Caine, Renate Nummela and Geoffrey Caine. Making Connections: Teaching and the Human Brain, Addison-Wesley, 1994.
Caine, Renate Nummela and Geoffrey Caine. Unleashing the Power of Perpetual Change: The Potential of Brain-Based Teaching, ASCD, 1997.
Diamond, Marian. Enriching Heredity: The Impact of the Environment on the Brain, Free Press, 1988.
Diamond, Marian. Magic Trees of the Mind, E.P. Dutton, 1998.
Golden, Daniel. "Building a Better Brain," National Geographic, June 1994.
Hart, Leslie. Human Brain and Human Learning, Longman Publishing, 1983.
Herrmann, Ned. The Creative Brain, Ned Herrmann Group, 1995.
Jensen, Eric. Brain Based Learning, Turning Point Publishing, 1996.
Jensen, Eric. Introduction to Brain-Compatible Learning, The Brain Store, 1988.
Jensen, Eric. Teaching With the Brain in Mind, ASCD, 1998.
LeDoux, Joseph. The Emotional Brain, Simon & Schuster, 1996.
Russell, Peter. The Brain Book, Plume, 1979.
Short, Cynthia. Dendrites Are Forever (workbook with exercises for maintaining and growing brain capacity into old age), self-published (406) 862-1095.
Sylwester, Robert. A Celebration of Neurons: An Educators Guide to the Human Brain, ASCD, 1995.Hide
Brink, Susan. "Smart Moves- New Research Suggests That Folks From 8 to 80 Can Shape Up Their Brains With Aerobic Exercise," US News and World Report, May 15, 1995, pp. 78-82.
Dennison, Paul and Gail. Brain Gym, Teachers Edition, Edu-Kinesthetics, 1994.
Hannaford, Carla. Smart Moves: Why Learning Is Not All in Your Head, Great Ocean Publishers, 1995.
Hannaford, Carla, Cherokee Shaner, Sandry Zachary, and Linda Grinde. Education in Motion, Edible Elephant Publications, 1991.
Pert, Candice. Molecules of Emotion: The Science Behind Mind-Body Medicine, Simon & Schuster, 1997 & 1999.
Primislow, Sharon. Making the Brain-Body Connection, Kinetic Publishing, 1998.
Spretnak, Charlene. The Resurgence of the Real: Body, Nature, and Place in a Hypermodern World, Routledge, 1999.Hide
DePorter, Bobbi. Quantum Learning, Dell, 1992.
Dryden, Gordon and Jeannette Vos. The Learning Revolution: To Change the Way the World Learns, The Learning Web, 1994 & 1999.
Fairbanks, Deborah. Accelerated Learning, ASTD Infoline (issue 9209).
Frischnecht, Jacqueline and Glen Capelli. Maximizing Your Learning Potential, Kendall/Hunt, 1995.
Gill, Mary Jane and David Meier. "Accelerated Learning Takes Off at Bell Atlantic," Training & Development Journal, ASTD, January 1989.
Linksman, Ricki. How to Learn Anything Quickly: An Accelerated Learning Program for Rapid Learning, Citadel Press, 1996.
Lozanov, Georgi. Suggestology and Outlines of Suggestopedia, Gordon and Breach, 1978.
Ostrander, Nancy, Shiela Ostrander, and Lynn Schroeder. Superlearning 2000, Delacorte Press, 1994
Rose, Colin, and Malcom Nicholl. Accelerated Learning for the 21st Century, Dell, 1997.
Zemke, Ron. "Accelerated Learning: Madness with a Method," Training Magazine, October 1995.Hide
Glazer, Steven (ed.). The Heart of Learning: Spirituality in Education, Tarcher, 1999.
Langer, Ellen. The Power of Mindful Learning, Addison-Wesley, 1997.
Mellander, Klas. The Power of Learning, Irwin, 1993.
Vaill, Peter. Learning As a Way of Being, Jossey Bass, 1996.
