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ASSOCIATION OF EDUCATIONAL THERAPISTS READING AND RESOURCE LIST*

Please note that articles from The Educational Therapist beginning with the Winter, 2001 Issue are available for members to download from the AET Member Website at no cost. Nonmembers can download reprints for a small fee. Some additional articles, identified by an asterisk, are also available on the website.

*It is not AET’s policy to recommend or endorse any specific program, product, speaker, institution, or instructional material.

AET CODE OF ETHICS

AET Code of Ethics (2003). Burbank, CA: The Association of Educational Therapists.

“Code of Ethics”, www.aetonline.org, Adopted by AET Executive Committee,
February, 1985,
Reissued October 1997,
Reissued August 1999.

Highly Recommended

Ficksman, M. & Adelizzi, J. editors. (2010). The clinical practice of educational therapy: A teaching model. New York: Routledge.

Recommended Readings in Specific Areas

ADD and ADHD:

Barkley, R. A. (2006). Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A handbook for diagnosis and treatment. 3rd ed. New York, NY.

Hallowell, E. & Jensen, P. (2008). Superparenting for ADD: An innovative approach to raising your distracted child. New York: Ballantine Books.

Hallowell, E. & Ratey, J. (2005). Delivered from distraction: Getting the most out of life with attention deficit disorder. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Hallowell, E. & Ratey, J. (1996). Driven to distraction: Recognizing and coping with attention deficit disorder from childhood to adulthood. New York: Simon and Schuster.

Assessment:

Marshall, M. & Matthaei, D. (2013). Guidelines for conducting standardized assessment. The Educational Therapist, 34 (1).

Marshall, M. (2013). Beyond the scores: examining the context and purpose of assessment. The Educational Therapist, 34 (2).

Marshall, M. & Matthaei, D. (2015). Sharing assessment findings: writing a high quality report. The Educational Therapist, 36 (1).

Stattler, J. (2008). Assessment of children: Cognitive foundations and resource guide to accompany assessment of children: Cognitive foundations. La Mesa, CA: Jerome Stattler Publisher.

Autism Spectrum Disorders:

Attwood, T. (1998). Asperger’s syndrome. Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Case Management:

Healy, J. (2010). Different learners. New York: Simon & Schuster.

Warner, J. (2010). We've got issues: Children and parents in the age of medication. Riverhead Hardcover. Collaboration:

Foster, J. (1995). Professional collaboration. The Educational Therapist, 16 (3).

Goldman, R. & Harjani, N. (1998). The collaborative team: A necessity, not an option. The Gram. Countertransference:

Gordon, A. (2001). Some thoughts on the role of countertransference in educational therapy. The Educational Therapist, 22 (2).

Alban, J., Baker, L., Frazier, L., Gordon, A., Margolis, S., Ostreicher, I., Quick, P. & Siegel, A. (2001). Countertransference checklist for educational therapists. * Ecological Assessment/Model:

Lowenthal, B. (1991). Ecological assessment: Adding a new dimension for preschool children. Intervention in School and Clinic. 26 (3).

Bartoli, J. (2001). On defining learning and disability: Exploring the ecology. Journal of Learning Disabilities, 23 (10). Educating Children with Cancer:

Keene, N. (2003). Educating the child with cancer: A guide for parents and teachers. United States: Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation. Executive Functioning:

Dawson, P. & Guare, R. (2012). Coaching students with executive skills deficits. New York: The Guilford Press.

Dawson, P. & Guare, R. (2010). Executive skills in children and adolescents, second edition: A practical guide to assessment and intervention. New York: Guilford Press.

Dawson, P. & Guare, R. (2009). Smart but scattered. New York: The Guilford Press.

Dornbush, M. & Pruitt, S. (1995). Teaching the tiger: A handbook for individuals involved in the education of students with attention deficit disorders, tourette syndrome or obsessive-compulsive disorder. Hope Press.

Dornbush, M. & Pruitt, S. (2009). Tigers, too: Executive functions, speed of processing, memory. Marietta, GA: Parkaire Press, Inc.

Dornbush, M. & Pruitt, S. (2010). Tigers, too: Checklists for classroom objectives and Interventions. Marietta, GA: Parkaire Press, Inc.

Dornbush, M. & Pruitt, S. (2011). Tigers, too: Assessments. Marietta, GA: Parkaire Press, Inc.

Guare. R., Dawson, P. & Guare. C. (2013). Smart but scattered teens. New York: The Guilford Press.

McCloskey, G. & Perkins, L. (2008). Assessment and intervention for executive function difficulties. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

McCloskey, G. & Perkins, L. (2013). Essentials of executive functions assessment. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Meltzer, L. (2007). Executive function in education: From theory to practice. New York: Guiford Press.

