Teachers Promoting Student Achievement through Care and Cultural Responsiveness
How do teachers achieve more success with students when students and teachers have cultural differences? This webinar is intended to encourage teachers or education therapists, as classroom leaders, to look intricately at Care and Cultural Responsiveness theories through an integrated approach as an answer to this question. In this webinar, I identify research theory and suggest practical solutions for enhancing student learning. The integrated approach can be used by classroom leaders, teachers or therapists, to improve student performance, teacher self-efficacy, and student self-efficacy. By understanding and applying the Care and Cultural Responsiveness theories integrated approach concept (coined as CCRIA), teachers can become more effective leaders in their classrooms. As an educator and principal, I have used this integrated approach with students, faculty, and staff as a leadership tenet, with positive results.
About the speaker
Dr. Linda M. Campbell is a Senior Educational (Doctoral) Advisor at the Johns Hopkins University School of Education (SOE) in Baltimore, MD. Dr. Campbell is the President of Campbell Education Consulting, LLC, (CEC), a private consulting company founded to provide leadership development to school administrators and teacher leaders and administrators in K-12 schools. Dr. Campbell provides individual consulting services and Teacher Leadership seminars for effective school performance. She also provides doctoral dissertation consulting services and dissertation coaching.
Dr. Campbell is an Advisory Board member on the National Council of Education and Human Development (NCEHD) at the George Washington University in Washington DC. She is a member of the American Education and Research Association (AERA), member and frequently presents at the University Council of Educational Administrators (UCEA) sponsored by the University of Virginia; a member of and research presenter to the Consortium for Research on Educational Assessment and Teacher Effectiveness (CREATE), sponsored by William and Mary College; and frequent presenter to the Educational Symposium for Research Institute (ESRI) formerly sponsored by the George Washington University. Dr. Campbell participates on multiple occasions as a panelist for “doctoral bootcamps” and seminars to doctoral and graduate candidates at the George Washington University. As an educator, she currently develops research articles, papers, and book chapters on Teacher Leadership in school communities. She also authors self-help books for teens and young adults on the effective use of time and on study skill strategies.
Dr. Campbell is a former high school principal, middle school director, guidance counselor, academic dean, and secondary teacher. During her 14-year tenure as a high school principal, she was a member of the Education Law Association (ELA), the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) with an All Principal certification. Dr. Campbell served as an Advisory Board member at Cedarville University in Ohio and as a member of the school accreditation team for ACSI and Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools (MSA). Dr. Campbell has a managerial background in marketing and banking as an officer for Fortune 500 companies in New York City and Washington, DC.
Dr. Campbell received her Ed.D. Degree from The George Washington University, specializing in Education Administration and Policy Studies; MA Degree from the University of Maryland College Park in Education Policy, Planning, and Administration; BA Degree from Virginia State University in Business Education; and MA degree from International Seminary in Religious Education.
Dr. Campbell and her husband reside in Aventura, Florida. They have two adult sons, a daughter-in-law, and one granddaughter.