Wenger, Win. The Einstein Factor: A Proven New Method for Increasing Your Intelligence, Prima Publishing, 1997.Hide
Bry, Adelaide. Visualization: Directing the Movies of Your Mind, Harper & Row, 1978.
Holt, Robert. "Imagery, The Return of the Ostracized," American Psychologist,
Meier, David. "Imagine That," Training & Development Journal, May 1984.
Tower, R.B. "Imagery Training: A Workshop Model," Imagination, Cognition, and Personality, 2, 1982-1983.
Wenger, Win. Beyond Okay, Psychegenics Press, 1979.Hide
Armstrong, Thomas. Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom, ASCD, 1994.
Armstrong, Thomas. Seven Kinds of Smart: Identifying and Developing Your Many Intelligences, Plume, 1993.
Campbell, L & B and Dee Dickinson. Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences, New Horizons for Learning, 1992.
Dunn, R. and K. Dunn. Teaching Students Through Their Individual Learning Styles: A Practical Approach, Reston Publishing Co., 1978.
Gardner, Howard. Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, Basic Books, Harper Collins, 1993.
Gardner, Howard. Multiple Intelligences: The Theory in Practice, Basic Books, 1993.
Kolb, David. Experiential Learning, Prentice-Hall, 1984.
Lazear, David. Seven Ways of Teaching: The Artistry of Teaching With Multiple Intelligences, IRI/Skylight Publications, 1991.
Lazear, David. Seven Ways of Knowing: Understanding Multiple Intelligences, IRI/Skylight Publications, 1991.Hide
Armstrong, Thomas. In Their Own Way, Tarcher, 1987.
Armstrong, Thomas. Awakening Your Childs Natural Genius, Tarcher, 1988.
Caine, Geoffrey, Renate Caine, and Sam Crowell. The Re-Enchantment of Learning: A Manual for Teacher Renewal and Classroom Transformation, Zephyr Press, 1998.
Caskey, Owen. Suggestive-Accelerative Learning and Teaching, Educational Technology Publication, 1980.
Ellis, Susan and Susan Whalen. Cooperative Learning, Scholastic Inc., 1990.
Freire, Paulo. Pedagogy of the Oppressed, Continuum Publishing, 1970 & 1993.
Fuller, Cheri. Unlocking Your Childs Learning Potential: How to Equip Kids to Succeed in School and Life, NavPress, 1994.
Harless, Joe. The Eden Conspiracy: Educating for Accomplished Citizenship, Guild V Publications, 1998.
Hunter, Madeline. Enhancing Teaching, Macmillan, 1994.
Klein, Peter. The Everyday Genius, Great Ocean Publishers, 1988.
McCarthy, Bernice. "Using the 4MAT System to Bring Learning Styles to Schools," Educational Leadership 48.2, 1990, pp. 31-37.
McPhee, Doug. Limitless Learning, Zephyr Press, 1996.
Pearce, Joseph Chilton. Evolutions End: Claiming the Potential of Our Intelligence, Harper Collins, 1992.
Postman, Neil. The End of Education: Redefining the Value of School, Vintage Books, 1995.Hide
Andersen, Ole, Marcy Marsh, and Arthur Harvey. Learn with the Classics: Using Music to Study Smart at Any Age, LIND Institute, 1999.
Brewer, Chris and Don Campbell. Rhythms of Learning: Creative Tools for Developing Lifelong Skills, Zephyr Press, 1991.
Campbell, Don. The Mozart Effect, Avon Books, 1997.
Campbell, Don. 100 Ways to Improve Teaching Using Your Voice and Music, Zephyr Press, 1992.
Clynes, Manfred (ed.). Music, Mind and Brain, Plenum Press, 1982.
Halpern, Steven. Sound Health, Harper and Row, 1985.
Halpern, Steven. Tuning the Human Instrument: An Owners Manual, Spectrum Research Institute, 1978.
