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Conductive Education Resource Library-10/07/30

    JOCKEY CLUB MARION FANG CONDUCTIVE LEARNING CENTRE

    SAHK

    CONDUCTIVE EDUCATION RESOURCE LIBRARY CLASSIFICATION

A Articles on CE

    B Books on CE

    S Serial on CE

    AR Related Articles

    BR Related Books

    NPP Photo

    NPS Slides

    NPT Tape

    NPV Video

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Articles on CE

A 1 Concept/Theory/Development of CE (include CE system)

    A 1.1 a Management of the Motor Disorders of Children with Cerebral Palsy

    Ref. David Scrutton

    A 1.2 a The Human Principle in Conductive Education

    Ref. Dr. Hari Maria

    A 1.3 a Intention : A Fundamental Hypothesis of Conductive Education

    Ref. Dr. Hari Maria

    A 1.4 a Integration of Treatment and Education in Cerebral Palsy

    Ref. Ester Cotton

    A 1.5 a The Bobath and Conductive Education Approaches to Cerebral Palsy Treatment - Management and

    Ref. Education Models

     Kate Hedges

    A 1.6 a Background to Conductive Education

    Ref.

    A 1.7 a A Single Nurse - Teacher - Therapist?

    Ref. K.S. Holt

    A 1.8 a 引導式教育概論

    Ref. 余雪萍

    A 1.9 a 引導式教育導論

    Ref. 黎淑儀

    A 1.10 a Hungarian Definition of Conductive Education

    Ref. (From press release at the press held in Budapest 1989)

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    A 1.11 a The Impact of Conductive Education

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

A 1.12 a An Introduction to Soviet Developmental Psychology

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

A 1.13 a From Treatment to Learning

    Ref. Lillemor Jernqvist

A 1.14 a The Magic Years - Understanding and Handling the Problems of Early Childhood

    Ref. Selma H. Fraiberg

A 1.15 a The Spirit, Rehabilitation and Character Formation

    Ref. C. Papp 1988

A 1.16 a The Petö-System (Conductive Education) : Facilitation of Movements / Actions of the Cerebral

    Ref. Palsy Child

     Anita Tatlow

    June 18th - 22nd - 3rd International Physiotherapy Congress

    A 1.17 a Mind in Society

    Ref. The Development of Higher Psychological Processes

A 1.18 a Integration of Disciplines in the Treatment and Education of Children with Cerebral Palsy

    Ref. Ester Cotton

A 1.19 a The Philosophy of Conductive Education

    Ref.

A 1.20 a Conductive Education : A Journey of Learning and Discovery

    Ref. Dr. Maria Hari

     The International Cerebral Palsy Society, An Interdisciplinary Symposium, Cambridge, 1992.

    A 1.21 a The Notion of Dysfunction, the Systemic Character of Conductive Education, the Conduction

    Ref. Dr. Maria Hari

A 1.22 a The Basic Principles and Present Practice of Conductive Education

    Ref. Kozma I.

     Published in European Journal of Special Needs Education, Vol. 10, No. 2, 1995.

    A 1.23 a Fulfilling Eastern Promise

    Ref. Mike Lambert

     The Development of Conductive Education in the UK

    A 1.24 a The Conductor, Training, Preparation and Practice

    Ref. Dr. Maria Hari

    A 1.25 a 集團指導療育 (日文)

    Ref. 今井亨

A 1.26 a Conductive Education and the Bobath Concept : An Evaluation

    Ref. Anita Tatlow

A 1.27 a Introduction to Conductive Education

    Ref. Judit E. Szathmary

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    A 1.28 a Address Given ...... at Castle Priory College, Wallingford, Berks

    Ref. Dr. Maria Hari

A 1.29 a The International Petö Institute

    Ref. Interview with Prof. Maria Hari

     Hospimedica, March 1992.

    A 1.30 a Notes on Organic Care : A Report to the Ministry of Education

    Ref. A. Petö

A 1.31 a Ages and Stages : Implications for Conductive Education

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

A 1.32 a Conductive Education in Perspective

    Ref. Dr. Kenneth Holt

     Professional Care of Mother and Child, October 1992.

    A 1.33 a The Institute for Movement Therapy and School for 'Conductors', Budapest, Hungary

    Ref. Ester Cotton

     Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology 1965, 7, 437-446.

    A 1.34 a Conductive Education

    Ref. M.K. Dowrick

     Special Education Bulletin, Vol. 20, No. 2, 1978, 4-6.

    A 1.35 a The Petö Method

    Ref. Margaret Dowrick, Loretta Fairweather

     Special Links, Vol. 1, No. 1, 1979, 7-9. A 1.36 a The Petö Institute for Motor Disabled Children

    Ref. Ester Cotton, Yves Bawin

A 1.37 a Conductive Education

    Ref. Gill Moore

     Child Education, May 1989, 42-43. A 1.38 a A Conductive Education Approach to Individuals with Motor Disorders

    Ref. Jo Clark-Wilson, Ann Gent

     British Journal of Occupational Therapy, July 1989, 52(7), 271-272.

