FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New On-line University Brings Distinctive Training for School Administrators
The Positive Applications for Improving Racial Relationships (PAIRR) University will be opening its doors on December 1, providing school administrators an opportunity to learn how to lead cultural and equity challenges in their school or district.
Cherry Hill, New Jersey (November 10, 2017) – School administrators will soon be able to learn how to facilitate the Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships workshop. The university, called PAIRR University will be opening its doors on December 1, 2017 – becoming the first university to teach school administrators how to facilitate a workshop that promotes positive racial teacher student classroom relationships.
Located at www.pairruniversity.com, the PAIRR University is not the typical on-line diversity training university. School leaders who attend the university will receive more than just the minimal blueprint, according to Dr. Derrick L Campbell, the university director. “The courses offered will propel school administrators to become experts in facilitating diversity trading that promotes positive racial teacher student classroom relationships.”
The Positive Applications for Improving Racial Relationships University caters to school administrators who desire to take on the leadership role for promoting positive racial teacher student classroom relationships. “Through the training of our unique programs, school administrators will enhance their schools culture and eliminate any possible perceptions associated with racism.”
Although PAIRR University is a new university, its founding Director, Dr. Derrick L Campbell has extensive experience in promoting positive racial teacher student classroom relationships. He has a deep understanding of the cultural and equity challenges that schools continue to face. In fact, he has successfully facilitated the process for a number of schools.
PAIRR University is an innovative university that was founded on the principle that every good educator desires to develop an environment that is conducive for all students. The university represents a very timely, trendy, and effective solution for schools in need of cutting edge diversity training at a fraction of the cost. School leaders have an opportunity to learn to transform their school in their own time and at their own pace.
About Our Founding Director
Focus of Interest: Leadership and Organizational Development
- Outstanding history of success in fostering strong, sustainable relationships and securing consensus among employees and colleagues.
- Effectively communicate directions and ability to handle multiple educational tasks under pressure and meet tight deadlines.
- Possesses knowledge of Microsoft Office (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Publisher, Spreadsheet tabulations, Internet).
- Adept at utilizing strategic thinking, innovative problem solving, and team leadership to deliver exceptional results.
- Provided training in activities of daily integration, supportive living and behavioral management.
- Proven ability to lead and develop business, organization, and education driven initiatives.
- Significant breadth of experience in student development and academic counseling.
- Capable of writing, review and developing curriculum for all levels of courses.
- Supervised and directed care of individuals with developmental disabilities.
- Exceptional ability to contribute and work effectively as a team member.
- Possess excellent communication, leadership and inter-personal skills.
Leadership & Organizational development
CEO – DLC Consultant Group 2007-2017
- Use principles of leadership to solve education related problems
- Diversity programs designed for leaders to transform the organization
- Determines appropriate change initiatives to improve overall effectiveness
- Develop solutions that benefit both administrators and lower-level employees
- Strong ability in handling group dynamics and managing unrehearsed situations
- Collect and analyze data from available sources to uncover trends in workplace relations, culture, and working environment for the purposes of designing targeted training solutions.
- Provide training on relevant topics to maintain a positive and productive environment.
- Partner with clients to create and deliver programs that achieve education goals related to organizational culture, leadership behavior, and education specific initiatives where awareness, education and behavior change may be required.
- Provides diversity training
- Provides supervisor training
Administrative Positions & Teaching Positions
Assistant Principal 2005-2007
Assisted the school principal with managing over 900 students and 150 teachers and staff members. Supervised 12 instructional programs, 450 students, and 45 teachers.
- Assisted with providing leadership for the overall instructional program that includes the selection and support of instructional staff.
- Worked collaboratively with all staff to strengthen the instructional program.
- Established effective communication and maintained positive relationships with the district administrative officers, students, staff, parents, and the community.
- Participated in school disaster preparedness and safety information programs.
- Observed classroom activities in order to assist the principal in teacher evaluations.
- Assisted in maintaining discipline throughout the student body, and investigated special cases such as harassment and bullying complaints from staff and students as necessary.
Math and Curriculum Supervisor 2001-2005
Supervised and provided leadership for the math, science, and technology curriculum and instructional program. Provided leadership in the design and delivery of professional development training activities for principals, teachers, and support staff to promote innovative teaching approaches and techniques.