Merritt, Stephanie. Mind, Music and Imagery, Aslan Publishing, 1996.
Webb, Terry Wyler and Douglas Webb. Accelerated Learning With Music, Accelerated Learning Systems, 1990.Hide
Buzan, Tony. The Mind Map Book: Radiant Thinking, BBC Books, London, 1993.
Center for Accelerated Learning. Accelerated Learning Clip Art Book (& software), CAL Publishing, 1995. (262) 248-7070.
Claborn, Jo Carol and JoAnn Zerwikh. The Memory Notebook of Nursing, Vol I and II. (800) 933-7277.
Margulies, Nancy. Mapping Inner Space, Zephyr Press, 1991.
Sibbert, David. Fundamentals of Graphic Language, Graphic Guides, 1991.
Sonneman, Milly. Beyond Words: A Guide to Drawing Out Ideas, Ten Speed Press, 1997.
Wycoff, Joyce. Mindmapping, Berkley Publishing Group, 1991.
Yamamoto, Neal. Draw 50 Nifty Cartoon Characters, Lowell House, 1998.Hide
Bowman, Sharon. Presenting With Pizzazz, Bowperson Publishing, 1997.
Bowman, Sharon. How to Give It So They Get It, Bowperson Publishing, 1998.
Bowman, Sharon. Shake, Rattle & Roll, Bowperson Publishing, 1999.
Coco, Richard and Robert Preziosi. Accelerating Skill Development, Training & Development Journal, ASTD, January 1995.
Lawlor, Michael and Peter Handley. The Creative Trainer: Holistic Facilitation Skills for Accelerated Learning, McGraw-Hill, 1996.
Lewis, Justus and Moni Lai Storz. Switch on Your Mind: Accelerated Learning Strategies at Work, Allen & Unwin, Australia, 1997.
Lohan, Kevin and Alastair Rylatt. Creating Training Miracles, Pfeiffer, 1997.
Meier, Thomas, Mark Meier, and David Meier. The Accelerated Learning CourseBuilder (a compendium of nine books and associated software), CAL Publishing, 1999.
Miller, Mary and Mary Jeanne Vincent. Tips for Trainers, Play Breaks.
Russell, Lou. The Accelerated Learning Fieldbook, Jossey-Bass, 1999.Hide
Callahan, 10 Great Games and How to Use Them, ASTD Infoline.
Epstein, Robert. Creativity Games for Trainers, McGraw-Hill, 1996.
Greenblat, C.S. Designing Games and Simulations, Sage, 1988.
Insight Software Solutions - Various shareware games - www.smartcode.com/iss.
Leogue, James and Bob Preziosi. Icebreakers: Warm Up Your Audience,ASTD Infoline, 1989.
Nilson, Carolyn. Team Games for Trainers, McGraw-Hill, 1993.
Peyser, Sandra. Warm Ups & Wind Downs: 101 Activities for Moving andMotivating Groups, McLaughlin Publishers.
Rohnke, Karl. Silver Bullets: A Guide to Adventure Games and Trust Activities,Kendall/Hunt, 1984.
Silberman, Mel and Karen Lawson. 101 Ways to Make Training Active,Pfeiffer & Company, 1995.
Sugar, S. Games That Teach, Jossey-Bass, 1998.
Thiagarajan, Silvasailam. Games by Thiagi (a series of products), Bloomington,Indiana.Hide
Davis, Stan and Jim Botkin. The Monster Under the Bed, Simon & Schuster, 1994.
DePorter, Bobbi. Quantum Business: Achieving Success Through Quantum Learning, Dell, 1997.
Goleman, Daniel. Working With Emotional Intelligence. Bantam Books, 1998.
Kline, Peter and Bernard Saunders. Ten Steps to a Learning Organization, Great Ocean Publishers, 1993.
Marshall, Edward. Transforming the Way We Work: The Power of the Collaborative Workplace, AMA, 1995.
