Here are a list of great resources/books connected to TRUST in the classroom:

1. Building Community in the Classroom
By Ellen Booth Church
Grade:PreK–2
Subject:Social skills, back to school, first day of school, communication and language development, emotional and social development, classroom management, teacher tips and strategies, working with families and the community


2. Learning to Trust: Transforming Difficult Elementary Classrooms Through Developmental Discipline
By Marilyn Watson
Grade: K-12
Subject: Classroom management, social and ethical development, building relationships, practical pedagogical strategies, engage students in learning, develop empathy and understanding for students, instilling self-confidence


3. Teach Like Your Hair’s on Fire
By Rafe Esquith
Grade: 4-8
Subject: Removing the element of fear, establishing a sense of trust, being a role model, ‘punishment to fit the crime’, differentiated instruction, working in disadvantaged communities, practical teaching tips


4. The Skillful Teacher: On Technique, Trust, and Responsiveness in the Classroom
By Stephen D. Brookfield
Grade: Not Specified
Subject: Establishing a critical and reflective practice, student-centered environment, examining emotions attached to learning, responding to resistance, going beyond ‘content’, reciprocated respect, dealing with the politics of teaching


5. The High Trust Classroom: Raising Achievement from the Inside Out
By Lonnie Moore
Grade: K-12
Subject: Developing a high trust classroom, reducing discipline issues, mastering emotions, positive expectations, professional development, teaching beyond the curriculum, expressing empathy, developing mutual goals