Boeken geschreven door Sally Goddard Blythe:
- A teacher’s window into the child’s mind.
(1996) Eugene OR: Fern Ridge Press.
Later extended and published as: Reflexes, learning and behaviour. A window into the child’s mind. (2003) Eugene OR: Fern Ridge Press.
- The INPP Test Battery and Developmental Exercise Programme for use in Schools with Children with Special Needs
(1996). Restricted Publication. Chester: INPP.
- The Well Balanced Child
(2004). Stroud: Hawthorn Press.
- What babies and children really need.
(2008) Stroud: Hawthorn Press
- Attention balance and coordination. The A,B,C of learning success.
(2009). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
- The Genius of natural childhood.
(2011). Chichester: Hawthorn Press.
- Assessing neuromotor readiness for learning. The INPP Developmental Screening Test and School Intervention Programme.
(2012). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
- Neuromotor immaturity in children and adults. The INPP Screening Test for Clinicians and Health Practitioners.
(2014). Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.
Artikelen gepubliceerd door Sally Goddard Blythe:
- The Role of Reflexes in the Development of the Visual System
The Journal of Behavioural Optometry Vol. 6/1995/No 2
- Screening for Neurological Dysfunction in the Specific Learning Difficulty Child”
(Goddard SA and Hyland D). The British Journal of Occupational Therapy.61/10. 1998“
- Neurological Dysfunction in Children with Specific Learning Difficulties”
Irish Learning Support Association Journal. 2003.
- Neurological dysfunction as a significant factor in children diagnosed with dyslexia.
Proceedings of The5th International British Dyslexia Association Conference. University of York. April 2001.
- Releasing educational potential through movement.
A summary of individual studies carried out using the INPP Test Battery and Developmental Exercise Programme for use in Schools with Children with Special Needs. Child Care in Practice.11/4:415.432. 2005.
- Guide to the physical milestones during child development, and developmental delay
what to expect during development, and developmental problems to keep an eye on. (2010) www.ccinform.co.uk/articles/2010/05/28/4919
- Neuromotor maturity as an indicator of developmental readiness for education.
Report on the use of a neuromotor test battery and developmental movement programme in schools in Northumberland and Berkshire. In: Movement, Vision, Hearing – The Basis of Learning. Kulesza EM (Ed). 2011. Wydawnictwo Akakemii Pegagogiki Specjalnej im.Marii Grzegorzewskiej. Warsaw.
- Correcting Clinical Facts.
Abnormal Primitive Reflexes in Behavioural Optometry and Vision Therapy. (Blythe P, and Goddard Blythe SA).Journal of Behavioral Optometry. December 2012.
- The importance of movement in early development.
Physical Literacy Bulletin. 2014 Article for “Adoption UK”
- Unpublished report: Implications of Delay in Placing Children for Adoption. The Effects of Immature Neuromotor Skills on Educational Performance and Behaviour – Assessment and Intervention. Report prepared for meeting with the Minister for Children and Families. 6th December 2011 by Sally Goddard Blythe MSc.; Contributor, Dr Renee Marks.
Andere publicaties door Sally Goddard Blythe:
- “Baby‘s First Playground”
You and Your Baby magazine 1998 Cited in: “Primary children denied basic learning skills”
Article by Lucien Jenkins. Music Teacher. April 1998.
- “Music Matters”
Music Teacher. September 1998
- “Why Movement Matters to Your Child”
Natural Parent. January 1999 Cited in: “A delicate balancing act” Clumsy children can be helped over time.
Article by Celestria Noel. The Times. 3.7. 99
- “First Steps to the Most Important A,B,C”
Times Education Supplement. January 2000.
- “Why our children roll and tumble”
First Steps magazine (Australia). Issue 13.
- “In Praise of Song and Dance”
Times Education Supplement
- “Mind and Body”
Nursery World. 15.6.00.
- “Balancing act for better body control”
Times Education Supplement 7.12.01.
