Safe Schools Bibliography, Page 1

Titles beginning with numerals and the letters A through M

This is a portion of the list of resources used in Creating Emotionally Safe Schools by Dr. Jane Bluestein (Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc., 2001.) Although many of these references appeared in the bibliography of the book, I have posted the entire bibliography on this Web site. This page includes references in which titles begin with numerals, and the letters “A” through “M.” Links to other references follow.

“10 guidelines for Raising a Well-Behaved Child,” presented by End Physical Punishment of Children, (November 22, 1998). Available: Center for Effective Discipine Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.stophitting.com/EPOCH.htm

“The 4MAT System,” Available: About Learning Inc. Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://aboutlearning.com/aboutlearning/4MATsys.html

“About Brain Gym,” Brain Gym Web site. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.braingym.org/about.html.

“About Educational Kinesiology,” Edu-Kinesthetics Web site. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.braingym.org/info/info.html

“About True Colors.” Available True Colors Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://truecolors.org/general/about_true_colors.htm

“Adult Presence Critical in Keeping School Grounds Safe,” (2000). Available: Parent Institute Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.parent-institute.com/nl/deliver.asp?issueID=enaug00sample&itemID=11966

“America’s Aging Schools,” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 2 (Nov. 1999): 11

“Annual Report on School Safety,” October, 1998. Available: The US Department of Education Publications Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/pubs/AnnSchoolRept98

“Anthropologist Finds Psychological Seed of War in Baby Spanking,” The Boston Globe (5 January 1941). Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/montagu3.htm

“Attitudes Toward Difference: The Riddle Scale,” handout distributed by GLSEN Omaha with an adaptation of Dr. Dorothy Riddles’ Scale of Homophobia, 1987.

“Back to School, and Back to ‘Sick Buildings?’” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States (Sept. 1997): 1-3.

“Back to School Campaign: Report Card on Making School Safe for All Students,” 1998. Available: GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.glsen.org/pages/sections/news/back-to-school/1998/key, and http://www.glsen.org/pages/sections/news/back-to-school/1998/districtsbygrade

“BASRC 1997 Annual Report,” (1997). Available: Bay Area School Reform Collaborative, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.fwl.org/basrc/rubrics/annualreport.pdf

“Behavior Problems: What’s a School to Do?” Feature article from the newsletter, Addressing Barriers to Learning, of the Clearinghouse of the Center for Mental Health in Schools of the University of California, Los Angeles. Vol. 2, No. 2. (1997)

“Bigotry by any other name…” Report to Friends—August 1999. Available: PTAVE (Parents & Teachers Against Violence in Education) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/msg4.htm

“A Blueprint for Safe Schools,” (June 18, 1999), produced by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence. Available: University of Colorado at Boulder Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.colorado.edu/cspv/factsheets/factsheet15.html

“Boy, 13, Dies After School Fistfight,” Albuquerque Journal, wire service report, 21 November 1999: A2.

“Bullying Common in Middle School,” OT Week (Sept. 16, 1999), reprinted from American Psychological Association (August 20).

“Celebration of Learning,” Eyewitness News 4 segment (August 27, 1999).

“Children and Guns,” NAESP Report to Parents. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals, Sept. 1999.

“Civil Servant,” interview with Judith Martin (Miss Manners), People, Vol. 52, No. 18 (Nov. 8, 1999): 109-110.

“Clear Goals, Training Can help You Create a ‘Powerful’ Volunteer Program at School,” (2000). Available: Parent Institute Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.parent-institute.com/nl/deliver.asp?issueID=enaug00sample&itemID=11962

“Color Johnny Hyperactive/ADD,” flyer published by The Feingold Association of the United States, Inc.

“Connecting with Kids,” News 4 KOB-TV (July 28, 1999).

“Corporal Punishment,” Position Statement of the National Association of School Psychologists (April 18, 1998). Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/nasp2.htm.

“Corporal Punishment: Myths and Realities,” Fact sheet prepared by The National PTA (1991). Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/pta.htm

“Corporal Punishment in Schools,” Position Paper of the Society for Adolescent Medicine, Journal of Adolescent Health (1992): 13:240-246. Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/sam.htm

“Corporal Punishment in Schools,” Policy Statement by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (Approved, June 1988). Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/aacap.htm

“Corporal Punishment in Schools” (RE9207), Position Statement of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Committee on School Health (1991). Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/aap2.htm

“Creating Peaceable Families,” July 24, 1996. Online guide developed by the Resolving Conflict Creatively Program (RCCP) National Center. Available: Ben and Jerry’s Online Web site, Address: http://euphoria.benjerry.com/esr/peaceable-young.html.

