Author names beginning with T through Z
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 “T” through “Z.” Links to other references follow.
Tanner, Lindsey. “Psychiatric Drug Use Up for Children,” Albuquerque Journal (Feb. 28, 2000)
Tanner, Lindsey. “Reducing TV Lowers Aggression in Kids,” Albuquerque Journal (Jan. 15, 2001).
Thielen, David. “Management Secrets from Former Microsoft Superstar,” Bottom Line/Personal (July 1, 1999): 7-8.
Thomas, Evan and Pat Wingert. “Bitter Lessons,” the MSNBC website, June 11, 2000. Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.newsweek.com/news/419168.asp
Thornton, Claire. “Needed: Responsive Teachers,” Momentum, Vol. 29, No. 2 (April/May 1998): 77-79
Tobin, L. What do You do with a Child Like This? Duluth, MN: Pfeifer-Hamilton Publishers, 1991.
Toffler, Alvin. The Third Wave. New York: William Morrow & Co., Inc., 1980.
Tomlinson, Carol Ann. The Differentiated Classroom: Responding to the Needs of All Learners. Alexandria, Virginia: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 1999.
Torres, Kristina. “New Country School Breaks Mold,” St. Paul Pioneer Press (Sept. 7, 2000).
Treppte, Carmen. “Multicultural Approaches in Education: A German Experience,” Available: ERIC/EECE Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://ericeece.org/pubs/books/multicul/trepptke.html
Tyler, Vicky. “We Need to Make Violence ‘Uncool.’” (Sept. 7, 1994) Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://freecenter.digiweb.com/education/abuse/nonviol.html
Tyrrell, Melissa. “Create Safer Study Environments,” York Daily Record (May 25, 2000).
Valiant, Robert. “Growing Brain Connections: A Modest Proposal,” Schools in the Middle 7, no. 4 (March/April, 1998).
Vaughan, Susan C. “Optimists Live Better Lives than Pessimists,” Bottom Line Personal. Vol. 21, No. 24 (Dec. 15, 2000): 13-14.
Waddell, Debby and Alex Thomas. “Disaster: Helping Children Cope,” Communiqué, Newsletter of the National Association of School Psychologists, Special Edition (Spring, 1999): 12-15.
Waldman, Jackie. Teens with the Courage to Give. Berkeley, Calif.: Conari Press, 2000.
Walker, Dean. “School Violence Prevention,” ERIC Digest, No. 94, (March 1995). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed379786.html
Walker, Theresa. “Educators Seek Roots of Violenced Among Teens,” Albuquerque Journal (Nov. 28, 1999).
Wallach, Lorraine B. “Violence and Young Children’s Development,” ERIC Digest, (June 1994). Available: ERIC Web site, US Department of Education, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ed.gov/databases/ERIC_Digests/ed369578.html
Wardle, Francis. “Children of Mixed Race—No Longer Invisible,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 57, No. 4 (Dec. 1999/Jan. 2000): 68-71.
Warnes, Robin. “Childhood Abuse: Corporal Punishment, A Survivor’s Testimony,” Available: [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.angelfire.com/sk/abuse/index.html.
Ware, Michael. “Death-List Bid Defused by School,” Courier-Mail, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia (May 24, 1999).
Wegscheider-Cruse, Sharon. Choicemaking. Deerfield Beach, FL: Health Communications, Inc., 1985.
Welbes, John. “Men are Rare in Elementary Classrooms,” St. Paul Pioneer Press (May 27, 2000).
Weller, Robert. “Columbine Student Hangs Himself,” Albuquerque Journal (May 6, 2000).
Wesley, Donald C. “Believing in our Students,” Educational Leadership, Vol. 56, No. 4 (Dec. 1998/Jan. 1999): 42-45.
Westwood, Peter S. Portion of a paper on Learning Disabilities. Flinders University of South Australia, School of Education, 1982.
Wheatley, Margaret J. Leadership and the New Science. San Francisco: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., 1994.
White, Murray. “Magic Circles: The Benefits of Circle Time.” Unpublished paper, 1999.
White, Noel, Tina Blythe and Howard Gardner. “Multiple Intelligence Theory: Creating the Thoughtful Classroom,” in Multiple Intelligence: A Collection. Fogarty, Robin and James Bellanca, Eds. Arlington Heights: IRI/SkyLight Training and Publishing, Inc., 1995.
Whitfield, Charles L. Healing the Child Within. Pompano Beach, Fla.: Health Communications, Inc., 1987.
Wilber, Jessica. Totally Private and Personal: Journaling Ideas for Girls and Young Women. Minneapolis: Free Spirit Publishing, 1996.
Williams, Linda Verlee. Teaching for the Two-Sided Mind: A Guide to Right Brain/Left Brain Education. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1983.
Williams, Mary Sue, and Sherry Shellenberger. How Does Your Engine Run? Albuquerque, N.Mex.: TherapyWorks, Inc., 1996.
Williams, Wendy M. “Preventing Violence in School: What Can Principals Do?” NASSP Bulletin, (December 1998). Available: National Association of Secondary School Principals Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://nassp.org/publications/bulletin/dec98bul.htm
Wilson, Craig. “Bugged by Parents Who Make the Kid’s Grade,” USA Today (October 27, 1999).
Wilson, Jim. “Caution: Brain Work Ahead,” Popular Mechanics. Vol. 177, No. 3 (March 2000): 72-75,133.
Winfield, Linda. “Developing Resilience in Urban Youth,” NCREL Monograph (1994). Available: NCREL (North Central Regional Educational Laboratory, Oak Brook, IL) Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.ncrel.org/sdrs/areas/issues/educatrs/ leadrshp/leOwin.htm
Winik, Lyric Wallwork. “There’s a Generation with a Different Attitude,” Parade Magazine, (July 18, 1999): 6-7.
Wise, B.J. “‘Vaccinating’ Children Against Violence,” Principal, Vol. 79, No. 1 (Sept. 1999): 14-20.
Wise, Elia. “Back to School it is. . . Why not Forward? Educating Children for a World that Works.” (Sept., 2000) Available: The Edge Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://edgenews.com/columns.htm.
Woodbury, Richard. “Taking Back the School,” Time Magazine, Vol. 154, No. 7 (August 16, 1999): 32-33.
Wright, Esther. The Heart and Wisdom of Teaching. San Francisco: Teaching from the Heart, 1997.
Wright, Esther. Loving Discipline: A to Z. San Francisco: Teaching from the Heart, 1994.
Wright Esther. Why I Teach. Rocklin, Calif.: Prima Publishing, 1999.
X, Malxolm (as told to Alex Haley). The Autobiography of Malcolm X. New York: Ballentine Books, 1964.
Yow, Pei-Pei. “Speech to Cupertino City 5Cs about AAPA,” (Dec. 1, 1999). Available: Asian American Parents Association Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.geocities.com/CapitolHill/Parliament/572/aapa/articles.html.
Zaibun, Siraj. “Change, Challenge and Commitment: Programmes to Develop Self-Esteem and the Potential of Youths in Singapore.” Unpublished paper presented at the International Conference for Self-Esteem, San Francisco (June, 2000).
Zand, Janet. “Hyperactivity,” excerpted from Smart Medicine for a Healthier Child, (1994). Available: Health World Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://healthy.net/asp/templates/article.asp? PageType=article&ID=1589.
Zielbauer, Paul. “Discipline Figures Prompt Call to Improve School Behavior,” (July 7, 2000). Available: The New York Times Web site, [Internet, WWW], Address: http://www.nytimes.com/library/ national/regional/070700ct-students-edu.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 “R” through “S”
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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