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TOPIC: Classroom Climate/Culture and School Climate/Culture and Environments that Support Learning

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  • A School for Each Student: Personalization in a Climate of High Expectations (Paperback) by Nelson Beaudoin (2008). Pub: Eye on Education.
  • Building Strong School Cultures: A Guide to Leading Change by Sharon D. Kruse and Karen Seashore Louis (2008). Corwin Press.
  • Bullying Prevention: Creating a Positive School Climate And Developing Social Competence by Pamela Orpinas and Arthur M. Horne (2005). American Psychological Association.
  • Finding the Heart of Your School: Using School Climate Data to Create a Climate for Learning. By Cohen, J., Shapiro, L, & Fisher, M. (2006). Principal Leadership (The journal of the National Association of Secondary School Principals), Vol. 7(4), 26-32.
  • Making your school safe: Strategies to Protect Children and Promote Learning. By Devine, J. & Cohen, J. (2007). New York: Teachers College Press
  • The new standards for learning. By Cohen, J. (2010). Principal Leadership, Vol. 10(1), 28-32
  • Safe & Caring Schools Grades 6-8: Hundreds of Ways to Improve Academic Success and School Climate by Katia Petersen (2008). Free Spirit Publishing.
  • Violence Prevention for Adolescents: A Cognitive-Behavioral Program for Creating a Positive School Climate: Leaders Manual (Paperback) by Diane De Anda (2007). Research Press.

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