Classroom Culture

Classroom Culture


Happy Kwanzaa Day 7! As we close out this week long celebration and enter into the new year, may we elevate our faith in God & in each other.

In my global travels, I’ve found that spiritual faith is not “talked” about as much as it is lived. —In the African culture, a connection to the divine is life, but what’s also very important is having faith in each other.

You see, during the period of the homeland & Transatlantic enslavement, two very important aspects of our existence were fractured: Our spirituality & our familial relationships. For generations, this has been the two most divisive pieces of our culture. But here is the news flash, that curse is broken!!!! —We can be better, we are better, and we will do better!

So as we enter into 2021, let’s us as a culture grow in “Imani” (Faith) spiritually as well as relationally.

🥂Here is to a new year filled with favor, focus, legacy building, and generational healing! 🙏🏾🖤✨

Pronounced /I’mani/

Shoutout to Classroom Culture for this awesome Tee!

Since it’s Friday & it’s my Bday Month, we may as well be fabulous☺️✨!! Here is a sneak peek into my latest photo session!

Shoutout to my squad:
📸 Jonathan Keyz Jones of Jon J Photography
💄 Ashia Wilson of
Faceover Beauty Studio LLC
Power team of Let's Create Magic Studio's
👚 Classroom Culture & Teach for the Culture, LLC

Happy Monday Everyone!! Happy Labor Day! Today was indeed a Labor of Love, Action, & Information.

I had the pleasure of visiting quite a few areas today to speak with the residents of Richland School District 2 on the importance of getting registered to vote and why they should vote for Dr. Dee 4 Rich 2!

Shoutout to my friends over at Classroom Culture for this amazing T-shirt! It was a perfect fit for today.

Love this, please let me know how Classroom Culture can help!
Jordan Yue you should connect with my sisters Mo Laidin and Meredith Chase-Mitchell on your endeavor
The messages are awesome!
RAM Music is ready to work with Classroom Culture. Let's change the world!
Meredith, thanks for the invite. I will contribute from time to time and learn many things from this group. See you soon!
Congrats Chase Mitchell! Love your enthusiasm for education! 😘

Classroom Culture is for the educator, the leader, & the innovator. Classroom Culture urges you to take action in and out of the classroom. Classroom Culture services include:

*Assisting education based start-ups with targeted guidance.
*Management of education and social services based projects
*Planning and executing speaking events and networking sessions
*Connecting individuals and organizations with potential partners
*Managing education based social media accounts
*Participating in panels discussing issues in education included but not limited to special education, teacher recruitment, professional networking, literacy and reading needs, and reading instruction resources

Operating as usual


Its almost that time teachers!!! Are you mentally and physically prepared to pack up your classrooms? Whats the worst part about packing up?


A big thanks to and our panelists Aaron Styles from New Jersey Farah Parker from New Orleans Ineda “Corrien” Elmore- Stratton from Pennsylvania
Al-Tariq White from New Jersey Deja L. Jones from New Jersey Tiyana B. Glenn from North Carolina


Happy Monday!

We are back this week with another virtual roundtable and this time we are discussing the impact of supplemental programming in our schools. This week our moderator , educator, activist, member of , and founder of , will lead us in a discussion about HOW AFTER SCHOOL PROGRAMS DISRUPT THE SCHOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE.
Thursday, October 1. 5pm EST
ZOOM MEETING ID - 992 5372 2534
Password- Learn
Meet our panelists: Charmaine Davis-Bey, M.Ed., Ed. Psyc.; educator and member of . Corrien Elmore-Stratton, NJ. Executive Director and Board of Education member, Cherry Hill, NJ. Farah Parker, New Orleans, College Counselor.


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Meeting ID: 950 7921 1664
Passcode: Learn

J O I N U S on Thursday 9/24 EST with our moderator Sammetra Daniels, M.Ed.
educator and activist to gain information on NAVIGATING REMOTE LEARNING FOR PARENTS. This is our first parent centered roundtable and all are invited to log in and share resources and provide support. We need your voices, too!
Meet out panelists: Monique Gabriele, M.Ed. Educational Director of Head-start, Marsha Derice : 10 year Middle/ HS English Teacher, Shanay Freeman Howard :Director of Student Services, Joseph Welcome: HS Special Ed Teacher, Jhonell Williams, M.P.A, M.Ed. : Business Operations Manager at Success Academy.


As the summer is coming to an end, the school year is now starting! Even under these stressful and unfortunate circumstances let’s make this year better than we could have ever imagined 😁.


Hey friends, another Monday and the last week of August! We cannot stop thanking all of you for your support this summer with our virtual roundtables, you logged on, you participated, and you forwarded information to your network.
As we embark on a very new school year Classroom Culture will continue hosting virtual roundtables on issues in education that impact all of us.
Our new chapter includes R E G I O N A L C A T A L Y S T S as a conduit to passing the mic to professionals in education who are interested in spearheading conversations. We welcome professionals in education on the K – 12 level in cities and towns across the country to lead conversations on issues they are passionate about. Interested? Please send us a message and we will share more with you. Looking forward to hearing from you!