Senge, Peter & Team. The Fifth Discipline Fieldbook: Strategies and Tools for Building a Learning Organization, Doubleday, 1994.
Zohar, Danah. Rewiring the Corporate Brain, Berret-Koehler, 1997.Hide
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Postman, Neil. Technopoly: The Surrender of Culture to Technology, Vintage, 1993.
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Strassmann, Paul. The Squandered Computer: Evaluating the Business Alignment of Information Technologies, Information Economics Press, 1997.Hide
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The possible choices of music for classroom-based and individual learning are endless. Here are just a few suggestions to get you started.
Music to Relax the Body/Mind
Pianoforte, Eric Daub (LifeSounds)
Dance of the Blessed Spirits, Gluck (from Orfeo and Euridice)
Relax with the Classics, vol. 2 & 3, (The LIND Institute)
CBS Dinner Classics (French, Italian, and other albums)
Piano Concerto No. 21 (K467), Mozart
Pachelbel's Canon and Other Baroque Favorites, Toronto Chamber Orchestra
Prelude a L'Apres midi d'un Faun, Debussy
The Baroque Lute, Walter Gerwig
Oboe Concertos, Vivaldi
Air on a G String, J.S. Bach
Oceans, Peacock (LifeSounds)
Christoforis Dream, David Lanz
No Blue Thing, Ray Lynch
The Impressionists, Windham Hill Sampler
Piano Solos, Narada Lotus
Silk Road, Kitaro
Velvet Dreams, Kobialka (LifeSounds)
Crystal Silence, Chick Corea
Sunsinger, Paul Winter
A Piece of Heaven, Maia (LifeSounds)
Music to Energize the Body/Mind
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, Mozart
Water Music, Handel
Music for the Royal Fireworks, Handel
Fanfare for the Common Man, Copeland
Gothic Harp, Speero
Concerto for Two Pianos (K365), Mozart
Sonata 5 No. 7 in D, Giuseppe Torelli
Trumpet Voluntary, Jeramiah Clark
Suites for Orchestra, Bach
Invitation to the Dance, Weber
Trumpet Concertos, Haydn
Hungarian Dances, Brahms
Triumphal March from Aida, Verdi
Michala Petri Recorder Concertos
Violin, Harp, and Flute Concertos, Telemann
Baroque Music for Panpipes, Zamfir
Dance of the Renaissance, Searles & Yslas (LifeSounds)
Snowflakes are Dancing, Tomita
Deep Breakfast, Ray Lynch
Noveau Flamenco, Ottmar Liebert
Planet Drum (drum music from around the world)
Just Friends, Oliver Jones Trio
Brotherhood, The Gene Harris Quartet
Compact Jazz, Stan Getz
Chase the Clouds Away, Chuck Mangione
Dukes of Dixieland Live
Switched on Bach
Saving the Wildlife, Mannheim Steamroller
Music from Riverdance
Earthbeat, Paul Winter
Rondo 2000, Rondo Veneziano
FreshAire, Vols. 2, 3 & 4, Mannheim Steamroller
Music for Mental Imagery and Meditation
Spectrum Suite, Steve Helpern
Natural States, Steve Halpern
Velvet Dreams, Kobialka
Music for Imagining, The LIND Institute
Relax with the Classics, vol. 3, The LIND Institute
Adagio for Strings, Samuel Barber
Music for Airports, Brian Eno
Silk Road, Kitaro
Inside the Taj Mahal, Paul Horn
Music for Concert Reviews
Christofori's Dream, Lanz
Dance of the Blessed Spirits, Gluck (from Orfeo and Euridice)
Sleepers Awake, J.S. Bach (from Maurice Andre, Back for Trumpet)
Sheep May Safely Graze, J.S. Bach
Brandenberg Concertos Nos. 2 & 5, J.S. Bach
Oceans, Peacock (LifeSounds)
Obtaining a Permit for Public Performance
To assure that you are not violating copyright by playing a specific piece of music in the classroom, you can obtain permission from the publisher to use it. For details on this, check with the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP) in New York City at 212-621-6000. Or for answers to frequently asked questions about licensing consult their website: http://www.ascap.com.
