Success Strategies for your Elementary -and- Middle-School Student: A conversation with Dr. Todd Jason Feltman
For over two decades, Dr. Todd Jason Feltman has been working in the New York City public school system and in local independent schools. He has been a classroom teacher, mentor, literacy coach, citywide literacy achievement coach, and assistant principal. Todd has master’s degrees in childhood education, literary education, and school supervision and administration. He received his doctorate in urban education from the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.
During Todd’s career, he has come to understand exactly why some students succeed and why others fail. And he has written two wonderful interactive handbooks to help all elementary and middle school students succeed. His first handbook is for students and it is called a Student-Friendly Handbook for Navigating Success: You Need to Take Charge of Your Education! The second is for teachers of students in grades two through eight, and is called Mentoring My Elementary-and Middle-School Students to Become Powerful Navigators of Success.
He joins us today to discuss his second handbook.