    A 1.39 a Conductive Education at the Petö Institute, Budapest

    Ref. R.O. Robinson, G.T. McCarthy, T.M. Little

     BMJ Vol. 299, Nov. 1989, 1145-1149. A 1.40 a Conductive Education a Ref. The Continuing Challenge

    Ref. Jacquelyne E Todd

     Physiotherapy, January 1990, Vol. 76, No. 1, 13-16. A 1.41 a The International Course on Conductive Education at the Petö András State Institute for Conductive

    Ref. Education, Budapest

     Jenny Macdonald

    British Journal of Occupational Therapy, July 1990, 53(7), 295-300.

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    A 1.42 a The Application of Contemporary Treatment Approaches in Occupational Therapy for Children

    Ref. with Cerebral Palsy

     Sidney K H Chu

    British Journal of Occupational Therapy, September 1989, 52(9), 343-348.

    A 1.43 a A Multidisciplinary Evaluation of Conductive Education in Hungary

    Ref. B. Zimmerman, M. Cohen, S. Capelovitch

     Developments, Winter 1991, 3-6.

    A 1.44 a The Person Comes First - Conductive Education for Young and Old

    Ref. Margaret Campion

     New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy, April 1985, 21-22. A 1.45 a Conductive Education a Ref. A Complex Question for Psychology

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

     Educational and Child Psychology 1992,Vol. 9, No. 1. A 1.46 a Conductive Education and Developmental Psychology

    Ref. From Foundation for Conductive Education Library

A 1.47 a Conductive Education - Magic or Myth ?

    Ref. A.P. Lonton and A. Russell

     From Foundation for Conductive Education

A 1.48 a Changing View of the Habilitation of Children with Cerebral Palsy in Education Settings

    Ref. Clare Cheng Yuk Kwan

     Physiotherapy News Bulletin of the Hong Kong Physiotherapy Association,

    February 1997, Vol. 2, No. 2.

A 1.49 a Conductive Educationa Ref.An Intervention Strategy for Children Who Have Cerebral Palsy

    Ref. David M. Finn, Ed.D., Philippa H. Campbell, Ph.D. and Rebecca R. Fewell,Ph.D.

     The UCPA Networker, Vol. 3, No.3, Summer 1990

A 1.50 a Conductive Education Some Background For Paediatric Physiotherapists

    Ref. Suzanne Harkness

     Canadian Physiotherapy Association, Paediatric Division Newsletter, Winter, 1990

A 1.51 a Conductive Educationa Ref. An Overview

    Ref. United Cerebral Palsy Research & Educational Foundation

A 1.52 a A Social-Educational Paradigm of Special Education And Rehabilitation For Children And Adults

    Ref. With Motor Disorders Across The Life-Span

     Andrew Sutton

     Paper presented to the Vygostkii-Piaget Conference Geneva, September 1996

A 1.53 a Conductive Education As Exemplar Of The Emerging Paradigm of Dynamic Inclusion, With New

    Ref. Emphases for Educational Research

    Andrew Sutton

    European Conference on Educational Research Ljubljana, Slovenia 17-20 September 1998

A 1.54 a Understanding Conductive Education

    Ref. The UK Federation for Conductive Education

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    A 1.55 a Theory of Conductive Educationa Ref. concepts of intention and the group

    Ref. Notes on lecture by M.Hari

A 1.56 a The Element and Method of Learning In The Maternal and Institutional Use of Conductive

    Ref. Education

    Karoly Akos

A 1.57 a Conceptual Difficulties In Understanding Conductive Education

    Ref. Karoly Akos and Magda Akos

A 1.58 a Advances in the care of children with cerebral palsy

    Ref. Anita Tatlow

    th 11 International Conference of International College of Paediatrics, Adolescent and Family Care thth 25 30 April 1999, Jerusalem

A 1.59 a Conductive Education Developing a Relevant System

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

    British Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation, 7(3), 130-133

A 1.60 a A brief introduction to conductive education and its application at an early age

    Ref. I. Kozma & E. Balogh

    Infants and Young children, Vol. 8, No. 1, 1995, 68-74

A 1.61 a Conductive Education worldwide a brief review of the spread of the conductive movement towards

    Ref. the end of its first phase

    Andrew Sutton

A 1.62 a Conductive Education - What Is It?