“CSPV Fact Sheet,” June 18, 1999, prepared by the Center for the Study and Prevention of Violence, using information excerpted from “Evaluations of School-Based Violence Prevention, by F. Samples and L. Aber in Violence in American Schools: A New Perspective, by D.S. Elliott, B. Hamburg and K.R. Williams, eds., pp. 217-252. NY: Cambridge University Press, 1998. Available: University of Colorado Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.colorado.edu/cspv/factsheet/factsheet10.html

“A Deadly Rift: Aftermath in Amarillo,” segment broadcast on ABC’s 20/20 (July 6, 2000).

“Dear Abby,” Albuquerque Journal (June 12, 2000).

“Developing Family/School Partnerships: Guidelines for Schools and School Districts.” Available: National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ncpie.org/ncpieguidelines.html.

“The Disability Named AD/HD: An Overview of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,” (2000). Available: CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.chaddlorg/facts/add_facts01.htm

“Discipline,” NAESP Report to Parents. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals, Sept. 1999.

“Diversity Training and Consulting.” Available on the National MultiCultural Institute Web Site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.nmci.org/training.htm#train

“Dream Builders,” HGTV broadcast on August 19, 1999. (Report on environmentally-safe building products and procedures.)

“Dry Erase markers Can Really Smell Up a Classroom,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States (Oct. 2000): 5.

“Education Indicators,” America’s Children 1998. Available: Forum on Child and Family Statistics, ChildStats Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.childstats.gov/ac1998/edtxt.htm

“E.E.G. Confirms Food-Induced Abnormalities in ADHD Children,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States, special issue ontreatments for ADD/ADHD: 1-4.

“Emotionally Intelligent Parenting: An Interview with Elias, Maurice,” EQ Today (April 21, 1999). Available: 6seconds Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.6seconds.org/jrn/elias.html.

“Facts About Corporal Punishment,” presented by the National Coalition to Abolish Punishment in Schools, (October 20, 1998). Available: Center for Effective Discipline Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.stophitting.com/facts_about_corporal_punishment.htm

“Family Involvement Keeps Paying Off in Middle School,” (2000). Available: Parent Institute Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.parent-institute.com/nl/deliver.asp?issueID=midaug00sample&itemID=12053.

“Fast Company,” American Way (Oct. 15, 2000): 104.

“Fear Clouds School Openings,” Sept. 3, 1999. Available: CBS News Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.cbs.com/flat/story_177930.html

“For Immediate Release: Guide Provides Help to Parents and Educators after Littleton,” (1999). Available: Educators for Social Responsibility Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.esrnational.org/pressrelease.html

“Getting Parents Involved: One School’s Approach,” Communicator, Newsletter of the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Vol. 23, No. 2 (Oct. 1999): 3.

“Getting Started on a Great School Year,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States (Sept., 2000): 1-3.

“GLSEN: Teaching Respect for All in our Schools,” handout packet published by the Omaha Chapter of Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network.

“Harvard’s Howard Gardner Teaches Parents to nurture Children’s Natural Gifts for Learning,” Bottom Line Personal, Vol. 20, No. 17 (Sept. 1, 1999): 11-12.

“Health Indicators,” America’s Children 1998. Available: Forum on Child and Family Statistics, ChildStats Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.childstats.gov/ac1998/toc.htm

“Health Risks to Children Associated with Forced Retention of Body Waste: A Statement by Medical Authorities,” (Oct. 1999). Available PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/trbw.htm.

Helping Children Grow up in the ’90s: A Resource Book for Parents and Teachers. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists, 1992.

“Helping Every Student Attend a Safe School: The Center for the Prevention of School Violence,” (no date). Available: North Carolina State University Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ncsu.edu/cpsv/helpeveryst.htm.

“How a Teacher Can Work with a Child Diagnosed with ADD,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States (Sept. 1996): 1-4.

“How Foods and Additives Affect the Brain,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States, special issue on brain chemistry: 1-4.

“How Parents Can Turn Off TV Violence,” NAESP Report to Parents. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals, Sept. 1999.

“Howard Gardner on: The Acceptance of Multiple Intelligence Theory,” from Reinventing Our Schools. Available: Penn State Educational Systems Design Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.psu.edu/insys/ESD/Gardner/AcceptMI.html

“How You Can Support Columbine High School,” (May 1, 1999). Available: University of Colorado at Boulder Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.colorado.edu/Chancellor/columbine/

“Inconsistencies, Confusion in the Treatment of ADHD,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States, special issue ontreatments for ADD/ADHD: 1-3.

