"A New Way to Structure Learning:  Cramming vs. Distributed
Learning,” The High School Magazine, published by National
Association of Secondary School Principals, Vol. 3, No. 3,
March/April, 1996, pp. 61-62.Click here
“Advantages of Increasing the Role of Probability and
Statistics in the Secondary Curriculum,” Journal of the Ontario
Association for Mathematics Education, Vol. 14, No. 1, Sept.
1975, p. 25.
"The Advantages of Using Mathematics History in Math
Education," The Principal, Vol. 3, No. 3; October 1973, p.22.Click here
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No. 1, Jan 1976, p. 31.
"Car Games for Kids of All Ages," RV West, July 1995, p.22.Click here
“Cross-Cultural Study of Sixth-Grader’ New Year’s Resolutions: 
Middle Class Versus Mennonite and Amish Youth,” Social Behavior
and Personality Research, Vol. 5, No. 2, 1977 pp. 209-214. 
Abstract at this link:http://psycnet.apa.org/?
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“Double Dipping,” The Book Group Book by Ellen Slezak.
Contributed a chapter by that title to the third edition,
published 2000.  Contributed a book list with annotations to
the second edition, published 1996.
“The Effect of Circadian Rhythms and Personality on Mental
Performance,” Journal of Occupational Medicine, No. 27, 1977,
pp. 34-36. Abstract at this link:
"Equation Means Equal," Arithmetic Teacher, Vol. 21, No. 8;
Dec. 1974, p. 50.Click here
“Generational Conflict and the Family,” Adolescence, Vol. XIII,
No. 52, Winter 1978, pp. 751-754.
“How Father Absence in the Home Affects the Mathematics Skills
of Fifth Graders,” Family Therapy, Vol. III, No. 1, 1976, pp.
47-59.Click here
"I Stood in Line for a Magnet School," Washington Post, April
17, 1988, p. C8.
“Individual Differences In Thought Processes and Their
Relevance to Teaching Mathematics,” High School Journal, Vol.
58, No 5, Feb. 1975, p. 195.   Link to see entire article with
paypal payment: 
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"Let's Get Serious About Education," Contemporary Education,
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“Message and Meaning:  The Third International Math and Science
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23-27.Click here
"Monopoly With A Twist," Games Magazine, by Barbara, Allen,
Michael, Howard and David Bernstein, May 2003, pp. 65-67 & 76.  See: http://www.betterteachingnow.com/monopoly_with_a_twist.pdf 
"New Dimensions in Helping Low Achievers," The Slow Learner
Workshop, by Parker Publishing Co. in West Nyack, NY; June
1975, pp. 14-15.Click here
"On the Road Games People Play,"  Campers Monthly, May 1995,
Vol. 5, No. 5, pp. 59-63.
"Psychiatric Therapy Through the Creative Arts," The Journal of
Creative Behavior, Vol. 15, No. 3, Third Quarter 1981, pp. 183
-188. See an abstract at this link:
“Remedial Therapy for the Lost Art of Writing,” The English
Journal, Vol. 66, No. 9, Dec. 1977, pp. 49-51.Click here
“Sex and Academic Field in Relation to Birth Order and
Achievement,” Psychological Reports, Vol. 39, No. 2, Oct. 1976,
pp. 659-663.   Abstract at this link:
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“Substitution Made Easy,” Mathematics in School, Vol. 4, No. 2,
March 1975, p. 34.
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regarding the TIMS Study on Education), The Washington Post,
Sun. Feb. 2, 1997, p. C7.Click here
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"With Repetition, Rhythm, and Rhyme, Classroom Drill Becomes
Fun Time," Lutheran Education, Vol. III, No. 2, Nov-Dec. 1975,
p. 97.Click here