    Ref. Andrew Sutton 1996

A 1.63 a The History of Conductive Education And The Educational Principles of the Peto System

    Ref. Dr. Maria Hari

A 1.64 a From Driver to Therapist to Orphanages: Conductive Education Spreads from Hong Kong

    Ref. throughout China

    Barbara Kolucki

    A 2 Education

A 2.1 a Bringing Conductive Education into Line with Mainstream Education

    Ref. Mike Lambert

A 2.2 a The Education of Children with Motor and Neurological Disabilities

    Ref. Simon H. Haskell & Elizabeth K. Barrett

A 2.3 a Conductive Education and the Mediated Learning Experience Theory of Feuerstein

    Ref. Jo Lebeer

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    A 2.4 a Conductive Education as Special Education

    Ref. From Foundation for Conductive Education Library

A 2.5 a Two Great Educators

    Ref. Andrew Sutton

A 2.6 a In Budapest with MOIRA

    Ref. Mike Lambert and Rowena Somogyváry

     The Conductor, No. 16, Vol. 4, 1992.

    A 2.7 a Conductive Education in a New Context

    Ref. Mike Lambert

     British Journal of Special Education, Vol. 19, No.4, 1992 149-152

    A 2.8 a Dilemmas And Thoughts on Mutual Cooperation

    Ref. (Conductive Education in the English School (System)

     Dezso Horvath and Gyula Kozma

    A 2.9 a Conductive Education: Treating the Whole Child, Not the Disability

    Ref. An interview of Dr. Maria Haria and Andrew Sutton

     Health at School, Vol 2 No. 8 1987

    A 2.10a Conductive Education and the National Curriculum: an integrated approach

    Ref. : Support for Learning Vol. 16 No. 4 (2001) (P.168 173)

A 2.11a Conductive Education links with mainstream schools

    Ref. : Support for Learning Vol. 19 No. 1 (2004) (P.31 37)

    A 3 Learning

A 3.1 a Skill Acquisition

    Ref. Rowena Kinsman

A 3.2 a Teaching Learning

    Ref. Ester Cotton

     Therapy June 12, 1980.

    A 3.3 a The Working Brain - Functional Organisation and Mental Activity

    Ref. A.R. Luria

A 3.4 a Mechanisms of Motor Skill Development - An Introduction

    Ref. Dr. S.E. Henderson

A 3.5 a Conductive Education and Developmental Psychology

    Ref. Anna-Maria McGee, Andrew Sutton

     Education Psychology, Vol. 9, No. 4, 1989, 339-345.

    A 4 Elements of CE

A 4.0.1 a Conductive Education - The Petö Method

    Ref. Margaret J. Campion

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    A 4.0.2 a Programming in Conductive Education

    Ref. Claire Cotter

    A 4.0.3 a International Peto Institute Courses, 1999 Autum, Budapest

    Ref.

    A 4.1 Rhythmical Intention

A 4.1.1 a Rhythmical Intention

    Ref. S. Youlden, 1985.

A 4.1.2 a Rhythmical Intention - The Use of Speech in a Regulative Function

    Ref. Lillemor Jernqvist, December, 1983.

A 4.1.3 a Background of Rhythmic Intention

    Ref. S.E. Henderson

A 4.1.4 a Aspects of Music Useful to Conductive Education

    Ref. Barbara Emsley, 27th June 1987.

A 4.1.5 a Why Children Talk to Themselves

    Ref. Laura E. Berk

A 4.1.6 a The Roles of Speech and Language in Conductive Education

    Ref. Louisa Lee

A 4.1.7 a The Role of Speech / Language in Conductive Education

    Ref.

    A 4.1.8 a Speech Therapy in Practice

    Ref. The Magazine for Professionals Working in Speech and Language

A 4.1.9 a The Role of the Speech Pathologist in Holistic, Intensive Group Programmes

    Ref.

A 4.1.10 a Educational Focus on the Utilization of Speech in the Regulation and Self-Regulation of motor

    Ref. Activity

     Alexander Russell

    A 4.1.11 a The Role of Rhythmical Intention to Facilitate Conscious Active Learning of Voluntary

    Ref. Actions in Programs Based on the Principles of Conductive Education

     Gayle Porter, November, 1993. A 4.1.12 a Rhythmical Intention as a Method of Treatment for the Cerebral Palsied Patient

    Ref. Janet Clarke, Elizabeth Evans

     Australian Journal of Physiotherapist, XVIV, 2, June 1973.

