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Pacific Oaks College Library: Faculty & Alumni Publications

Welcome to the Andrew Norman Library at Pacific Oaks College

Faculty Publications

Publications by Pacific Oaks Faculty

Faculty author names are in bold.

Bemheimer, S. (2003). New possibilities for early childhood education: Stories from our non-traditional students. Peter Lang.

Derman-Sparks, L., & the A. B. C. Task Force (1989). Anti-bias curriculum: Tools for empowering young children. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Derman-Sparks, L., & Brunson Phillips, C. (1997). Teaching and learning anti-racism: A developmental approach. Teachers College Press.

Derman-Sparks, L., & Ramsey, P. G. (2006). What if all the kids are White? Anti-bias

multicultural education with young children and families. Teachers College Press.

Derman-Sparks, L., & Olsen Edwards, J. (2010). Anti-bias education for children and

ourselves. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Dobbs, T. (2009). Faith, theology, and psychoanalysis: The life and thought of Harry S. Guntrip. James Clarke & Co.

Fider, C. O. (2007, November 5-8). The status of adolescent self-image in Jamaica [Conference proceeding]. 32nd Annual Caribbean Studies Association Conference, Salvador de Bahia, Brazil.

Fider, C. O. (2008, November 5-8). Renegotiating relationships: Maintaining marriage during the retirement transition [Conference proceeding]. National Council on Family Relations Conference, Little Rock, Arkansas, United States.

Fider, C. O. (2009, June 1-5). Immigrant dual career couples in which one is a physician [Conference proceeding]. 34th Annual Caribbean Studies Association Conference, Kingston, Jamaica.

Fider, C. O. (2010). Religious homogamy in the inter American division of Seventh-day Adventists [Conference proceeding]. Loma Linda University Department of Counseling and Family Sciences Conference.             

Fider, C. O. (2013). Jamaica. In R. E. Emery (Ed.), Cultural sociology of divorce: An encyclopedia. SAGE Publications. https://sk.sagepub.com/reference/cultural-sociology-of-divorce

Fider, C. O. (2013). To help reform and improve vulnerability in education (THRIVE): A path analysis model [Conference proceeding]. American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Conference, Portland Oregon, United States.

Fider, C. O. (2013, February 20-23). Navigating multiple roles: Physicians married and their non-physician spouses [Conference proceeding]. International Family Therapy Association World Family Therapy Congress, Orlando Florida, United States. https://bit.ly/3vXwIYO

Fider, C. O. (2013, November 6-9). To help reform and improve vulnerability in education (THRIVE): A path analysis model [Conference proceeding]. National Council on Family Relations Conference, San Antonio, Texas, United States.

Fider, C. O. (2013, November 6-9). Psychosocial adjustment of adolescents from Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana [Poster presentation]. National Council on Family Relations Conference, San Antonio, Texas, United States.

Fider, C. O. (2013). Suicide and divorce risk. In R. E. Emery (Ed.), Cultural sociology of divorce: An encyclopedia. SAGE Publications. https://sk.sagepub.com/reference/cultural-sociology-of-divorce

Fider, C. O., Fox, C. A., & Wilson, C. M. (2014). Physicians in dual-career marriages nurturing their relationships. The Family Journal, 22(4), 364-370. https://doi.org/10.1177/1066480714547699  

Fider, C. O., & Olaoshebikan, S. Q. (2019). An analysis on mobile and interactive media use by young children: The good, the bad and the unknown. Children and Teenagers, 2(2). 89-91. https://doi.org/10.22158/ct.v2n2p89  

Fider, C. O., & Olaoshebikan, S. Q. (2021, Spring) Mending relationships through self-reflections. NFCR Report. https://www.ncfr.org/ncfr-report/spring-2021/mending-relationships-through-self-reflection

Greer Jarman, C. (1988). The culture of play: A personal perspective. Child Care Information Exchange, 1(9), 52-54. https://tcsedsystem.libguides.com/ld.php?content_id=68038099

Krause, J. (2022, August 1). Pacific Oaks Children’s School, nearly 80 years of Pasadena history. Pasadena Now. https://www.pasadenanow.com/main/guest-essay-dr-judy-krause-pacific-oaks-childrens-school-nearly-80-years-of-pasadena-history

Poelle, L. (2013) The biting solution: The expert's no-biting guide for parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators. Parenting Press.

Powers, J. (2005) Parent-friendly early learning: Tips and strategies for working well with parents. Redleaf Press.

Powers, J. (2016). Parent engagement in early learning: Strategies for working with families. Redleaf Press.