Family Dynamics:

Siegal, D. & Bryson, T. (2012). The whole-brain child: 12 revolutionary strategies to nurture your child’s developing mind. New York: Bantam.

Siegal, D. & Bryson, T. (2014). No-drama discipline: The whole brain way to calm the chaos and nurture your child’s developing mind. New York: Bantam.

Human Development:

Ormrod, J. (2008). Human learning. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson Education.

Intervention:

Fletcher, J. M., Lyon, G. R., Fuchs, L.W., Barnes, M.A. (2007). Learning disabilities from identification to intervention. New York: Guilford Press.

Hopkins, K. (2010). Teaching how to learn in a what to learn culture. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

Keogh, B. (1996). Why interventions don’t work. The Educational Therapist, 17 (1).

Levine, M. (1999). Developmental variations. Cambridge, MA: Educators Publishing Service.

Levine, M. (2001). Educational care 2nd edition. Cambridge, MA: Educators Publishing Service, Inc.

Waber, D. (2011). Rethinking learning disabilities: Understanding children who struggle in school. New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Language:

DeHirsch, K. (1984). Language and the developing child. International Dyslexia Association.

Motivation:

Cramer, S. (2014). Facilitating motivation through educational therapy: A framework, Part 1. The Educational Therapist, 35 (2).

Cramer, S. (2015). Facilitating motivation through educational therapy: A framework, Part 2. The Educational Therapist, 36 (1).

Cramer, S. (2016). Facilitating motivation through educational therapy: The challenge of ADHD, Part 3. The Educational Therapist, 37(1).

Neuroscience:

Cozolino, L. (2013). The social neuroscience of education: Optimizing attachment and learning in the classroom. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Cozolino, L. (2014). Attachment-based teaching: Creating a tribal classroom. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Immordino-Yang, M.H. (2015). Emotions, learning, and the brain: Exploring the educational implications of affective neuroscience. New York: W.W. Norton & Company.

Sousa, D. (2011). How the brain learns. CA: Corwin Publishing.

Nonverbal Learning Disabilities:

Broitman & Davis, Eds. (2013). Treating NVLD in children: Professional collaboration & positive outcomes. New York, NY: Springer.

Martin, M. (2007). Helping children with nonverbal learning disabilities to flourish. Philadelphia, PA: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Palombo, J. (2006). Nonverbal learning disabilities: A clinical perspective. New York, NY: W.W. Norton & Company.

Overview of Educational Therapy:

Ahern, C. & Marshall, M. (2005). Understanding inconsistent academic performance in students: Integrating educational and neuropsychological perspective. The Educational Therapist, 26 (1).

Chidekel, D. (2003). The place of boundaries. The Educational Therapist, 24 (2).

DeHirsch, K. (1984). Interactions between educational therapist and child. Orton Dyslexia Society.*

Foster, J. (1995). Seeing the elephant: Parts versus whole. The Educational Therapist, 16 (3).*

Kaganoff, A. & Ficksman, M. (1988). The AET graphic model of educational therapy. The Educational Therapist, 19 (2).*

Kaganoff, A (2001). ET defined. The Educational Therapist, 22 (1).

Keogh, B. (2005). Different perspectives on differences, The Educational Therapist, 26 (2).

Maslow, P. & Ungerleider, D. (2007). The Efficacy of Educational Therapy, Part II. The Educational Therapist, 28 (3).

Metcalf, B. (1994). Psychoeducational perspectives. The Educational Therapist, 15 (3).

Metcalf, B. (1995). Standards of practice and the code of ethics of the AET. The Educational Therapist, 16 (3).*

Metcalf, A, & Metcalf, B. (2000). Educational therapy and psychotherapy: Alike and different,” Part 1. The Educational Therapist, 21 (2).

Metcalf, A, & Metcalf, B. (2000). Educational therapy and psychotherapy: Alike and different, Part 2. The Educational Therapist, 21 (3).

Mosk, S. (2004). Redefining the definition of ET. The Educational Therapist, 25 (3).

Sussman, R. (2005). Creating a therapeutic relationship with the child in educational therapy, Part I. The Educational Therapist, 26, (2).

Sussman, R. (2005). Creating a therapeutic relationship with the child in educational therapy, Part II. The Educational Therapist, 26 (3).

Techaviratanakul, D. & Murawski, W. (2011). Collaboration between ETs and school partners. The Educational Therapist, 32 (1).

Ungerleider, D. (1995). Psychoeducational perspectives. Burbank, CA: Association of Educational Therapists.

Ungerleider, D. (1995). An educational therapist is… Reprint. Burbank, CA: Association of Educational Therapists.

