Safe Schools Bibliography, Page 5

Author names beginning with F through H

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 “F” through “H.” Links to other references follow.

Faber, Adele and Elaine Mazlish. “Experts Speak Out on Punishment,” How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk. New York: Avon Books, 1980.

Farney, Teresa J. “Mom Knew, Breakfast Most Important Meal,” Albuquerque Journal (Sept. 20, 2000)

Farrar, Derril. “Hands Off!” Sunday Telegraph. (4 September 1983).

Fassler, David G. and Lynne S. Dumas. “Help Me, I’m Sad.” New York: Viking, 1997.

Faulkner, Bobbie, and Patricia Faiveley, “Multi-Age from the Ground Up,” in Multi-Age Classrooms, Karen Gutloff, ed. Washington, DC: NEA Teacher-to-Teacher Books, National Education Association, 1995.

Fay, Jim and David Funk. Teaching with Love and Logic. Golden, Col.: The Love and Logic Press, Inc., 1995.

Fibkins, William. “Training Middle School Teachers to be Effective Helpers,” Schools in the Middle, Vol. 8, No. 6 (April, 1999):6-8.

Finley, Mary. “Cultivating Resilience: An Overview for Rural Educators and Parents,” ERIC Digest, (1994). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Flach, Frederic. Resilience: Discovering a New Strength at Times of Stress. New York: Fawcett Columbine, 1988.

Flores, Joshuah G. “Baggy Pants Give Off Phony Fashion Cues,” Albuquerque Journal (Nov. 2, 1999).

Fox, C. Lynn and Shirley E. Forbing. Creating Drug-Free Schools and Communities: A Comprehensive Approach. New York: Harper Collins Publishers, 1992.

Fraser, Ken. Positive Choices: A Modern Journey to Samarkand, course manual. Kindston, ACT, Australia: Work Resources Centre, Inc., 1998.

Fraser, Ken. Values in the Workplace, course manual, National Agency for Self-Esteem & Responsibility . Kingston, ACT, Australia: Work Resources Centre, Inc.

Freedman, Joshua. “Hijacking of the Amygdala,” EQ Today (April 21, 1999). Available: 6seconds Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Freedman, Joshua M., Anabel L. Jensen, Marsha C. Rideout and Patricia E. Freedman. Handle with Care: Emotional Intelligence Activity Book. San Mateo, Calif.: Six Seconds, 1998.

Freedman, Patricia. “A Girl’s Place is in the Universe,” (Dec. 21, 1998). Available: 6seconds Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: (This is for the first part of this article. For parts 2 and 3, the URL is the same except for ending with jpcgirls2.html and jpcgirls3.html)

Freeman, Cecilia K. and Joyce B. Sherwood. “Brain Gym and Its Effect on Reading Ability: A Report on the Brain Gym Reading Pilot Project at the Saticoy Elementary School, Ventura, California, School Year 1998-1999.” Unpublished paper, Feb. 2000.

Freeman, Jodi. How to Drug-Proof Kids. Albuquerque, NM: The Think Shop, Inc., 1989.

Frey, Karin. “Social-Emotional Learning: A Foundation for Academic Success,” Committee for Children Prevention Update (Spring, 1999): 1-3.

Freiberg, H. Jerome. “Measuring School Climate: Let Me Count the Ways,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 1 (September, 1998). Available: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Froschl, Merle and Nancy Gropper. “Fostering Friendships, Curbing Bullying,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 8 (May 1999): 72-75.

Fu, Victoria R. “Culture, Schooling and Education in a Democracy.” Available: ERIC/EECE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Fukushima, Rhoda. “Karate Kids,” Albuquerque Journal (July 10, 2000).

Gaardner, Jostine. The Solitaire Mystery. New York: Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 1996.

Galland, Leo. “Alternative Medicine Clinic.” This page was faxed to me with no support information.

Gardner, Howard. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences. New York: Basic Books, 1983.

Garfield, Charles. Peak Performers. New York: William Morrow & Co., Inc., 1986.

Garrity, Carla B., Kathryn Jens and William W. Porter. “Bully Proofing Your School: Creating a Positive Climate,” (July 1999). Availability, First Search Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: Note: This article was sent to me by a friend who found it on a firstsearch library system. I do not have a more complete address nor do I know the original source of the article, though I do have a full copy of the text.