Riley, D., San Juan, R. R., Klinkner, J., & Ramminger, A. (2007). Social and emotional development: Connecting science and practice in early childhood settings. Redleaf Press.

Shareef, I., & Gonzales-Mena, J. (2008). Practice in building bridges. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Stacey, S. (2018). Inquiry-based early learning environments: Creating, supporting and collaborating. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2009). Emergent curriculum in early childhood settings: From theory to practice. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2011). The unscripted classroom: Emergent curriculum in action. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2015). Pedagogical documentation in early childhood: Sharing children 's learning and teachers' thinking. Redleaf Press.

Stine, S. (1997). Landscapes for learning: Creating outdoor environments for children and youth. Wiley.

Tertell, E., Klein, S. M., & Jewett, J. L. (Eds.). When teachers reflect: Journeys toward effective, inclusive practice. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Webster, T. L., & Fider, C. O. (2021, Summer). Promoting resilience in families and communities post-covid: Lessons learned from history and science. NCFR Report. https://bit.ly/3Pg80tx

York, S. (1991). Roots and wings: Affirming culture in early childhood programs. Redleaf Press.

Alumni Publications

Publications by Pacific Oaks Alumni

Alumni author names are in bold.

Bisson, J. (1997). An anti-bias guide to enjoying holidays in early childhood programs. Redleaf Press.

Breger, J. (2013). Singing together: How to teach songs and lead singing in camps and schools. Healthy Learning.

Burkett, J. (2010). Working with hard-to-reach youth. Lulu Press.

Burkett, J. (2011). What children really want from their parents. Lulu Press.

Carter, M., & Stonehouse, A. (2008). Making links: A collaborative approach to planning and practice in early childhood programs. Teachers College.

Carter, M., & Curtis, D. (1994). Training teachers: A harvest of theory and practice. Redleaf Press.

Carter, M., & Curtis, D. (1995). Guardian of childhood: A teacher's handbook for planning curriculum. Harvest Resources.

Carter, M., & Curtis, D. (1996). Spreading the news: Sharing the stories of early childhood education. Redleaf Press.

Carter, M., & Curtis, D. (1998). The visionary director: Dreaming, organizing, and improving in your center. Redleaf Press.

Creaser, B., & Dau, E. (Eds.) (1996). The anti-bias approach in early childhood. Harper Educational.

Cronin, Sharon & Derman-Sparks, L., Henry, S., Olatungi, C., & York, S. (1998). Future vision, present work: Learning from the culturally relevant anti-bias leadership project. Redleaf Press.

Cronin, S., & Sosa Masso, C. (2003). Soy bilingüe: Language, culture, and young Latino children. Center for Linguistic and Cultural Democracy.

Curtis, D. (2018). Really seeing children. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., & Carter, M. (1996). Reflecting children's lives: A handbook for planning child-centered curriculum. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., & Carter, M. (2000). The art of awareness: How observation can transform your teaching. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., & Carter, M. (2003). Designs for living and learning: Transforming early childhood environments. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., & Carter, M. (2008). Learning together with young children: A curriculum framework for reflective teachers. Redleaf Press.

Curtis, D., Lebo, D., Cividanes, W., & Carter, M. (2013). Reflecting in communities of practice: A workbook for early childhood educators. Redleaf Press.

Darder, A. (1991). Culture and power in the classroom: A critical foundation for bicultural education. Bergin & Garvey.

Darling-Kuria, N. (2010). Brain-based early learning activities: Connecting theory and practice. Redleaf Press.

Davis, L. & Keyser, J. (1997). Becoming the parent you want to be. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Derman-Sparks, L., LeeKeenan, D. & Nimmo, J. (2015). Leading anti-bias early childhood programs: A guide for change. Teachers College Press.

Ellison, G. (1974). Play structures. Pacific Oaks.

Falasco, D. (2014). Teaching twos and threes: A Comprehensive curriculum. Redleaf Press.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (1989). Infants, toddlers, and caregivers. Mayfield Publishing.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (1991). Tips and tidbits: A book for family child care providers. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (1993) Multicultural issues in child care. Mayfield Publishing.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (1994). From a parent's perspective. Sheffield Publishing.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (1995). Dragon mom: Confessions of a child development expert. Rattle OK Publications

Gonzales-Mena, J. (2007). Diversity in early care and education: Honoring differences. McGraw-Hill.

Gonzales-Mena, J. (2008). Foundations of early childhood education: Teaching children in a diverse society. McGraw-Hill.

Gonzales-Mena, J. & Stonehouse, A. (2008). Making links: A collaborative approach to planning and practice in early childhood programs. Teachers College Press.