    A 4.1.13a A Cognitive Approach for the Acquisition of Motor Skills

    Ref. Rosita Wai Ping Lui, Ivan Yuen Wang Su

     1997 Hong Kong International Occupational Therapy Congress Proceedings

    A 4.1.14a Written Report on Intensive Programme to Peto Andras Institute for Conductive Education of

    Ref. the Motor Disabled and Conductors' College in October 1997

     Mabel Ho

    The Use of Breathing Exercises, Rhythmical Intention and Songs in Adults' and Children's

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A 4.1.15a The Social Origins of Self-Regulation

    Ref. Rafael M. Diaz, Cynthia J. Neal, and Marina Amaya-Williams

A 4.1.16a Thought and Word

    Ref. In:Thought and Language

     L.S. Vygotsky

    A 4.1.17a Verbal Regulation of Motor Behavior - Soviet Research and Non-Soviet Replications

    Ref. R.H. Wozniak

     Human Develop. 15: 13-57 (1972) A 4.1.18a Young Children's Private Speech as a Precursor to Metacognitive Strategy Use During Task

    Ref. Engagement

     Brenda H. Manning & Martha Daugherty

    Discourse Processes 17, 191-211 (1994)

A 4.1.19a A theory of speech regulation:some problems of utilising it in the field of Conductive

    Ref. Education and a possible way forward

     Andrew Sutton

    A 4.1.20a Effects of Verbalization on Sensory-Motor Conceptual Learning In Normal and Mentally

    Ref. Retarded Children

     M. Matsuda & F.Matsuda

    Psychologia, 1981, 24, 207-216

A 4.1.21a The Directive Function of Speech in Development and Dissolution

    Ref. A.R. Luria

    A 4.2 Environment (include furniture)

A 4.2.1a Manufacturers of Equipment for the Handicapped and Specialists in Furniture for Conductive

    Ref. Education

     G. & S. Smirthwaite

A 4.2.2 Furniture and Equipment of Petö Institute 1992

    (a-b)

A 4.2.3 a The Room

    Ref.

A 4.2.4 a The Stick-for Cerebral Palsied Children

    Ref. Anita Tatlow

    A 4.2.5 a 引導式教育採用的傢俱

    Ref. 伍孟宜

A 4.2.6 a Quality Educational Furniture & Equipment

    Ref. Create & Play

     N.A.C.E. Conference

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    A 4.2.7 a 引導式教育之器材介紹

    Ref. 第一社會利基金會吳久美整理

A 4.3 Manual Facilitation

A 4.4 Group

A 4.5 Conductor, Conducting Skills and Conductor Training

A 4.5.1 a The Conductor

    Ref.

A 4.5.2 a Notes on Conducting (for Conductors)

    Ref. E. Bate, March, 1982.

A 4.5.3 a Principles of Facilitations - 10 Points

    Ref.

A 4.5.4 a The Special Quality, Content and Structure of Conductor Training

    Ref. In : Congress Proceeding, First World Congress on Conductive Education, the International

     Petö Association - Unpublished Paper.

    Ildikó Kozma

    A 4.5.5a Information on Overseas - Training on Conductive Education

    Ref.

A 4.5.6 a Conducting

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.5.7 a Conductor's Training Program (1976 / 77) in Budapest

    Ref.

A 4.5.8a Diagrams of Orchestra

    Ref

    A 4.5.9a Graduate Certificate in Motor Disabilities in Young Children: Applying Principles of

    Ref Conductive Education, The University of Melbourne and the National Association of

    Conductive Education (Victoria)

    A 4.6 Rhythm of the day / Activities of Daily Living

A 4.6.1 a Toilet Training - Normal Child Development

    Ref Therapeutic Value of Toilet (Potty) Training for Cerebral Palsied Children

A 4.6.2a Principles of C.E. : Applications to Home Activities of Daily Life

    Ref. Claire Cotter, August, 1990.

A 4.7 Task Series

A 4.7.1 a Making a Task-Series

    Ref.

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    A 4.7.2 a Learning to Sit in the Basic Motor Pattern

    Ref.

A 4.7.3 a Guidelines for Writing Task Series

    Ref. The Spastics Association of Hong Kong

A 4.7.4 a Individual and Group Movement Tasks

    Ref.

A 4.7.5 a 「如何在習作程序中實踐主題教學」工作坊

    Ref. 引導式教育核心小組編排

A 4.7.6 a Session Planning

    Ref.

A 4.7.7 a Programming for the Whole Child

    Ref. Ester Cotton

A 4.7.8 a Conductive Education a Ref. The Breathing Sequence

    Ref. Anita Tatlow

A 4.7.9 a Strategies of Motor Education in the Task Series

    Ref. Eva Chan

     Conductive Education News Vol. 11, No. 1, March 1996

    A 4.7.10 a Functional Goals for the Different Motor Disabilities

    Ref. Claire Cotter, Rita Takacs

A 4.7.11 a Plinth Programme - Group 1

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.7.12 a Oro-Motor Programme

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.7.13 a Drooling Procedure

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.7.14 a Individual Appointment for Review for a Child in an Integrate Educational Group Program

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.7.15 a Planning Programs for a Diverse Group of Children

    Ref. Claire Cotter

A 4.7.16 a C.E. in Service : Some Options in Standing, Walking and Sitting Programs

    Ref. Claire Cotter

    A 5 Hand Function

    A 5.1 a Hand Function

    Ref.

    A 5.2 a Hand Exercises

    Ref.

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