Playing copyrighted music in a classroom or training seminar constitutes a public performance of the work, requiring that you obtain permission from the owner of the music or his or her representative. There are a couple of exceptions. According to ASCAP, permission is not required for music played or sung as part of a worship service, provided that service is not broadcast by radio or television. Neither is permission required if the performance is part of a face-to-face teaching activity at a nonprofit educational institution.
ASCAP has hundreds of different licensing arrangements covering a wide variety of situations. Not all of them are costly or financially prohibitive. Ask an ASCAP representative to propose a licensing agreement that fits your unique situation and see what happens.
When visiting the ASCAP Web site, you can check out ACE (ASCAP Clearance Express) which contains a searchable database of information on musical compositions, writers, publishers, and recording artists.
Other organizations around the world that could advise you include:
United Kingdom: Performing Rights Society Ltd.
South Africa: South African Music Rights Organization Ltd.
Hong Kong: The Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong Ltd.
Australia: Australian Performing Rights Association
Sources of Classroom Music
LifeSounds (1-888-687-4251, email@example.com) offers high-quality classical and contemporary music that is sold with rights for public performance in a classroom at no additional fee.
In addition, you can contact the following organizations directly. All of these organizations, together with LifeSounds, have been associated with the Accelerated Learning movement in the U.S. for years. When you call for their catalogs, explain your situation and ask about their policy regarding public performance of their music tapes and CDs.
Accelerated Learning Systems (GA), 404-446-3852
Barzak Educational Institute (CA), 415-898-0013
The LIND Institute (CA), 800-462-3766 or 415-864-3396
The Mozart Effect Resource Center (CO), 800-721-2177
Steven Halperns Inner Peace Music (CA), 800-909-0707
Superlearning (NY), 212-279-8430
There are other organizations marketing royalty free music to the training community, but some of it is often shallow, trite, and of low quality according to people musically trained. But dont give up on this avenue. You might be able to find pieces here and there of sufficient quality and appropriateness to work for you.
High quality videos of relaxing nature scenes with music backgrounds can be used for breaks and to accompany some learning activities. Excellent award-winning videos like Natural States, Desert Visions, and Canyon Dreams can be obtained from The Entertainer at 800-609-6111. When you call for a catalog, be sure to ask about their policy regarding classroom use.
According to the Federal Copyright Act (Public Law 94-553, Title 17), videocassette clips of copyrighted movies may not be shown publicly without a licence from the copyright owner. This applies equally to for-profit and not-for-profit organizations (including schools). For more information about this, check the Web site of the Motion Picture Licensing Corporation (www.mplc.com/index2.htm). Or you can call them in Los Angeles at (800) 462-8855 to make arrangements for licensing the movies or movie clips you would like to use as part of a training or educational program.Hide
Occasionally a training design might call for party favors, materials to embellish a theme, or special decorations. If thats the case, here are some organizations that might help you find what you need. Just call for their free catalogs.
Into the Wind Kite Catalog, Boulder, CO: 800-541-0314.
Kipp Brothers, Indianapolis, IN:
Oriental Trading Company, Omaha, NE: 800-228-2269
Paradise Products, El Cerrito, CA:
Trainers Warehouse, Natick, MA:
US Toy Company, Grandview, MO: 816-761-5900.
Books and Resources on the Brain and Learning
ASCD, Alexandria, VA: 703-549-9110.
The Brain Store, Del Mar, CA:
Herrmann International, Lake Lure, NC: 800-432-4234.
Zephyr Press, Tuscon, AZ: 520-322-5090.Hide
The following organizations are friends of the learning revolution and offer workshops in various aspects of A.L. Some offer public workshops, some in-house workshops, and some both. In addition, some specialize in K-12 teacher training, some specialize in corporate training, and some do both. For more information, visit their Web sites, knock on their e-mail doors, or call them for their brochures.
