Sheffey takes anti-violence message to the classroom

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Through her curriculum, Sheffey has authored several books to aid teachers, including, “The C-A-R-E Project: Conflict and Responsibility Education,” a guide to conflict resolution and character building education; “Junior Entrepreneur in the Urban School,” which teaches children in urban schools and communities how to start and run a successful small business; and her newest book, which will be coming out soon, ”Behavior Management in the Urban Classroom,” which provides teachers with a guide on how to address violence in the classroom, while considering the student’s environment out of school.

Along with her upcoming book, Sheffey said she is working on a project that will focus on the cultural learning styles of urban students, and provide teachers with tips on how to work with them and show how urban students learn as a culture.

Sheffey’s work has been recognized several times. She is a recipient of the Benjamin S. Carson Outstanding Academic Achievement Award, a 2009 recipient of the New Pittsburgh Courier’s 50 Women of Excellence Award and the 2009 recipient of Carlow University’s Adjunct Teacher Award for Excellence.

(For more information on Sheffey or her curriculum, call 412-354-0023, email consultholden@aol.com or visit www.holdensteachingsolu­tions.com.

 

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