School Culture & Compassion In Classroom Professional Development Book Announced

The pedagogy experts believe that in these complex and challenging times, positive culture creation is a necessity for all schools in the US. As such, they have released highly researched, practical books for school administrators on the topics of school culture, bullying prevention, character building, leading with compassion, and more.

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One leading book from their school culture and leadership series is Angela Stockman and Ellen Feig Gray’s ‘Hacking School Culture: Designing Compassionate Classrooms’. This book tackles some of the biggest challenges facing students and teachers today, and espouses the significant worth of practicing compassion in the classroom.

With the latest figures from reflecting that over 20% of today’s 12 to 18-year-olds experience bullying at school, Times 10 Publications believes that both school administrators and teaching staff need new tools to change the way that students relate to each other, and to model more positive values like kindness, empathy and understanding.

Angela Stockman and Ellen Feig Gray also know that more onus has been placed than ever before upon schools to be responsible for the moral instruction of children and young people, with little information dispensed to busy teachers about how to do so effectively.

This is why they are proud to have published ‘Hacking School Culture’, a comprehensive book with meaningful and actionable ideas that teachers and schools can implement to improve their culture.

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In the experience of Times 10 Publications’ expert writers and contributors, school culture has strong implications for student engagement and academic performance, and they are confident that Angela Stockman and Ellen Feig Gray’s book will have a positive impact on schools and students across America.

‘Hacking School Culture: Designing Compassionate Classrooms’ is part of Times 10 Publications’ popular HACK Learning Series, a collection of inspirational professional development books written by and for teachers.

Megan McDonough, the CEO and Co-Founder of Wholebeing Institute, said of ‘Hacking School Culture’, “This book is chock-full of easy-to-implement actions that are kind to you, your students, and the environment you’re creating in your classroom.”

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