Gramling, M. (2015). The Great disconnect in early childhood education: What we know vs. what we do. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G. (2003). Focused early learning: A planning framework for teaching young children. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G. (2006). Make early learning standards come alive: Connecting your practice and curriculum to state guidelines. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G. (2010). Developmentally appropriate play: Guiding young children to a higher level. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G., & James, M. (2005). Focused observations: How to observe children for assessment and curriculum planning. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G., & James, M. (2008). Early learning standards and staff development: Best practices in the face of change. Redleaf Press.

Gronlund, G., & Rendon, T. (2017). Saving play: Addressing standards through play-based learning in preschool and kindergarten. Redleaf Press.

Hammond, R. A. (2009). Respecting babies: A new look at Magda Gerber's RIE approach. Zero to Three.

Jervis, K. (1996). Eyes on the child: Three portfolio stories. Teachers College Press.

Jervis, K. (1998). Between home and school: Cultural interchange in an elementary classroom. National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching and Teachers College Press.

Jervis, K., & Montag, C. (Eds.). (1991). Progressive education for the 1990s: Transforming practice. Teachers College Press.

Jervis, K., & Polland, B. K. (2007). Separation: Supporting children in their preschool transitions. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Jones, E., & Cooper, R. (2006) Playing to get smart. Teachers College Press.

Jones, E., & Nimmo, J. (1994). Emergent curriculum. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Jones, E., Evans, K., & Stritzel Rencken, K. (2001). The lively kindergarten: Emergent curriculum in action. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Jones, M., & Shelton, N. (2006). Developing your portfolio -enhancing your learning and showing your stuff: A guide for the early childhood student or professional. Routledge.

Keyser, J. (2006). From parents to partners: Building a family-centered early childhood program. Redleaf Press.

Kissinger, K. (1977). All the colors we are. Redleaf Press.

Kissinger, K. (2017). Anti-bias education in the early childhood classroom: Hand in hand, step by step. Routledge.

Litt, D., Martin, S., & Place, N. (2015). Literacy teacher education: Principles and effective practices. Guilford Press.

Maguire-Fong, M. J. (2015). Teaching and learning with infants and toddlers: Where meaning-making begins. Teachers College Press.

Maguire-Fong, M. J., & Peralta, M. (2019). Infant and toddler development from conception to age 3: What babies ask of us. Teachers College Press.

Miller, K. (1985). Ages and stages. Redleaf Press.

Miller, K. (1999). Simple steps: Developmental activities for infants, toddlers and two year olds. Redleaf Press.

Miller, K. (2005). Simple transitions for infants and toddlers. Redleaf Press.

Muhlstein, E. (1996). Facilitating social problem solving with children ages two through five. Humanics Publishing Group.

Nelson, E. (2012). Cultivating outdoor classrooms: Designing and implementing child-centered learning environments. Redleaf Press.

Pelo, A. (Ed.). (2008). Rethinking early childhood education. Rethinking Schools.

Pelo, A., & Carter, M. (2018). From teaching to thinking: A pedagogy for reimagining our work. Exchange Press.

Pelo, A., & Davidson, F. (2000). That's not fair: A teacher's guide to activism with young children. Redleaf Press.

Poelle, L. (2013). The biting solution: The expert's no-biting guide for parents, caregivers, and early childhood educators. Parenting Press.

Powers, J. (2005). Parent-friendly early learning: Tips and strategies for working well with parents. Redleaf Press.

Powers, J. (2016). Parent engagement in early learning: Strategies for working with families. Redleaf Press.

Riley, D. A., San Juan, R., Klinkner, J., & Ramminger, A. (2008). Social and emotional development: Connecting science and practice in early childhood settings. Redleaf Press.

Shareef, I., & Gonzales-Mena, J. (2008). Practice in building bridges. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

Stacey, S. (2009). Emergent curriculum in early childhood settings: From theory to practice. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2011). The unscripted classroom: Emergent curriculum in action. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2015). Pedagogical documentation in early childhood: Sharing children's learning and teachers' thinking. Redleaf Press.

Stacey, S. (2018). Inquiry-based early learning environments: Creating, supporting and collaborating. Redleaf Press.

Stine, S. (1997). Landscapes for learning: Creating outdoor environments for children and youth. Wiley.

Taub Greenleaf, P. (2006). I'd rather be learning: How standardized testing leaves learning behind and what we can do. Lulu Press.

Tertell, E., Klein, S. M., & Jewett, J. L. (Eds) When teachers reflect: Journeys toward effective, inclusive practice. National Association for the Education of Young Children.

York, S. (1991). Roots and wings: Affirming culture in early childhood programs. Redleaf Press.