Books and Articles for Teaching Assistants

 
The broken brain. The biological revolution in psychiatry.  Andersen, N.C. 
    New York: Harper & Row.   
 
Multiple intelligences in the classroom.  Armstrong, T. 
    VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.   
 
Teacher-student relationships; causes and consequences.  Brophy, J. & Good, T. 
    New York: Holt. Rinehart & Winston.   
 
Teaching in the Key of Life  Chenfeld, M.B. 
    Educational Leadership, 49 (5), 89-90.   
 
Cutting edge: Brain compatible learning.  Conner, J.E. 
    Journal of Developmental Education, 13 (1), 26-27.   

 

Affect in schools: A return of the most basic basics.  Currie, J.R. 
    Childhood Education, 65 (2), 83-87.   
 
Nature's mind. The biological roots of thinking, emotions, sexuality, language, and intelligence.  Gazzaniga, M.S. 
    New York: Basic Books.   
 
The intelligent mind.  Gazzaniga, M.S. & LeDoux, J.E. 
    New York: Plenum Press.   
 
The frames of mind. The theory of multiple intelligences.  Gardner, H. 
    New York: Basic Books.   
 
Quality school.  Glasser, W. 
    New York: Harper & Row.   
 
Whole brain Education.  Grady, M.P. 
    Bloomington, IN: Phi Delta Kappa Educational Foundation.   
 
The theory of multiple intelligences.  Gray, J.H. & Viens, J.T. 
    National Forum, Winter 1994, 22-25.   
 
Maps of the mind. Charts and concepts of mind and its labyrinths.  Hampden-Turner, C. 
    New York: Macmillian.   
 
Human brain and human learning.  Hart, L.A. 
    White Plains, NY: Books for Educators.   
 
A response: All thinking paths lead to the brain.  Hart, L.A. 
    Educational Leadership, 43 (8), 45-48.   
 
Cognitive development. A quick tour of the brain.  Hart, L.A. 
    The School Administrator, 40 (1), 13-15.   
 
Brain-based learning and teaching.  Jensen, E. 
    Del Mar: Turning Point Publishing.   
 
Engaging children's minds.  Katz, L.G. & Chard, S.C. 
    The Project Approach. Norwood, N.J.: Alex Publishing Corporation.   
 
Suggestology and outlines of suggestopedy.  Lazanov, G. 
    New York: Gordon and Breach Science Publishers.   
 
Misfits in the classroom. Creative divergent children.  Mattson, C. 
    Saratoga, CA: R.E. Publishers.   
 
Brain-compatible learning succeeds.  Neve, C.D. 
    Educational Leadership, 43 (2), 83-85.   
 
What's happening in the students' brain may redefine teaching.  Nummela, R.M. & Rosengren, T.M. 
   Educational Leadership, 43 (8), 49-53.   
 
Making connections. Teaching and the human brain.  Nummela Caine, R. .& Caine,G. 
    Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum development.   
 
The evolution of consciousness.  Ornstein, R. 
    New York: Simon and Shuster.   
 
Healing brain. A scientific reader.  Ornstein, R. & Swincionis, C., Eds. 
    New York: The Guilford Press.   
 
The amazing brain.  Ornstein, R. & Thomson, R.F. 
    Boston: Houghton Mifflin.   
 
Multimind. A new way of looking at human behavior.  Ornstein, R. 
    New York: Doubleday.   
 
The ethnography of empowerment: The transformative power of interaction.  Robinson, H.A. 
    London: Falmer Press.   
 
Accelerating learning.  Rose, C. 
    New York: Dell.   
 
Insult to intelligence.  Smith, F. 
    Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.   
 
To think.  Smith, F. 
    New York: Teachers College, Columbia University.   
 
Synthesis of research on teachers' reflective thinking.  Sparks-Langer, G.M. & Colton, B.A. 
    Educational Leadership, 48 (6), 37-44.   
 
Left brain, right brain.  Springer, S.P. & Deutsch G. 
    New York: Freeman.   
 
What the biology of the brain tells us about learning.  Sylwester, R. 
   Educational Leadership, 46-51.   
 
A celebration of neurons. An educator's guide to the human brain.  Sylwester, R. 
    Alexandria, VA: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.   
 
Brain based learning and teaching.  Jensen, E. 
    Del Mar CA: Turning Point Publishing.   
 

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