Book: Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

A Guide for Parents & Educators by Dr. Jane Bluestein This thoroughly readable, research-based book covers all the bases—including, social, neurological, emotional, academic, cultural and physical factors that impact the emotional climate of a school, and how safe schools feel to the people who spend their time there.

Book: Becoming a Win-Win Teacher

A Guide for First-Year Teachers by Dr. Jane Bluestein This book is no longer in print. For an updated and revised version of this book, please see The Beginning Teacher’s Survival Guide, available in print and Kindle versions. This book was 8 1/2” x 11”, 288 pages. $42.95. The updated release is $13.99 for print on…

Book: The Win-Win Classroom Facilitator’s Guide

A facilitator’s guide to a fresh and positive approach to classroom management by Dr. Jane Bluestein An essential guidebook for anyone teaching college courses or leading training programs on classroom management. Help teachers establish win-win authority relationships with students and improve the overall climate in their classrooms, schools, and districts!

Ordering Instructions

Secure Ordering Online By the end of 2021, we had closed our store and emptied our warehouse. Items still listed on our Products Page are available, either as a drop-ship directly from the publisher or through online retailers.  As we release updated and revised versions of certain out-of-print books and develop new material, links are…

Book: The Win-Win Classroom

A Fresh and Positive Look at Classroom Management by Dr. Jane Bluestein Hundreds of practical ideas for success in any classroom or school. Great gift for a beginning teacher, or anyone wanting to up their game and grow their career. When it comes to behavior challenges in the classroom, conventional practices and punitive discipline codes…

Conditions with ADHD “Look-Alike” Symptoms

Several of the following conditions, problems, or disorders can have similar symptoms to those frequently misdiagnosed as ADD or ADHD. This list includes

Presentation: “My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That”

Creating success with non-traditional (and traditional) learners by accommodating learning needs Presentation for educators or parents by Dr. Jane Bluestein We all have individual preferences and needs when it comes to learning. Some of us like it quiet, while others need music or other noises in order to concentrate. Some need