Gartner, Audrey and Frank Riessman. “Peer-Tutoring: Toward a New Model,” ERIC Digest, (August 1993). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gaustad, Joan. “Peer and Cross-Age Tutoring,” ERIC Digest, No. 79, (March 1993). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gaustad, Joan. “Schools Attack the Roots of Violence,” ERIC Digest, No. 63, (October 1991). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gawain, Shakti. “Moving Toward the New Millennium,” The Fabric of the Future: Women Visionaries Illuminate the Path to Tomorrow. Berkeley, Calif.: Conari Press, 1998.

Gazzaniga, Michael S. Mind Matters. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1988.

Gazzaniga, Michael S. The Social Brain: Discovering the Networks of the Mind. New York: Basic Books, 1985.

Gerber, Matt and Kim Jones. “Kids Keeping the Peace: Resolving Conflict on the Playground,” (July 24, 1996). Available: Ben and Jerry’s Online, Address:

Geocaris, Claudia and Maria Ross. “A Test Worth Taking,” Educational Leadership. Vol. 57, No. 1 (Sept. 1999): 29-33.

Gerrard, Tamara. Com-Packs: Kids’ Committees for Integrated Learning. Albuquerque, N.Mex.: I.S.S. Publications, 1987.

Gevelinger, Sister Mary Ellen, O.P., and Laurel Zimmerman. “How Catholic Schools are Creating a Safe Climate for Gay and Lesbian Students,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 55, No. 2 (October, 1997). Available: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gibbs, Nancy. “A Week in the Life of a High School,” Time Magazine, Vol. 154, No. 17 (Oct. 25, 1999): 66-115.

Gibbs, Nancy. “If We Have It, Do We Use It?” Time Magazine, No. 39 (Sept. 27, 1999): 53-54.

Gibbs, Nancy. “Introduction: Time Special Report on Troubled Kids,” Time Magazine. Vol. 153, No. 21 (May 31, 1999): 33.

Gibson, Janice T. Discipline is not a Dirty Word. Brattleboro, Vt.: The Lewis Publishing Co., 1983.

Gibson, Janice T. Living: Human Development Through the Lifespan. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, Publishing Co., 1983.

Girard, Kathryn L. “Preparing Teachers for Conflict Resolution in the Schools,” ERIC Digest, (1995). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Glasser, William. Schools Without Failure. New York: Perrenial Library, 1975.

Glenn, H. Stephen and Michael L. Brock. Seven Strategies for Developing Capable Students. Rocklin, Calif.: Prima Publishing, 1998.

Gold, Jeffrey. “N.J. School District Limits Homework,” Albuquerque Journal (Oct. 23, 2000).

Goleman, Daniel. “A Key to Post-Traumatic Stress Lies in Brain Chemistry, Scientists Find,” The New York Times. (12 June 1990)

Goleman, Daniel. Emotional Intelligence. New York: Bantam Books, 1995.

Goleman, Daniel. “New Ways to Battle Bias: Fight Acts, Not Feelings,” The New York Times. (16 July 1991)

Goleman, Daniel. “Psychologists Find Ways to Break Racism’s Hold,” The New York Times. (5 September 1989)

Goodlad, John I. A Place Called School. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1984.

Goodman, Ellen. “Dream Parents’ Can Raise Nightmares,” York Daily Record (May 4, 1999).

Goodnough, Abby. “Sensing Higher Calling in the Classroom,” (Aug. 1, 2000). Available: New York Times Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gordon, Thomas. “How Children Really React to Control,” Discipline that Works: Promoting Self-Discipline in Children. New York: Plume/Penguin, 1989, pp. 78-81. Available: PTAVE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gordon, Thomas. Leadership Effectiveness Training. Toronto: Bantam Books, 1977.

Grant, Jim. I Hate School. Rosemont, N.J.: Modern Learning Press, 1986.

Greenberg, Brigitte. “Learning Disabled Seeking Education,” Albuquerque Journal (Feb. 10, 2000).

Greene, Leon. “Beyond Violence,” Principal 79, no. 1 (Sept. 1999): 4.

Greenhouse, Steven. “Autumn of Teachers’ Discontent is Dawning,” (Sept. 20, 2000). Available: New York Times Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Greenspan, Stanley I., with Jacqueline Salmon. The Challenging Child: Understanding, Raising and Enjoying the Five “Difficult” Types of Children. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., 1995.

Greenspan, Stanley I., with Beryl Lieff Benderly. The Growth of the Mind. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley Publishing Co., Inc., 1997.

