Author names beginning with R through S
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 author names begin with letters “R” through “S.” Links to other references follow.
Racosky, Richard J. dreams + action = Reality. Boulder, Colo.: ActionGraphics Publishing, 1996.
Racosky, Rico. “Shift Happens: Making Sense of Changing Times,” presentation materials and handouts, 1998.
Rardin, Sue, “Getting Tough on the Tough Teach,” Trust, Vol. 2, No. 4 (Fall, 1999): 12-17.
Rauhauser-Smith, Kate. “Schools’ Three Rs now Include Respect,” York Daily Record (Nov. 22, 1999)
Reavis, George H. The Animal School. Peterborough, N.H.: Crystal Springs Books, 2000.
Recer, Paul. “Brain Regenerates Thinking Cells, Princeton Study Says,” Albuquerque Journal (Oct. 15, 1999).
Redenbach, Sandi. Autobiography of a Dropout: Dear Diary. Davis, Calif.: Esteem Seminar Programs and Publications, 1996.
Reif, Sandra. Reaching and Teaching Children with ADD/ADHD, resource handbook to accompany training. Bellevue, Wash.: Bureau of Education and Research, 1999.
Remboldt, Carole. Solving Vilence Problems in Your School: Why a Systematic Approach is Necessary. Minneapolis, Minn.: Johnson Institute-QVS, Inc., 1994.
Remboldt, Carole. Violence in Schools: The Enabling Factor. Minneapolis, Minn.: Johnson Institute-QVS, Inc., 1994.
Renchler, Ron. “Poverty and Learning,” ERIC Digest, No. 83, (May 1993). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed357433.html
Rettig, Michael A. “Seven Steps to Schoolwide Safety,” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 1 (Sept. 1999): 10-13.
Revelle, William, and Debra A. Loftus. “The Implications of Arousal Effects for the Study of Affect and Memory,” The Handbook of Emotion and Memory: Research and Theory. Sven-Ake Christianson, ed. Hillsdale, N.J.: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers., 1992.
Riak, Jordan. “Abuse in Schools is Out!” Article reprint prepared by Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education. Alamo, CA: PTAVE (Copyright waived, no date).
Riak, Jordan. Plain Talk About Spanking. Alamo, CA: PTAVE (Parents and Teachers Against Violence in Education), 1996.
Ribas, William B. “Tips for Reaching Parents,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 1, (September 1998). Available: Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ascd.org/pubs/el/sep98/ribas.html
Roberge, Ron. “Project P.O.D.S.: Providing Opportunities for Developing Student Success,” ERIC Digest, (1995). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ ed401499.html
Robinson, Carol E. “Alamo Advocate Aims to Ban Punishment at Home, School,” San Ramon Valley Times (3 July 1994)
Rogers, Carl R. Client-Centered Therapy. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1951.
Rogers, Carl, and H. Jerome Frieberg. Freedom to Learn. New York: Macmillan College Publishing Co., Inc., 1994.
Rogers, Patrick. “Enough Already: Interview with Leon Botstein,” People, Vol. 52, No. 1 (July 12, 1999).
Rogers, Patrick, et al. “The Youngest Victims,” People, Vol. 53, No. 13 (April 3, 2000).
Rogers, Spence. Teaching Tips: 105 Ways to Increase Motivation and Learning. Evergreen, Col.: Peak Learning Systems, Inc., 1999.
Rogers, Spence and Lisa Renard. “Relationship-Driven Teaching,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 57, No. 1 (Sept. 1999): 35-37.
Rogers, Wendy Stainton. “Promoting, Permitting and Preventing Bullying,” Bullying: A Practical Guide to Coping for Schools, 2nd ed., Michele Elliott, ed. London: Pitman Publishing, 1997.
Romain, Trevor. Bullies are a Pain in the Brain. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1997.
Romo, Rene. “Family: Boy Troubled (Deming Girl Dies…),” Albuquerque Journal, 21 November 1999: A1.
Rothenberg, Dianne. “Supporting Girls in Early Adolescence,” ERIC Digest, (September 1995). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed386331.html
Ruahauser-Smith, Kate. “Bully for Good Relations,” York Daily Record (Oct. 23, 1999)
Ryan, Michael. “Together, We Transform the World,” Parade Magazine. (Sept. 5, 1999): 4-7.
Sadasivan, Leslie. “A Mother Speaks Out,” Sept. 10, 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/mother
Sadker, David. “Gender Equity,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 7 (April 1999): 22-26.
Satir, Virginia. The New Peoplemaking. Mountain View, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books, Inc., 1988.
