Safe Schools Bibliography, Page 4

Author names beginning with C through E

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 website. This page includes references in which author names begin with letters “C” through “E.” Links to other references follow.

Calloway, Larry. “Court Rules APS Has No Duty to ‘Protect Against Attack,” Albuquerque Journal (Sept. 30, 1999).

Cameron, Julia, with Mark Bryan. The Artist’s Way. New York: G.P. Putnam’s Sons, 1992.

Carey, Ken. The Third Millennium. San Francisco: Harper San Francisco, 1991.

Carlson, Margaret. “An Outrage That Will Last,” Time Magazine, Vol.153, No. 18 (May 10, 1999): 35.

Carter, Rita. Mapping the Mind. Berkeley, Calif.: The University of California Press, 1998.

Casey, John. “Some Antisocial Boys Reap Rewards as Adults,” (Nov. 26, 2000). Available: AOL Web site: [Internet, WWW], Address: G_library/

Chase, Bob. “Statement on GLSEN Report Card at the Back to School Press Conference” (NEA Policy Statement), 1998. Available: GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Checkley, Kathy. “The First Seven…” Educational Leadership, Vol. 55, No. 1 (November 1997): 8-13.

Cherry, Clare, Douglas Godwin, and Jesse Staples. Is the Left Brain Always Right? Torrance, Calif.: Fearon Teacher Aids, 1989.

Christian, Nichole, with reporting by Maggie Sieger. “Is Smaller Perhaps Better?” Time Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 21 (May 31, 1999): 43.

Chua-Eoan, Howard. “Escaping from the Darkness,” Time Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 21 (May 31, 1999): 44-49

Ciaccio, Joseph. “A Teacher’s Chance for Immortality,” Schools in the Middle. Vol. 8, No. 2 (October 1998): 24-28.

Clark, Jean Illsley. Time-In: When Time-Out Doesn’t Work. Seattle: Parenting Press, Inc., 1999.

Clemetson, Lynette. “Wooing Them with Elvis,” Newsweek (Oct. 2, 2000): 39.

Cloud, John. “Just a Routine School Shooting,” Time Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 21 (May 31, 1999): 34-43.

Cohen, Adam. “Criminals as Copycats,” Time Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 21 (May 31, 1999): 38.

Cohen, Elizabeth G. “Making Cooperative Learning Equitable,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 1 (September, 1998). Available: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Cohen, Philip. “The Content of Their Character: Educators Find New Ways to Tackle Values and Morality,” Curriculum Update, (Spring 1995). Available: Association for Curriculum and Supervision Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Cole, Thomas J. “Music a Prelude to School Shooting,” Albuquerque Journal (June 4, 2000).

Coleman, Brenda C. “Study: Do Not Spank,” San Francisco Examiner (15 August 1997)

Colwell-Cornett, Kristie, Monica R. Louderback-Gibson, and Chandra E. Napier. “When Students Resist,” in Multi-Age Classrooms, Karen Gutloff, ed. NEA Teacher-to-Teacher Books, Washington, DC: National Education Association, 1995.

Combs, Arthur W. “Humanistic Education: Too Tender for a Tough World?” Phi Delta Kappan. Vol. 62, No. 6 (Feb. 1981): 446-448.

Corcoran, Katherine. “Authors Say Babies Can Learn Without Gimmicks,” Albuquerque Journal (Dec. 26, 1999).

Connell, John. “8 Cardinal Points of Effective Teaching,” course handout.

Cornell, Dewey G. and Ann B. Loper. “New Studies of Attitudes and Behaviors and School Violence,” (August 9, 1996). Available: American Psychological Association Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Couture, Laurie A. “Corporal Punishment: Society’s Remaining Acceptable Violence,” Available: Child Advocate Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://

Couture, Laurie A. “Forced Retention of Bodily Waste: The Most Overlooked Form of Child Maltreatment.” Available PTAVE (Parents & Teachers Against Violence in Education) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Cowan, David. Taking Charge of Organizational Conflict. Spring Valley, Calif.: Innerchoice Publishing, 1995.

Cummings, Rhoda and Gary Fisher. The School Survival Guide for Kids with LD. Minneapolis, MN: Free Spirit Publishing, 1991.

Cushman, Kathleen. “How Small Schools Increase Student Learning (And What Large Schools Can Do About It),” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 2 (Nov. 1999): 20-2

Daigle, Patricia. “Opposing Corporal Punishment in Two Lands,” Contra Costa Times. (13 December 1986)

D’Arcangelo, Marcia. “How the Brain Learns: The Brains Behind the Brain,” Educational Leadership 56, no. 3 (November 1998). Available: Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:’arcangelo.html

Dauten, Dale. “Lighting Deserves a Look,” Albuquerque Journal (Jan. 25, 2000).

Davies, Anne. “Seeing the Results for Yourself: A Portfolio Primer,” Classroom Leadership, an ASCD Newsletter for K-12 Classroom Teachers, Vol. 3, No. 5 (Feb. 2000): 4.

