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Renee Rosenblum-Lowden has taught children and adolescents for more than 25 years in the NYC school system. Her book, "You Have to Go to School…You're the Teacher!" (250 classroom management strategies to make your job easier and more fun) has her sharing her passion for teaching with new and student teachers, as well as veteran staffs throughout the country. She strengthens their skills in making classrooms feel comfortable for students and teachers. 

In her friendly and humorous style, she offers teacher-tested strategies needed for avoiding confrontations, developing rapport with students 

 
 

and managing the everyday school problems. She is invited to be a motivational speaker at school districts, individual schools and universities for orientations and staff development seminars.

In her Prejudice Awareness workshops, she uses consciousness-raising techniques and incorporates her training in conflict resolution. In addition to working with students, she was selected by the NYC Board of Education to train teachers as part of staff development.

She has trained students and faculties to recognize prejudice by exploring all the "isms" and has empowered them to address these issues before their negative results impact on their lives and the lives of others.

Ms. Rosenblum-Lowden has been conducting workshops for improving communication with adolescents utilizing non-confrontational strategies for parents. Having taught Family Living/Sex Education, she has unique insights into the needs of adolescents. She is presently completing a book written for both parents and teens.

Ms Rosenblum-Lowden graduated from Long Island University and did graduate work at The New School for Social Research in New York. She has organized women's self help groups and continues to be a social activist.

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