“Independence Alternative High School,” school profile and SRO program. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://home.if.rmci.net/paulrh/

“An Introduction to Life Span Development: Lawrence Kohlberg.” (2000) Available: Prentice-Hall Distance Learning Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://cw.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/feldman4/ chapter1/ custom12/deluxe-content.html

“The Japanese Way,” KOB-TV News 4 report (Feb. 27, 2000).

“Johnny Be Good: Teaching Character in America’s Public Schools,” Communicator, Newsletter of the National Association of Elementary School Principals. Vol. 23, No. 4 (Jan, 2000): 1-3.

“The Joys of Competition,” Imagine, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Sept/Oct. 1999): 4-5.

“Just the Facts” (1998). Availability: Blackboard On-Line, the GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.glstn.org/pages/sections/library/reference/006.article

“The Kellogg Report—A Landmark Study,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States, (Dec. 1990/Jan. 1991): 1, 4.

“Kids and TV Research,” study that appeared in the Internet version of Pediatrics, a journal published by the American Academy of Pediatrics, sent via email by a survey respondent.

“Kids Killing Kids & Kids Saving Kids,” Video by Arnold Shapiro Productions, Inc., 1991.

“Lack of Iron in Infancy Can have Lasting Effects,” the allHealth Web site. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.allhealth.comealth/followup/print/0.4197.5001_174415.00.html

“Lawrence Kohlberg.” (2000) Available: The Psi Cafe Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.psy.pdx.edu/PsiCafe/KeyTheorists/Kohlberg.htm

“Learning Styles,” (Feb. 1996). Available: Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://algonquinc.on.ca/edtech/gened/styles.html.

“Learning Styles and the 4MAT System: A Cycle of Learning.” Available University of North Dakota “Volcanoes” Program Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://volcano.und.nodak.edu/vwdocs/msh/11c/is/4mat.html

“Lesson 4: Emotions,” ASCD Professional Development Online. Available: The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ascd.org/pdi/brain/brain4.html.

“A Lesson Learned: Spare the Rod,” Bangkok Post (Sept. 15, 2000). Available: PTAVE (Parents & Teachers Against Violence in Education) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nospank.org/thai2.htm

[Liner notes from] Charles Mingus, “The Clown” (CD);

“Listen to Your Children,” NAESP Report to Parents. Alexandria, VA: National Association of Elementary School Principals, Sept. 1999.

“Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt,” from the Partners in Program Planning in Adolescent Health. Available: American Psychological Association Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.apa.org/pi/pii/teen/ teen1.html (through teen8.html)

“Major Premises of 4MAT.” Available: About Learning Inc. Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://aboutlearning.com/aboutlearning/4premis.html

“The Many Effects of Daylight,” Pure Facts, newsletter of the Feingold Association of the United States (March, 2000): 1-5.

“Medical Management of Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder,” (2000). Available: CHADD (Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.chaddlorg/facts/add_facts03.htm

“Mentoring Improves Youth Attitudes and Behaviors,” Catalyst, Vol. 19, No. 1 (February 1999). Available: National Crime Prevention Council Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ncpc.org/ cat9902b.htm

“MIT’s Lester Thurow Welcomes You to the Brainpower Era,” Bottom Line/Personal (Oct. 15, 1999): 7-8.

“Montessori: The Rebirth of a Legend.” Available: The Learning Web Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.thelearningweb.net/montessori.htm

“Moral Classrooms: The Development of Character and Integrity in the Elementary School.” A research report by The Teel Institute for the Development of Integrity and Ethical Behavior. Kansas City, MO: The Teel Institute, 1998.

“More Information on Bullying,” (no date). Available: Bully B’ware Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.bullybeware.com/moreinfo.htm

“Mouth Watch,” People. Vol. 52, No. 10 (Sept. 13, 1999): 76.

Links to other resources used in Creating Emotionally Safe Schools include:

Titles beginning with “N” through “Z”
Authors “A” and “B”
Authors “C” through “E”
Authors “F” through “H”
Authors “I” through “L”
Authors “M” through “Q”
Authors “R” through “S”
Authors “T” through “Z”

Index: Links for full bibliography

Please note that many of the references used in the book were found on Web sites whose links may or may not still be active, even if the site still exists. Because of the transitory nature of online information, I have not endeavored to link these resources to their original locations. If copying the link and pasting it into your browser does not work, you might try searching the author, agency, or title of the resource.

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