- Assisted high school, middle, school, and elementary school principals in the supervision and evaluation of instructional staff.
- Conducted demonstration lessons for instructional staff.
- Supervise the development of pre-k to grade 12 curriculums to include curriculum mapping, development of curriculum guides.
- Planned and coordinated activities that involve parents, community, and business sector in support of curriculum development, implementation, and evaluation.
- Implemented a data driven process to improve student achievement.
Certified Mathematics 1993-2001
Courses Taught Include:
Classroom Instructional strategies include integrating cooperative learning, peer tutoring, manipulative, and interdisciplinary activities. Extra curricular activities include chess club sponsor and teacher, basketball and softball coach.
- Teacher of Mathematics – New Jersey Standard Certificate – Issued April, 2001
- Principal – New Jersey Standard Certificate – Issued July, 2008
- School Administrator – New Jersey Certificate of Eligibility – Issued August, 2008
- Burlington City Public School – Half Day Seminar November, 2016
- Woodstown-Pilesgrove Public Schools – Full Day Seminar, October, 2016
- Cultural Relationship Training Program – Wyndham Hotel, Mount Laurel, New Jersey October, 2014
- Cultural Relationship Training Program – Hutchinson, Kansas October, 2014
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Atlantic City, New Jersey May, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Millville, New Jersey, May, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – East Orange, New Jersey, May, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Irvington, New Jersey, April, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Perth Amboy, New Jersey, April, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Bridgeton, New Jersey, April, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Long Branch, New Jersey, April, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Patterson, New Jersey, March, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Willingboro, New Jersey, March, 2008. Speaker
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher Student Classroom Relationships – Hutchison, Kansas, February, 2008. Speaker
- Dissertation Defense – Promoting Positive Racial Teacher-Student Classroom Relationships, Rowan University, 2007. Speaker
- Connected Mathematics Parent Informational, Willingboro Public Schools, 2004. Speaker
- Everyday Mathematics Parent Informational, Willingboro Public Schools, 2004. Speaker
- GEPA Parent Informational, Willingboro Public Schools, 2003. Speaker.
- HSPA Parent Informational, Willingboro Public Schools, 2004. Speaker.
- HSPA Preparation, Granville Charter School, 2003. Speaker.
- Math Across the Curriculum, Granville Charter School, 2003. Speaker.
- Middle School Training, Willingboro Public Schools, 2003. Organizer.
- NJASK 3 and NJASK 4 Parental Informational, Willingboro Public Schools, 2004. Speaker.
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher-Student Classroom Relationships – 2007
- Promoting Positive Racial Teacher-Student Classroom Relationships: Methodology – 2016
- Hidden Treasures of Racism in Education – 2016
- Leading Your Marriage into the Promised Land – 2009
- Leading Your Marriage into the Promised Land – Workbook for Husbands – 2011
- Leading Your Marriage into the Promised Land – Workbook for Wives – 2011
- Advanced Marriage Training for Singles – 2014
- Husband Leadership Principles – 2016
- Luveuphoria Formula – 2016
- Raccelerate Formula – 2016
- Dr. Derrick L. Campbell. (June, 2010). Reducing Inappropriate Special Education Referrals for Historically Underserved Students. The Fourth Estate Volume V No. IV
- Dr. Derrick L. Campbell. (April, 2010). Reducing Cultural Bullying in Schools. The Fourth Estate Volume V No. IV
- Kristen Roderick. (October 6, 2013). NAACP Speaker pleads to end ‘school to prison pipeline’. The Hutchinson News
- Neil Gonzalez. (August 31, 2009). Closing the minority education gap. Bay Area New Group
- Laurie Huffman. (January 15, 2009). Teaching styles change to embrace multicultural classroom environments. The-Review.com
- Home News Tribune. (April 26, 2008). Perth Amboy NAACP holds award fete
- Kathy Hanks. (February 8, 2008). Minorities aided by teacher bond, guest says. www.hutchnews.com
- Outstanding Teacher – Olney High School, 2000
- Distinguished Proposal – Lincoln University, 2002