Ungerleider, D. (1996). Reading, writing and rage. Encino, CA: RWR Press. Ungerleider, D. (2005). You’re an educational therapist, but what do you do in that job? The Educational Therapist. 26 (1).

Ungerleider, D. (2005). Different perspectives on differences, The Educational Therapist, 26 (2).

Ungerleider, D. (2011). Educational therapy in action: behind and beyond the office door. New York: Routledge.

Reading:

Shaywitz, S. (2003). Overcoming Dyslexia. New York: Random House, Inc.

Wolf, M. (2001). Dyslexia, fluency, and the brain. Timonium, MD: York Press.

Wolf, M. (2008). Proust and the squid: The story and science of the reading brain. New York: Harper Perennial.

Self-Esteem/Social Skills:

Brooks, R. & Goldstein, S. (2004). The power of resilience: achieving balance, confidence, and personal strength in your life. McGraw-Hill.

Diamond, S. (2011). Social rules for kids – the top 100 social rules kids need to succeed. Lenexs, KS: AAPC Publishing.

Lavoie, Rick. (2006). It’s so much work to be your friend. New York: Touchstone.

Osman, Betty, B. (1995). No one to play with: The social side of learning disability. Novato, CA: Academic Therapy.

Sensory Processing Disorder:

Kranowitz, C. (2006). The out-of-sync child: Recognizing and coping with sensory processing disorder. New York: Skylight Press.

Kranowitz, C. (2006). The out-of-sync child has fun, revised edition: Activities for kids with sensory processing disorder. New York: Skylight Press.

Stress:

Beilock, S. (2010). Choke: What the secrets of the brain reveal about getting it right when you have to. New York: Simon and Schuster, Inc.

Task Analysis:

Poole, N. (1994). Task analysis in educational therapy. The Educational Therapist, 15 (3).

Poole, N. (1996). Task analysis. The Educational Therapist, 17 (1).

Termination Phase of Educational Therapy: Metcalf, B. (2005). Thoughts about the termination phase of educational therapy. The Educational Therapist, 26 (3).

Webinars

Dufault, P. Hartley, C. (2015, September 17 and November 12). Mood Disorders in School: Reshaping Best Practices for Clinicians and Classrooms, Part 1 and Part 2. from AET website: http.//www.aetonline.org

Kennedy, D. (2015, May 26). Adventures in Neurodiversity: Think and Teach Like and Educational Therapist. from AET website: http://www.aetonline.org

Marshall, M., Matthaei, D., Schatz, R. (2016, February 4 and 11). Recognizing and Supporting Students with Nonverbal Learning Disorders, Part 1 and Part 2. from AET website: http://www.aetonline.org

Sklar M., Micari S., Doto, L. (2015, August 21) Starting on the Right Foot: Embracing the Challenges for a New School Year. from AET website: http://www.aetonline.org

Ungerleider, D (2014, December 3 and 4). Educational Therapy: What It Is and How It Works. from AET website: http://www.aetonline.org

Supplemental Bibliography

Barrett, M. and Varma, V. editor. (1996). Educational Therapy in Clinic and Classroom. London: Whurr Pub.

Brown, F., Aylward, E., and Keogh, B. editors. (1996). Diagnosis and management of learning disabilities. San Diego, CA: Singular Pub. Group.

Carey, W. & McDevitt, S. (1995). Coping with children’s temperament. New York: Harper Collins.

Field, K., Kaufman, E. & Saltzman, C., ed. (1993). Emotions and learning reconsidered: International Perspectives. New York: Gardner Press.

Gerber, A. (1993). Language-related learning disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., Inc.

Goldstein, S. & Mather, N. (1990). Managing attention disorders in children. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Goldstein, S. & Mather, N. (1998). Overcoming achievement: An action guide to helping your child succeed. Wiley & Sons.

Goldsworthy, C. (1996). Developmental reading disabilities: A language based treatment approach. San Diego, CA: Singular Publishing Group.

Lyon, R. (1994). Frames of reference for the assessment of learning disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes, Publishers.

Lyon, R., Gray, D., Kavanagh, J., & Krasnegor, N. (1993). Better understanding learning disabilities. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

Lyon, R. & Krasnegor, N. (1996). Attention, memory, and executive function. Baltimore, MD: Paul H. Brookes Publishing.

_____________. (1998). Parenting the child with learning disabilities. LDA, Boston, MA.

Sapir, S. (1985). The clinical teaching model. New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Schacter, D. (1996). Searching for memory. New York: Basic Books.

Smith, S. (1992). Succeeding against the odds. Los Angeles, CA: Tarcher.

Vail, P. (1990). About dyslexia. New Jersey: Modern Learning Press.