Satir, Virginia, John Banmen, Jane Gerber and Maria Gomori. The Satir Model: Family Therapy and Beyond. Palo Alto, Calif.: Science and Behavior Books, Inc., 1991.
Saunders, Carol Silverman. Safe at School. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1994.
Schaef, Anne Wilson. When Society Becomes an Addict. San Francisco: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1987.
Schacter, Robert, and Carol Spearin McCauley. When Your Child is Afraid. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988.
Schaps, Eric. “The Child Development Project: In Search of Synergy,” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 1 (Sept. 1999): 22-24.
Schaps, Eric and Daniel Solomon. “Schools and Classrooms as Caring Communities,” Educational Leadership. Vol. 48, No. 5 (Feb. 1991): 38-42.
Shick, Lyndall. Understanding Temperament: Strategies for Creating Family Harmony. Seattle: Parenting Press, 1998.
Schiller, Pam and Tamera Bryant. The Values Book: Teaching 16 Basic Values to Young Children. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House, 1998.
Schilling, Diane, ed. 50 Activities for Teaching Emotional Intelligence, Level II: Middle School. Torrance, Calif.: Innerchoice Publishing, 1996.
Schindette, Susan. “Of Felons and Felines,” People, Vol. 52, No. 18 (Nov. 8, 1999): 115-116.
Schoellkopf, Andrea. “Many Students Starting Class in Uniform,” Albuquerque Journal (14 August 1999).
Schultz, Edward W., and Charles M. Heuchert. Child Stress and the School Experience. New York: Human Sciences Press, Inc., 1983.
Schuster, Beate. “Mobbing, Bullying and Peer Rejection.” Available: American Psychological Association Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.apa.org/psa/julaug96/sb.html
Schwartz, Wendy. “Improving the School Experience for Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Students,” ERIC Digest, No. 101, (1994). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed377257.html
Schwarz, Eitan D. and Bruce D. Perry. “The Post-Traumatic Response in Children and Adolescents,” originally published in Psychiatric Clinics of North America, Vol. 17, No. 2 (1994): 311-326. Available: The Child Trauma Academy of Baylor College of Medicine Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.bcm.tmc.edu/civitas/ptsdChildAdoles.htm
Scott, Robert Owens. “It’s Called Optimism,” Spirituality & Health (Spring/Summer 1999): 22-25.
Selby, Mike. Self Worth Now! Sedona, Ariz.: Allisone Press, 2000.
Seligman, Martin E. P. Learned Optimism. NY: Alfred A. Knopf, 1991.
Senge, Peter M. The Fifth Discipline: The Art and Practice of The Learning Organization. New York: Doubleday, 1990.
Scherer, Marge. “Perspectives: The C Word (Constructivism),” Educational Leadership, Vol. 57, No. 3 (Nov. 1999): 5.
Shakeshaft, Charol, Laurie Mandel, Yolanda M. Johnson, Janice Sawyer, Mary Ann Hergenrother and Ellen Barber. “Boys Call Me Cow,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 55, No. 2 (October, 1997). Available: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ascd.org/safeschools/el9710/shakeshaftcow.html
Shales, Tom. “Vicious Commercials Send Sad Message,” Albuquerque Journal, 24 June 1999.
Shapiro, Lawrence E. How to Raise a Child with a High EQ. N.Y.: HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., 1997.
Shea, Kathryn and Stephen Winners. “Educating Children with FAS/FAE.” Available: Northeast Consultation and Training Center Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.taconic.net/seminars/fas-c.html.
Sheldon, Carolyn. EQ in School Counseling. Torrance, Calif.: Innerchoice Publishing, 1996.
Shortt, Thomas T. And Yvonne V. Thayer. “Block Scheduling Can Enhance School Climate,” Educational Leadership. Vol 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 76-81.
Siccone, Frank and Lilia López. Educating the Heart: Lessons to Build Respect and Responsibility. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2000.
Siebert, Al. “How to Develop Survivor Resiliency,” (1999). Available: Thrivenet Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.thrivenet.com/articles/excelnt.html
Siebert, Al. “How Resilient Are You?” (1999). Available: Thrivenet Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.thrivenet.com/articles/resilien.html
Siegfried, Tom. “Teen Behavior Linked to Brain,” Albuquerque Journal (Sept. 4, 2000).
Silver, Harvey, Richard Strong and Matthew Perini. “Integrating Learning Styles and Multiple Intelligences,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 55, No. 1 (November 1997): 22-27.
Simpson, Elizabeth Léonie. “The Person in Community: The Need to Belong,” Feeling, Valuing, and the Art of Growing: Insights into the Affective, Louise M. Berman and Jessie A. Roderick, eds. Washington, D.C.: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1977.