Strategic Visions, Inc.
78-1348 Bishop Road
Holualoa, HI 96725
The Opimalearning Company
885 Olive Avenue, Suite A
Novato, CA 94945
1 Babington Court
Toronto, ON M9A 1J7 Canada
Sponsors of the Centers Canadian A.L. Workshops
Bowperson Learning Systems
Glenbrook, NV 89413
160 Seashore Drive
Jupiter, FL 33477
127 W. Fairbank Ave.
Winter Park, FL 32789
1725 South Coast Highway
Oceanside, CA 92054
New Horizons for Learning
P.O. Box 15329
Seattle, WA 98115
Multivarient Learning Systems
20 Childs Road
Bernardsville, NJ, 07924
1541 7 1/2 Avenue N.E.
Rochester, MN 55906
Kim Hare & Larry Reynolds
Mansion House Farm
Abbots Langley, HF WD5 0QB, UK
Phone: 01923 262278
Fax: 01923 269680
1846 Dorminey Ct.
Lawrenceville, GA 30043
Jensen Learning Corporation
P.O. Box 2551
Del Mar, CA 92014
Discovery Learning &Development
6 Buchanans Wharf North
Bristol BS1 6HN, UK
Phone:0117 929 0813
Fax: 0117 929 0813
3505 23rd. St.
Boulder, CO 80304
Mark McKergow Associates
26 Christchurch Road
Cheltenham GL50 2PL, UK
Phone: 01242 511441
Fax: 01242 510941
Limitless Learning, Inc.
914 Robley Place
Cardiff, CA 92007-1119
The Center for Accelerated Learning
1103 Wisconsin Street
Lake Geneva, WI 53147
Focus Marketing und mehr GmbH
D-24939 Flensburg, Germany
Phone: 49-461-14 14 8-0
Fax: 49-461-14 14 8-14
Russell Martin & Associates
6326 Rucker Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46220
Learning Strategies Corp.
900 East Wayzata Blvd.
Wayzata, MN 55391-1836
The Learning Revolution International
PO Box 13006
LaJolla, CA 92039-3006
PO Box 332
Gaithersburg, MD 20884-0332
Language training In the A.L. mode
1571 Race Street
Denver, CO 80206
University Language Center
1313 Fifth St. S.E., Suite 201
Minneapolis, MN, 55414
University of Houston
Accelerated Learning Program
4800 Calhoun Street
Pacific Language Center
P.O. Box 1282
Anacortes, WA 98221
Super Language Learning
A-1080, Vienna, Austria
A source of A.L. products and services for training professionals containing a message board, downloadable demos, and monthly tips for speeding and enhancing learning.
Has links to brain research and the downloadable newsletter Brain Work.
A large website of resources on leading-edge K-12 learning, adult learning, brain-based learning, and much more.
A source of books, articles, music, audiotape programs, and other accelerated learning resources.Hide
262-248-7070 - firstname.lastname@example.org - www.alcenter.com
The Accelerated Learning CourseBuilder. A large kit of books and resources containing over 500 A.L. activities plus an integrated system (in both manual and computerized form) for designing learning programs quickly.
Quiz Show. Computerized games (jeopardy-type and tic-tac-toe) for learning and review that allow you to enter question sets quickly and play with partners or teams. A demo can be downloaded from the website.
Accelerated Learning Clip Art. A manual and software collection of hand-drawn images that can be used to create course maps, presentation graphics, and other learning aids.Hide
The United States
The International Alliance for Learning
1040 South Coast Highway
Encinitas, CA 92024
(Society for Effective Affective Learning)
P.O. Box 2246
Bath, BA1 2YR, UK
(The German Society for Suggestopedic
Teaching and Learning)
Horlkofener Str. 2
D-85457 Worth, Germany