Selected Articles

Gilbert, M. B. (2007). Meeting communication needs can enhance student success. Journal of the Michigan Association of Teacher Educators, 4(1), 7-12.


Pauley, J. A., & Pauley, J. F. (2007). Establishing relationships to reduce bullying and increase student achievement. Proceedings of Persistently Safe Schools Conference (pp. 191-198). Washington DC: Hamilton Fish Institute, George Washington University.


Pauley, J. A., & Pauley, J. F. (2006). Meeting student needs: The key to dropout prevention. Plymouth State University Journal of Education, 9.

Bradley, D., Pauley, J., Pauley, J. (2006) Establishing relationships to reduce bullying and increase student achievement. New Hampshire Journal of Education, 9.


Gilbert, M. B. (2005). An examination of listening effectiveness of educators: Performance and preference. Professional Educator, 27(1), 1-16.

Chekosky, A. (2000). Identify personal traits to create effective learning strategy. Today's School Psychologist, 4(1).  


Chekosky, A. (2000). Model teaches educators how to demystify child's learning style. Today's School Psychologist, 4(1). 


Gilbert, M. B. (1999). Why educators have problems with some students: Understanding frames of preference. Journal of Educational Administration, 37, 243-255. (ERIC Document Accession No. EJ592943)


Gilbert, M. B. (1996). The Process Communication Model: Understanding ourselves and others. NASSP Bulletin, 80(578), 75-80. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service No. EJ519749)  


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