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Article

"The Mooseheart": A Township of Hope for the Displaced Child in USA

Publication: The Montessori Magazine: A Quarterly Journal for Teachers, Parents and Social Workers (India), vol. 4, no. 4

Pages: 27-30

Mooseheart (United States of America), Orphanages

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Abstract/Notes: This article is about Mooseheart, Illinois.

Language: English

Article

To Save Displaced Children and Young Refugees: Montessori’s Early Initiatives for Children at Risk

Available from: Association Montessori Internationale

Publication: AMI Journal (2013-), vol. 2020

Pages: 18-25

Displaced communities, Refugees, White Cross (Croce Bianca)

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Language: English

ISSN: 2215-1249, 2772-7319

Book Section

Comunità contadine e istruzione professionale [Peasant communities and vocational education]

Book Title: L'orientamento professionale come educazione civica: atti del 5. Congresso nazionale Montessori, Messina, 19-21 settembre 1959 [Professional guidance as civic education: proceedings of the 5th Montessori National Congress, Messina, 19-21 September 1959]

Pages: 283-297

Conferences

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Language: Italian

Published: Roma, Italy: Vita dell'infanzia, 1960

Conference Paper

How to Build Innovative Competency-Based Education in Adolescents’ Communities? A Case Study of Montessori Cluj

Available from: Internet Archive

BASIQ 2022 (Graz, Austria, 25-27 May 2022)

Adolescents, Eastern Europe, Europe, Montessori method of education - Evaluation, Montessori schools, Romania, Secondary education

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Abstract/Notes: Innovative competency-based education in adolescents’ communities is one of the most challenging thins of the new millennium. Researchers from all over the world are trying to find models of competency-based education for the young and adolescent students. In this paper, starting with the last available data of the OECD Program for International Student Assessment (PISA), the authors are analyzing the results using a linear regression modeling. Their findings reveal that there is an inverse relationship between the science performance and the total study time in after school hours. One solution that the authors give is the alternative education in general and boarding school within the alternative Montessori educational system. The novelty of the paper is the econometric analysis of the data obtained by students in PISA tests and the use of these results to achieve an innovative education based on skills in adolescent communities. The results of this work could be used both by parents to choose a suitable school for their children and for the governors, to create a national educational ecosystem based on the development of adolescents' skills.

Language: English

Published: Bucharest, Romania: Editura ASE, 2022

Pages: 306-312

DOI: 10.24818/BASIQ/2022/08/040

Video Recording

Preparation for Life: Montessori Infant-Toddler Communities

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Abstract/Notes: Preparation for Life: Infant-Toddler Communities takes you inside three renowned Montessori infant-toddler programs in St. Louis, Missouri, Chicago, Illinois and White Plains, New York to see how the Montessori approach nurtures the emotional, physical and intellectual growth of small children. Sensitive periods, the need for movement, order, language development, the prepared environment, separation and the role of the adult in the classroom are all covered. Filmed at Hope Montessori Infant Toddler Community, Monessori Children's Center at Burke Rehabilitation Hospital, and Seton Montessori Infant Toddler House.

Language: English

Published: Yellow Springs, Ohio, 2009

Article

Transforming Children, Families and Communities

Publication: Montessori Insights

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Language: English

Article

Montessori: Making a Difference in Aboriginal Communities

Publication: Montessori Insights

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Language: English

Doctoral Dissertation

A Hermeneutic Exploration: Designing Grassroots Montessori Teacher Education Courses for Resource Limited Communities

Available from: ProQuest - Dissertations and Theses

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Abstract/Notes: This study documents a Montessori teacher education program in three Nicaraguan villages. In each village, the researcher observed the implementation of a teacher education program designed by Montessori Phoenix Projects, and carried out research conversations with local participants. The data collection process spanned a period of one and one-half years. The resulting framework is designed to inform the implementation of grassroots teacher education courses serving resource-limited communities. The framework presents learning points essential for teacher education programs appropriate to childhood education within the Montessori tradition in resource-limited communities. These points include creating context, identifying breakdowns, generating possibility, and using a mimetic construct of time in curriculum development. Additionally, the results of this research offer insights for evaluation, arguments for the essential incorporation of tradition in socioeducational development, and methods in which collaboration with community members, NGOs, and educational authorities can move beyond the limitations of traditional forms of development. The works of Arendt, Gadamer, Geertz, Habermas, Herda, and Ricoeur inform the research and analysis. The research framework is comprised of the theoretical constructs of breakdowns (Arendt 1961), mimesis (Ricoeur 1984), and dissipation (Janstch 1980). Within this framework ontological resources are brought to light and serve as the progenesis to make new the old environment and bring imagined worlds of possibility to life. By converting breakdowns into new, recognizable forms through everyday language, options carrying hope for the future become visible. A critical aspect of these options involves understanding another's world. This study presents a unique model for making a difference in the lives of people who live in culturally diverse communities. Moreover, the model is not burdened by the traditional budget and personnel restraints associated with most development models. The framework presented in this dissertation may assist education reform consultants who work in developing countries and who are committed to give a voice to those people who commonly are not heard.

Language: English

Published: San Francisco, California, 2002

Article

The Prepared Adult as the Key to the Montessori Approach for Indigenous Communities of Australia

Publication: Communications (Association Montessori Internationale, 195?-2008), vol. 2006, no. 1

Pages: 21–45

Australasia, Australia, Australia and New Zealand, Indigenous communities, Indigenous peoples, Oceania

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Language: English

ISSN: 0519-0959

Article

In Support of Strong Communities

Publication: Forza Vitale!, vol. 22, no. 1

Pages: 10

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Language: English

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