Bibliography

Debbie’s Bibliography

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Alkon, Daniel L.  (1992).  Memory’s Voice:  Deciphering the Mind Brain Code. New York:  Collins.

Armstrong, Thomas.  (1998).  Awakening Genius in the Classroom. Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

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Banyai, Istvan.  (1995).  Zoom.  Harmondsworth, Middlesex England:  Penguin Books, Ltd.

Banyai, Istvan.  (1995).  Rezoom.  Harmondsworth, Middlesex England:  Penguin Books, Ltd.

Barbos, Marcus.  (1999).  The Human Brain.  Philadelphia, PA:  Running Press.

Barrett, Susan L.  (1992).  It’s All In Your Head:  A Guide to Understanding Your Brain and Boosting Your Brain Power. Available from Turning Point Publishers.  Call 1.800.325.4769.

Bennett-Goleman, Tara.  (2002).  Emotional Alchemy:  How the Mind Can Heal the Heart. Three Rivers Press.

Bragdon, Allen D., Gamon, David.  (2000).  Use It or Lose It. Cape Cod:  Allen D. Bragdon Publishers.

Bruer, John T.  (1999).  The Myth of the First Three Years.  New York, NY:  The Free Press.

Burmark, Lynell.  (2002).  Visual Literacy. Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

Buzan, Tony.  (1989).  Use Both Sides of Your Brain.  New York:  Penguin Books.

Buzan, Tony.  (1991).  Use Your Perfect Memory.  New York:  Penguin Books.

Caine, Geoffrey, and Caine, Renate Nummela. (1991).  Making Connections:  Teaching and the Human Brain.  Alexandria, VA: ASCD.

Caine, Geoffrey, and Caine, Renate Nummela. (1997).  Education on the Edge of Possibility.  Alexandria, VA:   ASCD.

Caine, Geoffrey, and Caine, Renate Nummella.  (1997).  Unleashing the Power of Perceptual Change: The Potential of Brain Based Teaching. Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

Caine, Geoffrey, Renate Nummela Caine, and Sam Crowell. (1994).  Mind Shifts. Tucson, AZ:  Zephyr Press.

Carper, Jean.  (2000).  Your Miracle Brain.  Harper Collins.

Carter, Rita.  (1998).  Mapping the Mind. University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles,

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Chapman, Gary.  (1992).  The Five Languages of Love.  Chicago:  Northfield Publishing.

Costa, Arthur L.  (2001).   Developing Minds, 3rd Edition.  Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

Cummings, Carol.  (2000).  Winning Strategies for Classroom Management.  Alexander, VA:  ASCD.

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Davis, Joel.  (1997).  Mapping the Mind:  The Secrets of the Human Brain and How it Works.  Secaucus, New Jersey:  Birch Lane Press.

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Diamond, Marian., Hopson, Janet.  (1998).  Magic Trees of the Mind:  How to Nurture Your Child’s Intelligence, Creativity, and Healthy Emotions from Birth Through Adolescence. New York:  Dutton.

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Fogarty, Robin.  (1997).  Brain Compatible Classrooms.  Skylight Training and Publishing, Inc.  Arlington Heights, Illinois.

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Gardner, Howard.  (1991).   The Unschooled Mind:  How Children Think and How Schools Should Teach. New York:  Basic Books, Inc.

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Goleman, D. (1995).  Emotional Intelligence:  Why It Can Matter More Than I.Q. New York:  Bantam Books.

Goleman, D. (1998).  Working with Emotional Intelligence. New York:  Bantam Books.

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Greenfield, Susan.  (1997).  The Human Brain:  a Guided Tour.  New York:  Basic Books.

Greenspan, Stanley I.  (1997).  The Growth of the Mind:  And the Endangered Origins of Intelligence. Addison Wesley.

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Howard, Pierce J.  (1994).  The Owner’s Manual for the Brain. Austin, TX:  A Bard Productions Book.

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Jensen, Eric.  (2000).  Learning with the Body in Mind.  San Diego, CA:  The Brain Store, Inc.

Jensen, Eric.  (1998).  Teaching with the Brain in Mind. Del Mar, CA:  Turning Point Publishing.

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LeDoux, Joseph.  (1996).  The Emotional Brain:  The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life. New York:  Simon and Schuster.

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Snowdon, David.  (2001).  Aging with Grace.  Bantam Books, New York.

Sprenger, Marilee.  (2001).  Becoming a ‘Wiz’ at Brain-Based Teaching:  How to Make Every Year Your Best Year. ASCD

Sprenger, Marilee.  (1999).  Learning and Memory:  The Brain in Action. ASCD.

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Squire, Larry R., Kandel, E.R.  (1999).  From Mind to Molecules.  New York:  Scientific American Library.

Strong, Richard W., Silver, Harvey F., Perini, Matthew J.  (2001).  Teaching About What Matters Most.  Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

Sylwester, Robert.  (2000).  A Biological Brain in a Cultural Classroom.  Thousand Oaks, CS:   Corwin Press, Inc.

Sylwester, Robert. (1995).  A Celebration of Neurons:  An Educator’s Guide to the Brain. Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

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Turkington, Carol.  (1996).  The Brain Encyclopedia. Facts on File, Inc., 11 Penn Plaza, New York, NY  10001.

Van der Meer, Ron and Ad Dudink.  (1996).  The Brain Pack. Philadelphia. PA:  Running Press Book Publishers.

Wetzel, Kathryn and Kathleen Harmeyer.  (2000).  Mind Games:  The Aging Brain and How to Keep it Healthy.  New York: Delmar Thompson Learning.

Wiggins, Grant., McTighe, Jay.  (1998).  Understanding by Design.  New Jersey:  Prentice Hall.

Willcox, Bradley J., Willcox, D. Craig., Makoto, Suzuki.  (2001).  The Okinawa Program.  Clarkson, New York:  Clarkson Potter Publishing.

Wolfe, Patricia.  (2001).   Brain Matters:  Translating Research into Classroom Practice. Alexandria, VA:  ASCD.

Wurtman, Judith.  (1986).  Managing Your Mind and Mood Through Food. New York:  Harper Row.

 

 

Debbie’s All Time Favorite Fiction:

The Poisonwood Bible
by Barbara Kingsolver

 

Great Links:

Below is a list of links, audio and video tapes, games, and presentation tools.  Here you will find many wonderful brain-research sources, some of which include aging studies, and ways to obtain neurological-based magazine subscriptions — some free of cost.

Pat Wolfe’s Website is FAB!  Get the latest brain research from a very brainy presenter
www.patwolfe.com

The Dana Forum on Brain – offers outstanding brain research
www.dana.org

The Nun Study –   offers information on Alzheimer’s disease and aging studies of the Mankato nuns
www.nunstudy.org

Mapping the World By Heart,  by David Smith – offers very interesting population studies
www.mapping.com

Study of Real Age vs. Chronological Age
www.realage.com

Presentation Tools and Tool Sources:

The Brain Store
4202 Sorrento Valley Blvd. Ste. B
San Diego, CA  92121
TEL 858.546.7555
TEL 800.325.4769
FAX 858.546.7560
www.thebrainstore.com
Tool Thyme for Trainers
Brian W. Deck
(504) 887-5558
4108 Grace King Place
Metairie , Louisiana   70002
www.tool-trainers.com
Magic Coloring Book
Creative Training Techniques
(800) 383-9210
7620 W. 78th St .
Edina , Minnesota   55439
www.creativetrainingtech.com

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