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Bullis B., Filippi J., Lubelfeld M. Click Here to access Synergy and Straight Talk.National Association of Elementary School Principals. May/June 2017.
Bullis B., Filippi J., Lubelfeld M. (2016). I Hear What You’re Saying…And I Respect You. Journal of Scholarship and Practice, Summer 2016/Volume 13. No.2, 44-54.
Bullis B., Filippi J., Lubelfeld M. (2016). Reinventing Science Lab Space and Curriculum. Principal Leadership, 52-54.
Caposey, P.J., Polyak, N., & Lubelfeld M.(2021). The Unfinished Leader: A School Leadership Framework for Growth & Development. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Caposey, P.J., Polyak, N., & Lubelfeld M. (2018). Student Voice: From Invisible to Invaluable. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
Creasman B., Polyak N., & Lubelfeld M. (2017). Pardon the Disruption: Our View. School Administrator. August 2017.
Lubelfeld M. (2019). Branding Alongside a Communication Pro. School Administrator. May 2019.
Lubelfeld M. (2017). What Constitutes Effective Blogging? School Administrator. January. 9.
Lubelfeld M. (2017). Social Media: A Vote For Voxer’s Professional Benefits. School Administrator.September. 9.
Lubelfeld M., Polyak N. (2019). The Unlearning Leader. Update, Spring (Leadership Issue), 32-35.
Lubelfeld M., Polyak N. (2017). The Unlearning Leader: Leading for Tomorrow’s Schools Today. Lanham, MD: Rowman-Littlefield.
Lubelfeld M., Polyak N. (2017). The Unlearning Leader’s Guide to Strategic Planning. ILASCD Summer Newsletter 2017, Volume 63, No. 1: 8-16.
Published Commentary: Planning for Effective Classroom Managementin the Ultimate Teacher: The Best Experts’ Advice for a Noble Profession with Photos and Stories by Todd Whitaker, Health Communications Inc.:Deerfield Beach, FL
Published in the 1996-97 issue of “The Councilor” (the official publication of the Illinois Council for the Social Studies), Volume 56, pages 11-25, title: “Planning Powerful and Engaging Social Studies: The U.S. History Workshop for Students”
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Perspectives in Education – Three-part podcast series