion for empowering the emotional intelligence of others, she has helped her clients seek a higher purpose for their lives.

 

 

 

 

All four women have dedicated their lives to education and community building; and are educational coaches of Urban E.D.U. Coach. Their goal is to empower those who empower our youth.

Give this book as a gift to an educator or any community member in public service. Help make a positive impact on how youth are taught by restoring T.R.U.S.T. Purchase your copy of T.R.U.S.T. Classroom Management, Time to Rebuild Understanding between Students and Teachers, today!

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