Singh, Tara. Nothing Real Can Be Threatened. Los Angeles: Life Action Press, 1989.
Sizer, Theodore. Horace’s Hope. Boston: Houghton-Mifflin Co., 1996.
Skelly, Andrew. “High-Fat Diet May Impair Learning and Memory,” (Feb. 21, 2001). Available: WebMD Health Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://my.webmd.com/content/article/ 3207.2689.
Skromme, Arnold B. The Cause and Cure of Dropouts. Moline, Ill.: The Self-Confidence Press, 1998.
Slavin, Robert E. “Cooperative Learning and Student Achievement,” Educational Leadership. Vol. 46, No. 2 (October 1988): 31-33.
Soule, Penelope P. and Joyce Sharp. “Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities,” Student Survey conducted by the Nevada Department of Education, February, 1997.
Sousa, David A. How the Brain Learns. Reston, Va.: The National Association of Secondary School Principals, 1995.
Southworth, Natalie. “Experts report girls as Aggressive as Boys, but in Verbal Ways,” The Globe and Mail, Toronto (Oct. 23, 1999).
Stager, Gary S. “An Interview with Susan Ohanian,” Curriculum Administrator, April 1999 issue. (May 10, 1999). Available: Gary Stager’s Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.stager.org/articles/ohanian.html.
Starr, Mark and Martha Brant. “It Went Down to the Wire… and Thrilled Us All,” Newsweek, (July 19, 1999): 46-54.
Stein, Margery. “For Every Child, a Full-Time Friend,” Parade Magazine (May 28, 2000): 16.
Steinberg, Jacques. “Education Initiatives: Frustrated Parents Hope Their Votes Will Change Schools’ Ways,” (Oct. 10, 2000). Available: The New York Times Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://partners.nytimes.com/2000/10/10/politics/10SCHO.html.
Steinberg, John. “The Fourth Time They Say ‘Yes,’” Strategier, No. 352. (1998). Available: John Steinberg’s Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.steinberg.se/english.html#anchor245039
Steinberg, John. “A History of Affective Education,” EQ Today (March 19, 1999). Available: 6seconds Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.6seconds.org/jrn/jpca.html
Stephenson, Peter and David Smith. “Why Some Schools Don’t Have Bullies,” Bullying: A Practical Guide to Coping for Schools, 2nd ed., Michele Elliott, ed. London: Pitman Publishing, 1997.
Sternberg, Robert J. “Allowing for Thinking Styles,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 52, No. 3 (Nov. 1994): 36-40.
Stiger, Susan. “Fractured Lives: The Silent Victims of Family Violence,” Sage Magazine. Vol.XI, No. 4 (April 2000).
Stoll, Louise. “Enhancing Schools’ Capacity for Learning.” Paper presented at Innovations for Effective Schooling Conference, Auckland, NZ (August 1999).
Strauss, Susan with Pamela Espeland. Sexual Harassment and Teens. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1992.
Subby, Robert. Lost in the Shuffle. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc., 1987.
Sugar, Debra. “Social Skills Instruction in Albuquerque Public Schools: An intervention Proposal.” Research paper submitted to New Mexico Highlands University School of Social Work, Spring, 1999.
Suhor, Charles. “Spirituality—Letting it Grow in the Classroom,” Educational Leadership. Vol 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 12-17.
Sukumar, Lakshmi. “Unity in Diversity,” (Sept. 1, 1998). Available: Asian American Parents Association Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Parliament /572/aapa/articles.html
Sullivan-DeCarlo, Catherine, Karol DeFalco and Verdell Roberts. “Helping Students Avoid Risky Behavior,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 1 (September 1998). Available: Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ascd.org/pubs/el/sep98/ sullivan.html
Summar, Polly. “Troubled Students Hard to Identify, Counselors Say,” Albuquerque Journal (January 24, 2000).
Summers, Karen and Angelique von Halle. “From the Classroom to the Staff Room: Helping Staff Model Prosocial Behaviors,” Committee for Children Prevention Update (Spring, 1999): 6-7.
Sunbeck, Deborah. Infinity Walk. Torrance, Calif.: Jalmar Press, 1996.
Sylwester, Robert. “How Emotions Affect Learning,” Educational Leadership 52, no. 2 (Oct. 1994). Available ASCD Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.www.ascd.org/pdi/brain/read4_2.html
Sylwester, Robert. “How Our Brain Determines What’s Important,” A Celebration of Neurons (Chapter 4). Available: ASCD Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.www.ascd.org/pdi/brain/read4_1.html
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 “F” through “H”
Authors “I” through “L”
Authors “M” through “Q”
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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