Miller. John P. Whole Child Education. University of Toronto Press. Toronto, 2010.

Public education is often viewed as dominated by an emphasis on test scores and narrowly defined parameters of performance and achievement. By contrast, John P. Miller's Whole Child Education fosters relationships between various forms of thinking, links body and mind, and recognizes the inner life of the child.

Brantmeier, Edward J., Jing Lin and John P. Miller. Spirituality, Religion, and Peace Education. Information Age Publishing. Charlotte, 2010.

This book examines the teachings and practices of Confucius, of Judaism, Islamic Sufism, Christianity, Quakerism, Hinduism, Tibetan Buddhism, and of Indigenous spirituality. Secondly, it explores teaching and learning processes rooted in self discovery, skill development, and contemplative practices for peace.

Miller. John P. The Holistic Curriculum: Second Edition. University of Toronto Press. Toronto, 2010.

This revised and expanded second edition concisely describes how holistic thinking integrates spiritual and scientific perspectives, drawing on romantic, humanistic, and other radical alternatives to the atomistic worldview of the modern age. The role of the teacher, the issue of accountability, and strategies for implementing the Holistic Curriculum are also discussed.

Miller. John P. Educating for Wisdom and Compassion: Creating Conditions for Timeless Learning. Corwin Press. 2005.

Essential principles of timeless learning include attention, contemplation, connection, participation, and responsibility; helping students achieve a sense of purpose; and improving alertness and mental health.

Miller. John P. Education and the Soul: Toward a Spiritual Curriculum. State University of New York. 1999.

Education and the Soul is the first book to comprehensively address how the soul can be nourished in educational settings. The book explores the nature of the soul and offers teaching/learning approaches that can be used to nurture the development of students' souls. It also examines how institutions such as schools have souls and what can be done to care for a school's spiritual life.      

Miller. John P. The Contemplative Practitioner: Meditation in Education and the Professions. Praeger. 1994.

This book describes how the experience of the whole through mindful contemplation can release energy and knowledge for practical use in the classroom and in the place of business.