Questions, Not Answers

Benefits of asking questions instead of giving answers • Questions help children explore dimensions of a problem. • Questions help children explore their available options.

Win-Win Ideas for Administrators

A Positive Approach For most of us, the word “discipline” conjures up thoughts of reactive and controlling measures for

Book: Creating Emotionally Safe Schools

A Guide for Parents & Educators by Dr. Jane Bluestein Save 20% ! We are closing our Store and only have limited quantities of this book remaining.  This thoroughly readable, research-based book covers all the bases—including, social, neurological, emotional, academic, cultural and physical factors that impact the emotional climate of a school, and how safe schools feel…

Book: Becoming a Win-Win Teacher

A Guide for First-Year Teachers by Dr. Jane Bluestein This book will be shipped directly from the publisher for as long as it’s available. We no longer have copies of this book in stock.  A great gift for new graduates, beginning teachers, returning teachers, and anyone who needs a shot in the arm after a challenging…

Book: The Win-Win Classroom Facilitator’s Guide

A facilitator’s guide to a fresh and positive approach to classroom management by Dr. Jane Bluestein For a limited time, we will have a copy of this book sent from the publisher. We no longer have this title in stock.  An essential guidebook for anyone teaching college courses or leading training programs on classroom management. Help…

Book: The Win-Win Classroom

A Fresh and Positive Look at Classroom Management by Dr. Jane Bluestein This book shown will be sent directly from the publisher. We no longer have copies in stock. Hardcover book (red cover), will be sent from our office as long as stock lasts. At the start of your career or at the end of…

Presentation: “My Brain Doesn’t Work Like That”

Creating success with non-traditional (and traditional) learners by accommodating learning needs Presentation for educators or parents by Dr. Jane Bluestein We all have individual preferences and needs when it comes to learning. Some of us like it quiet, while others need music or other noises in order to concentrate. Some need