Works About Bank Street
Antler, J. (1987). Lucy Sprague Mitchell: The making of a modern woman. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Bailey, J. (1991). An exception to the rule: Bank Street College of Education as an independent professional school (1916-1990). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI.
Biber, B. (1977). A Developmental-Interaction Approach: Bank Street College of Education. In M.C. Day and R.K. Parker (Eds.). The preschool in action: Exploring early childhood programs ( 2nd ed.,). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.
Biber, B. (1972). The 'Whole Child', Individuality and Values in Education. In J.R. Squire (ed.) A new look at progressive education (pp. 44-87). Washington, DC: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Biber, B. (1977). Cognition in Early Childhood Education: A Historical Perspective. In B. Spodek and H.J. Walberg (Eds.), Early childhood education: Issues and insights (pp. 41-64). Berkeley, CA: McCutcheon.
Biber, B., Gilkeson, E. & Winsor, C. Teacher Education at Bank Street College. In Basic Approaches to Mental Health in the Schools (pp. 48-58). American Personnel and Guidance Association.
Biber, B. (1973, November 27). What is Bank Street? Talk at a lunch for visiting educators.
Cenedella, J. (1996). The Bureau of Educational Experiments: A study in progressive education [dissertation]. New York, NY: Teachers College, Columbia University.
Cufarro, H., Nager, N. & Shapiro, E. (2005). The developmental-interaction approach at Bank Street College of Education. In J. Roopnarine & J. Johnson (Eds.), Approaches to early childhood education. (4th ed., pp. 280-295). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education.
Gilkeson, E. (1981). Bank Street Model: A Developmental-Interaction Approach. In Rhine, W. Ray (Ed.), Making schools more effective: New directions from follow through (pp. 249-288). New York, NY: Academic Press.
Gilkeson, E., & Bowman, G. (1976). The focus is on children: The Bank Street approach to early childhood education as enacted in Follow Through. New York, NY: Bank Street College of Education.
Gold, J. (1992). Whole language and Teacher/Librarian Partnerships. Phi Delta Kappan, 73(7), 536-537.
Gordon, E., & Oppenheimer, L. (1988). Educating the whole child: Progressive education and Bank Street College of Education, 1916-1966. New York, NY: State University at Stony Brook.
Mathews, E. P. (1979). Lucy Sprague Mitchell: A Deweyan Educator. New Jersey, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Mitchell, A., & David, J. (Eds.). (1992). Explorations with young children: A curriculum guide from the Bank Street College of Education. Mt. Ranier, MD: Gryphon House.
Mitchell, L. S. A Cooperative School for Student Teachers Progressive Education, v8, pp. 251-255.
Mitchell, L, S. (1950). Our children and our schools; a picture and analysis of how today's public school teachers are meeting the challenge of new knowledge and new cultural needs. New York, NY: Simon and Schuster.
Mitchell, L. S. (1963). Young Geographers. New York, NY: Basic Books.
Pignatelli, F., & Pflaum, S. (Eds.). (1993). Celebrating diverse voices: Progressive education and equity. Newbery Park, CA: Corwin Press.
Roberts, F. (1974). Bank Street College: A beacon and a thorn. New York, NY: Bank Street College of Education.
Shapiro, E., & Nager, N. (1999). The Developmental-Interaction Approach to Education: Retrospect and Prospect. Occasional paper series, no.1. New York, NY: Bank Street College of Education.
Squire, J. (Ed.). (1972). A new look at progressive education, 1972 ASCD yearbook. Washington, DC: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.
Winsor, C. (Ed.). (1973). Experimental schools Revisited; bulletins of the Bureau of Educational Experiments. New York, NY: Agathon Press.
Zimiles, H. (1987). The Bank Street Approach. In J. L. Roopnarine (Ed.), Approaches to early childhood education. Columbus, OH: Merrill.
Biber, B., & Franklin, M. (1967).The Relevance of Developmental and Psychodynamic Concepts to the Education of the Preschool Child. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 7(1), 5-24.
Davidson, J. (1982. July 23). Bank Street and Children's Writers. Publishers Weekly, pp. 80-81.
Kulleseid, E. (1983). Profile of the Bank Street College of Education Library. Education Libraries, 8(1), 7-9.
Shapiro, E. (1991). Teacher: Being and Becoming. Thought and Practice, 3(1), 5-24.
Shapiro, E., & Biber, B. (1972). The Education of Young Children: A Developmental Interaction Approach. Teachers College Record, 74(1), 55-79.
Shenker, J., & Creange, R. (1989). The Role of teacher Training Institutions in Guiding the Acquisition of Values. Religion and Public Education, 16(3), 423-427.
Smithberg, L. (1981). Follow Through: Illusion and Paradox in Educational Experimentation. New York: National Inst. of Education. Retrieved from ERIC database (ED243793).