- “Table manners for a tubby nation”
Times Education Supplement 9.03.01
- “Early Learning in the Balance – Priming the first ABC”
The British Journal of Learning Support, November 2000
- “Attention, Balance and Coordination”
(Sally Goddard Blythe)
Special Children, January 2003 Cited in: “Back to Babyhood”
Article by Stephanie Northern. Times Education Supplement. 11.6.04
- “Playtime not optional”
Times Education Supplement
- “Reflections of brain-body functioning”
Medical Veritas 2:562-566. December 2005
Transcript of a radio interview with Sally Goddard Blythe for Autismone Radio
Medical Veritas, December 2005 Cited in: A Circular Road to Recovery Daily Telegraph, 28.7. 2005
- “The Importance of Sounding Out for Hearing Within”
Special Needs Coordinators File, May 2005
- “Motor Skills Drive Success”
Times Educational Supplement, April 2005
- “Dissecting Factors in Autistic Spectrum Disorders”
Medical Veritas. Volume 3/2006. 786-795.
- “Releasing Intelligence through Movement”
Special Needs Coordinators File, January 2005
- “Cerebellar Theory Should Not be Discounted in Response to Aggressive Marketing Strategy.”
Dyslexia Online Journal
- “Lost in Education – Identifying and Help for the Under-Achieving Child”
- “Sports Day – Fun for All?”
Times Education Supplement
- “Music and Physical Education are Primary Needs”
Montessori International Journal. July-September 2006.
- “Children need play”
Letter to The Independent 14.9.2006
- Rough and tumble
Letter to the Daily Mail September 2006
- “Literacy born out of physical education”
Times Education Supplement.7.9.07.
- “What babies need”
First Steps magazine (Australia). Issue 59. 2008
- “To be literate, children must be fit”
Letter to The Times 25.7.2008
- “Impact of the electronic media”
(Extract from “What babies and children really need”)
Montessori International Journal Summer 2008
- “Observing and identifying physical readiness for learning”
Montessori International Journal Winter 2008
- Analysis: Motor skills put to the test.
Nursery World. 3rd March 2010.
- Fairy Tales ARE better for children than modern books, expert claims.
Daily Mail 14th March 2011
- Understanding How Babies’ Brains Work
Nursery World. 20th September – 3rd October 2011
- Therapy in motion.
Autism Eye. Issue 8. 2012. Cited in: “Doctors ‘should check five year-olds to see if they can cope with school’” By Graeme Paton Daily Telegraph 23rd April 2012
- Lullabies, Nursery Rhymes, Mirror Neurons and Fairy Tales.
First Steps (Australia). Issue 75.
- Move On.
Children at two are not “ready” for reading. Nursery World. 10th March 2013.
- Mothers who stay at home feel bullied by government policy.
Letter to the Daily Telegraph. 29th March 2013.
- First Love.
The economic incentives offered to encourage mothers to return to work ignore the parent’s crucial role in the early years. Nursery World. 8th April 2013.
- Regular contributions to “Ask the Expert” Q and A.
- This formerly restricted publication is now available as “Assessing NMR for Learning” published by Wiley-Blackwell.
gepubliceerde artikelen en boeken door Peter Blythe:
- Hypnotism. Its Power and Practice. (1971) London: Arthur Barker Limited.
- Stress Disease. The Growing Plague.(1973) London: Arthru Barker Limited.
- Drugless Medicine. (1974). London: Arthur Barker Limited.
- An Organic Basis for Neuroses and Educational Difficulties. (Blythe P, McGlown DJ., 1979). Chester: Insight Publications.
- Somatogenic neuroses and the effect upon health. (1974) Monograph. Chester, Institute of Psychosomatic Therapy.
- Minimal brain dysfunction and the treatment of psychoneuroses. (1978) Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 22:4, 247-255.
- Oculo-motor dysfunctions and the effect on functioning. (1987) Reflex Newsletter. Chester, INPP.
- An analysis of the developmental history of 103 patients diagnosed with agoraphobia and/or panic disorder. The 2ndInternational Conference of Neuro-Developmental Delay. Stockholm. October. 1988.
- MBD and OBD (Blythe P and McGlown DJ, 1981). Swedish Medical Journal. 78/1.45-48.
- Agoraphobia – is it organic? (Blythe P,McGlown DJ, 1982). World Medicine. July. 1982. pp57-59.