Have you ever entered a classroom and wondered if your students would welcome you or receive you? Have you ever worked in a new and unfamiliar neighborhood and wished you knew more about the students, parents, and families you would meet?
Well this manual is for you! The goal of this manual is to help new, and existing, secondary math teachers prepare for and teach African American urban students.
I encourage you to read the manual and learn new ways to think about teaching African American urban students, or any students. This manual will give you a new perspective on teaching and learning in urban school districts.
Once you have read the manual, please feel free to review it on Amazon.com or post comments on this page.
About the Author: I am a Co-founder of and Program Coordinator for Math Corps Philadelphia, a tutoring and mentoring program in Philadelphia. I am a co-author of “Amazing Grades: 101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades Faster” (also available on Amazon). I contributed “5 Strategies to Master Precalculus” (also available on Kindle). I hold a Master of Education degree in Secondary Mathematics and have several years of experience teaching secondary and post-secondary mathematics.