Greenwald, Ricky. EMDR: A New Treatment for Traumatic Memories/Children Helped by EMDR (Oct. 13, 1999). Available Child Trauma Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Gregorc, Anthony. “Frequently Asked Questions on Style.” Available: Gregorc Associates, Inc. Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Griggs, Shirley A. “Learning Styles Counseling,” ERIC Digest, (December 1991). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Guild, Pat Burke and Sandy Chock-Eng. “Multiple Intelligence, Learing Styles, Brain-Based Education: Where do the Messages Overlap?” Schools in the Middle, Vol. 7, No. 4 (March/April 1998): 38-40.

Gurza, Augustin. “Spanking: An Idea Whose Time Has Gone,” Los Angeles Times (March 21, 2000). Available: PTAVE (Parents & Teachers Against Violence in Education) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Haas, Howard and Alex Aitcheson. “Meet Howard Haas and Alex D. Aitcheson.” Available: The Children’s Crusade Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Hafen, Brent Q. and Kathryn J. Frandsen. Youth Suicide: Depression and Loneliness. Evergreen, Colo.: Cordillera Press, Inc., 1986.

Hagstrom, David. “Seeking Clarity About Crisis,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 53-57.

Halford, Joan Montgomery. “Longing for the Sacred in Schools: A Conversation with Nel Noddings,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 28-32.

Haney, Walter and George Madaus. “Searching for Alternatives to Standardized Tests: Whys, Whats and Whithers,” Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 70, No. 9 (May 1989): 683-687.

Hannaford, Carla. “The Brain Gym Option for Hyperactivity,” Australian Journal of Remedial Education, Vol. 26, No. 1.

Hannaford, Carla. The Dominance Factor. Arlington, VA: Great Oceans Publishers, 1997.

Hannaford, Carla. The Physiological Basis of Learning and Kinesiology, course manual, 1998.

Hannaford, Carla. Smart Moves: Why Learning is not All in Your Head. Arlington, Va.: Great Oceans Publishers, 1995.

Hansen, J. Merrell and John Childs. “Creating a School Where People Like to Be,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 1 (September, 1998). Available: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Hartzer, Jeff. “Chaos Journal,” Nov. 11, 2000. Available: Aquilaarts Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

Haskins, Walaika. “Legislating Respect,” the Web site. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address:

Hawley, Jack. Reawakening the Spirit at Work. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1993.

Haynes, Charles C. “Averting Culture Wars over Religion,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 24-27.

Heacox, Diane. Up from Underachievement. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1991.

Hellmich, Nanci. “Cut the Homework and the TV Time,” USA Today (Sept. 28, 2000).

Henry, Tamara. “New Teachers are Passionate but Unprepared,” USA Today (May 24, 2000).

Hersey, Jane. Why Can’t My Child Behave? Alexandria, Va.: Pear Tree Press, Inc., 1999.

Hickman, Craig R. and Michael A. Silva. Creating Excellence. New York: New American Library, 1984.

Him, Deborah and Carolyn Moore. “Sailing the Sea as We Build the Boat,” in Multi-Age Classrooms, Karen Gutloff, ed. NEA Teacher-to-Teacher Books, Washington, DC: National Education Association, 1995.

Hirshberg, Charles. “How Good are Our Schools?” Life (Sept. 1999): 40-42.

Hoerr, Tom. “Reporting What We Respect,” Classroom Leadership, an ASCD Newsletter for K-12 Classroom Teachers, Vol. 3, No. 5 (Feb. 2000): 2-3.

Hoff, Joe. “Avoiding the Cold Within: Instructional Relationships Systematically Applied,” Schools in the Middle, Vol. 8, No. 2 (October, 1998).

Holt, John. How Children Learn. New York: Dell Books, 1967.

Hoover, John R. and Ronald Oliver. The Bullying Prevention Handbook: A Guide for Parents, Teachers and Counselors. Bloomington, IN: National Education Service, 1996.

Horn, Sam. “How to Handle Someone Who is Angry, Manipulative, Intimidating or Just Plain Rude,” Bottom Line/Personal (July 1, 2000): 1-3.

Hotinski, Roberta. “Missed Signals: You Were Angry?” U.S. News and World Report, Vol. 127, No. 6 (August 9, 1999): 50.

Huitt, William. “Moral and Character Development.” Available: [Internet, WWW], Address:

Hunt, Morton. The Story of Psychology. New York: Doubleday Dell Publishing Group, Inc., 1993.

Huxley, Ron. “Moral Development of Children: Knowing Right from Wrong.” Available: Parenting Toolbox Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address:

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 “C” through “E”
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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