The mission of Classroom Culture is to provide a platform for professionals in education to collaborate and lead. Professionals in education have always been at the center of managing, operating, and impacting change in schools across the globe. However, their voices are not often heard, respected, or utilized.

Classroom Culture provides a safe space for professionals in education to network, share ideas, and collaborate on education based initiatives.

Photos from Classroom Culture's post 08/22/2020

Hi friends! As the summer quickly comes to an end we want to take some time to acknowledge and thank the many moderators and panelists that dedicated their time and expertise to our virtual round tables in the past few months.
Our first virtual roundtable was held in May discussing the impact of Covid on Special Education instruction.
Moderated by , Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist. Our panelists included founder Christa, elementary educator, founder .courtneydavis , and Diversity Equity and Inclusion Director. THANK YOU!


Your tees are on the way!


S A V E . T H E . D A T E & be sure to follow , Baltimore based community org founder Wesley has participated in two successful Classroom Culture Virtual Roundtable discussing youth and mental health. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 He’s a powerhouse! -rock


No worries if you missed our roundtable today, the video will be uploaded to our YouTube channel page.



Hi friends! Please join us this THURSDAY 8/13 at 5pmEST for a virtual roundtable on ADDRESSING TRAUMA IN THE CLASSROOM. This is our part two to our 7/16 roundtable on mental health in schools with our same incredible moderator and panelists Secure your tix via the link in our bio.


Photos from Classroom Culture's post 07/29/2020

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Hello! Hey! Hi! Hola! Bonjour! Yo! To all of our new followers, we welcome you. Thank you for joining CLASSROOM CULTURE’s online community. By following our page we promise to engage you with informative and relatable posts for professionals in education and supporters of education reform. reform


Yesterday was incredible! Our first pop-up shop was a success—- we shared our Empower Tees’s in person and online (you can still get yours via the link in our bio!), we networked with other area educators, and met phenomenal black business owners. We look forward to the next one, thanks again for the opportunity !

Photos from Classroom Culture's post 07/25/2020

We’re here! Our tees are selling and we’ve already connected with local professionals in education. Come on by!

Photos from Classroom Culture's post 07/20/2020

Friends, Classroom Culture Apparel is here! We will be sharing our merchandise with all of you this Saturday 7/25 in D.C and via our website NOW! Excited! has created the platform BLACK BUSINESS POP UP — >

You can secure your tickets here

Come out with your masks and smiles to support us. We hope to see you!


Virtual Roundtables

Virtual Roundtables OUR FOUNDATION The mission of Classroom Culture is to provide a platform for professionals in education to collaborate and lead. Professionals in education h...


Hello! Hi! ! Hola! Yo! It’s been a busy summer and we have been fortunate to connect with so many of you on topics that impact educators. Many of you have asked for recordings to previous roundtables and we have managed to get them all uploaded to one location, . Take a look, listen, subscribe, and share. We will have all of our virtual roundtables available within 48 hours of recording.


See you later today at 5pm EST! We can’t wait for you to join our discussion on youth mental health during Black Lives Matter. Zoom info is below. .

Meeting ID: 460 366 2415

Password: Teach


Happy Monday! We hope this morning greeted you with a bright sun and a renewed spirit. This weeks virtual roundtable will explore THE IMPORTANCE OF YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH DURING BLACK LIVES MATTER. Join us Thursday 7/16 @ 5pm EST. Stay tuned to learn more about our panelists. Be sure to register via the link in our bio.

Black Business Pop Up Shop 07/12/2020

Black Business Pop Up Shop

Secure your tickets today!

Black Business Pop Up Shop COVID-19 will not stop us from supporting Black Businesses. Safely celebrate the summer and enjoy black art, food, clothing, and more.


We have exciting news! Over the last few months Classroom Culture has been working behind the scenes to offer you all new ways to increase awareness as you advocate for issues in education. STAY TUNED TO SEE WHAT WE HAVE CREATED! We see you! If you live in the D.C area please join us and other Black owned businesses on July 25th and to shop, network, and support Black communities. LINK IN BIO TO SECURE YOUR TICKETS for only $10


Join us this afternoon as we continue our discussion on issues impacting Black women educators. ZOOM LINK IN BIO.
... Meet our facilitators!
- Doctoral student and educator, Michigan
, Artist and educator , New Jersey
, Educator, Middle School ELA and activist, Queens, NY
Nana Nyarko Educator, Elementary
Sophia James, founder of Education Unplugged


This week, this month, this year ... is a heavy one and and Classroom Culture will continue to create a platform for Black Women Educators to collaborate and lead. Join us tomorrow WEDNESDAY 7/8 EST for our joint panel with on COVID AND BLACK LIVES MATTER. Our panelists include : , Special Education teacher and Dept. Chair
Dr. Nicole Gainyard , HS ELA teacher and Founder of Sister Circle
Cynthia Clayton, Principal of Burns Elementary/Middle School
Dr. Jasmine A. Coleman, K-12 District Instructional Coach and Adjunct Professor

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