I have seen many teachers and other professionals in the field of education who possess very little knowledge concerning educating Black students. As a result, a disproportionate number of Black students have been placed in special education classes. And many have, unfortunately, been pushed into the pipeline to prison system.
The Black History Resource Guidebook for professionals in Education contains very important historical and scholarly knowledge relative to teaching Black students.
This publication is a cultural responsive guidebook in workbook format to help professionals in education and those seeking to be in the field understand important information about teaching Black students. It is a professional development and learning tool to be used for professional workshops, conferences, teacher trainings, student teaching preparation, individual growth, and more.
Those who will benefit are teachers, principals, superintendents, professors, student teachers, guidance counselors, psychologist, clinicians, librarians, consultants, curriculum coordinators and professionals in any area of education.
This educational guidebook will help teachers to be more effective with Black students in classrooms.
It contains an assessment and evaluation for professionals in education to complete, research on the Larry P. Case and more.
With Teachers in Mind,
Renee Coates-Smith, M.Ed.
Red Carpet Classrooms