Dean, Carolyn. “Ask the Experts: Teen with ADD,” Natural Health (Jan./Feb. 2001): 41-42.

Dean, Carolyn. “Sweet Conspiracy,” Natural Health (Jan./Feb. 2001): 70-76.

de Andrés, Verónica Martínez. “Developing Self-Esteem in the Primary School: A Pilot Study,” Intervention study submitted as part of graduate study, Oxford Brookes University, Oxford, U.K., 1996.

DeBeaufort, Elaine, with Aura Sofia Diaz. The Three Faces of Mind. Wheaton, Ill.: Quest Books, 1996.

Dennison, Paul E. and Gail E. Dennison. Brain Gym. Ventura, CA: Edu-Kinesthetics, Inc., 1986.

Dennison, Paul E., and Gail E. Dennison. Brain Gym, Teacher’s Edition, revised. Ventura, Calif.: Edu-Kinesthetics, Inc., 1994.

DeRoche, Edward F., “Creating a Framework for Character Education,” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 3 (January 2000): 32-34.

DeRosa, Patti. “Guidelines for Challenging Racism and Other Forms of Oppression,” (July 24 1996). Available: Ben and Jerry’s Online, Address:

Dhue, Laurie. Segment on bullying. “Newsfront: Coalition for Children, Inc.,” MSNBC (April 25, 2000).

Dickens, Charles. David Copperfield. George H. Ford, ed. (Original publication date, 1849-1850.) New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1958.

Diller, Lawrence H. “Just Say Yes to Ritalin!” Available: Mothers Who Think Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Dingmann, Tracy. “Punishment Won’t Curb School Violence,” Albuquerque Journal.

Dizon, Nicole Ziegler. “Schools Struggle Over How to Protect Gay Students,” Albuquerque Journal (Oct. 8, 2000).

Donnelly, Joseph, Anthony T. Procaccino, Jr. and Maryam Donnelly. “Impressionable Years: Forming Empowerment in Adolescents Through Fostering Self-Esteem,” Journal of The National Association for Self-Esteem, Vol. 1, No. 1 (Winter 1999): 6-9

Donovan, Bernadette and Rose Marie Iovino. “A Multiple Intelligences Approach to Expanding and Celebrating Teacher Portfolios and Student Portfolios.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Educational Research Association, October, 1997.

Doud, Guy. “From Hero to Zero.” Available: The Life Story Foundation Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:; /doud2.html; /doud3.html

Doyle, Walter. “Classroom Management Techniques and Student Discipline.” Paper prepared for the Student Discipline Strategies Project, sponsored by the Education and Social Division of the Office of Research, OERI, Us Department of Education, December, 1986.

Drew, Naomi. The Peaceful Classroom in Action. Torrance, CA: Jalmar Press, 1999.

Drew, Polly. “Adults Must Protect Kids from Themselves,” The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel (31 May 1998). Available: The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Dryden, Gordon, and Jeannette Vos. The Learning Revolution. Rolling Hills Estates, Calif.: Jalmar Press, 1994.

Dryden, Gordon, and Jeannette Vos. “Teaching Breakthroughs,” The Learning Web Web site. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address:

Duffy, Tom. “Give Me a Break!” People Magazine (Nov. 27, 2000): 209-210.

Dunn, Kenneth and Rita Dunn. The Educator’s Self-Teaching Guide to Individualizing Instructional Programs. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Parker Publishing Co., 1975.

Durham, Gisele. “Study: Many Teenagers Lie, Cheat,” Albuquerque Journal (Oct. 17, 2000)

Duttwiler, Patricia Cloud. “Gay and Lesbian Youth at Risk,” The Journal of At-Risk Issues, Vol. 3, No. 2 (Winter/Spring 1997). Available: National Dropout Prevention Center Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: WhosAtRisk/

Duvall, Lynn. Respecting Our Differences. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1994.

Dwyer, Kevin P. “Children Killing Children,” Communiqué, Newsletter of the National Association of School Psychologists, Special Edition (Spring, 1999): 1-5

Dwyer, K., D. Osher and C. Wagner. “Early Warning, Timely Response: A Guide to Safe Schools.” Washington, DC: US Department of Education, 1998.

Ediger, Marlow. “Caring and the Elementary Curriculum.” Report, Truman State University, Kirksville, MO, 1998.

Einstein, Albert. “Force and Fear Have No Place in Education,” Out of My Later Years. New York: Phiolsophical Library, Inc., 1950, pp. 33-35. Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Eisner, Elliot W. “What Really Counts in Schools,” Educational Leadership. Vol. 48, No. 5 (Feb. 1991): 10-17.

Elkind, David. Reinventing Childhood. Rosemont, NJ: Modern Learning Press, Inc., 1998.

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

Titles beginning with numerals, “A” through “M”
Titles beginning with “N” through “Z”
Authors “A” and “B”
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 websites 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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