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Materiale didattico per l'educazione religiosa secondo i principi montessoriani: il Battesimo, la Cresima, la Penitenza, il Vangelo

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Language: Italian

Published: Roma: Ed. Paoline, 1964

Article

Il materiale didattico

Publication: Vita dell'Infanzia (Opera Nazionale Montessori), vol. 23, no. 4

Pages: 23-24

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 0042-7241

Article

Tecnologie educative e materiale didattico

Publication: Vita dell'Infanzia (Opera Nazionale Montessori), vol. 34, no. 6

Pages: 27-29

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 0042-7241

Article

Materiale didattico per il metodo Montessori

Publication: Vita dell'Infanzia (Opera Nazionale Montessori), vol. 5, no. 1

Pages: 29

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 0042-7241

Article

Sofia Cavalletti e Gianna Gobbi, Materiale didattico per l'educazione religiosa secondo i principi montessoriani: il Battesimo, la Cresima, la Penitenza, il Vangelo [review]

Publication: Vita dell'Infanzia (Opera Nazionale Montessori), vol. 13, no. 3

Pages: 30-31

Book reviews

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 0042-7241

Patent

Materiale didattico per l'istruzione dei bambini

Maria Montessori - Writings

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Abstract/Notes: The present invention relates to educational material for the education of children. Said material is illustrated, by way of example, in the accompanying drawing from figs. 1-10; it consists of: a) of letters of the alphabet cut from sheets of emory paper, applied on wooden tablets covered with smooth paper, partly by sun (fig. 1 and 2) and partly several together (fig. 5 and 6) and also by letters cut from sheets of smooth paper. These last letters are in different and loose colors, that is to say, not applied on tablets, and are only glued to the lower part over a transversal strip of white paper (fig. 3 and 4); b) of boxes with joints made on their bottom (fig. 7) representing geometrical figures and flowers, and solids with contours corresponding to said hollowed figures (fig. 8); c) of three sizes of cubic, cylindrical and prismatic solids (fig. 9 and 10), the second and third sizes of the cubes having the sides equal to the double and triple of the first size, while the respective sizes of the cylinders are of double and triple height and those of double and quadruple length rules. The height of the letters of the alphabet preferably ranges from eight to five centimeters, dimensions that are reduced to four centimeters or even less as children make progress. The material of the loose letters has different colors in order to better strike the senses of the children, and the strips of paper, fixed behind the loose letters, serve as guides for the regular placement of the letter itself. The said didactic material, and especially the letters of the alphabet, upper and lower case, generally in more exemplary, is kept in special filing cabinets that can be made of cardboard or other suitable material, filing cabinets not shown in the drawings, because besides being easy to understand , are not part of the invention. As far as the interlocking figures are concerned, it should be noted that the joints, as well as the filling solids, are preferably of the same color to accustom the visual sense of children to the recognition of said shapes. The teaching material shown in the drawing is used in teaching all children preferably in the following way: We start with the solid prismatic rules, which are given to the children, who, following their edges, determine their shape. From the prismatic solids we pass to the cylinders and to the cubes, then to the joints and finally to the letters of the alphabet (fig. 10, 9, 8, 7, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6).

Language: Italian

Date of issue: 1910-11-16

Tempi e modalità della messa a punto da parte della Montessori del materiale sensoriale e didattico

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Language: Italian

Published: Torino, Italy, 1996

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Materiales sensoriales Montessori en el desarrollo de la noción de seriación en infantes de cinco años [Sensory materials Montessori in the development of the notion of seriation in infants of five years]

Available from: Universidad César Vallejo

Publication: Eduser. Revista Científica de Educación, vol. 5, no. 1

Americas, Latin America and the Caribbean, Montessori materials, Montessori method of education, Peru, Sensorial materials, South America

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Abstract/Notes: El objetivo de la presente investigación determinar la influencia de los materiales sensoriales Montessori en el desarrollo de la noción de seriación en infantes de cinco años de una institución educativa de Comas, 2016; diseño experimental de tipo cuasi-experimental, de corte longitudinal, con una población de 50 infantes, la información fue obtenida mediante la administración individualizada de una escala valorativa con respuestas de tipo Likert, para el análisis de datos se utilizó el programa estadístico SPSS versión 22. A partir de los resultados obtenidos se encontró que los materiales Montessori favorecen el desarrollo de la noción de seriación en infantes de cinco años. [The objective of the present investigation was to determine the influence of the sensory materials Montessori in the development of the notion of seriation in infants of five years of an educational institution of Comas, 2016; Experimental design of quasi-experimental type, of longitudinal cut, with a population of 50 infants, the information was obtained by means of the individualized administration of a valuation scale with Likert-type responses, for the analysis of data the statistical program SPSS version 22 was used From the results obtained it was found that the Montessori materials favor the development of the notion of seriation in infants of five years.]

Language: Spanish

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I materiali sensoriali Montessori oltre le aule scolastiche / Los materiales sensoriales Montessori más allá del aula / Montessori sensorial materials beyond classrooms

Available from: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

Publication: RELAdEI (Revista Latinoamericana de Educación Infantil), vol. 3, no. 3

Pages: 127-146

Autism in children, Children with disabilities, People with disabilities

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Abstract/Notes: Quest’articolo descrive due esperienze molto diverse effettuate in Italia. La prima riguarda l’introduzione di un laboratorio basato sull’uso dei materiali sensoriali Montessori all’Università dell’Immagine di Milano, fondata dal fotografo Fabrizio Ferri, che offriva a creativi di varia provenienza professionale e geografica una formazione post-secondaria biennale, organizzata incinque laboratori, ciascuno dedicato a uno dei cinque sensi, condotto da un docente responsabile. Quello da me condotto aveva il titolo: “Angolo del ristoro sensoriale” ed era trasversale agli altri cinque. La seconda riguarda invece l’utilizzazione di incastri solidi, torre rosa e scala marrone, nel percorso rieducativo di una ragazza di vent’anni, affetta da grave ritardo mentale con tratti autistici. In entrambi i casi i risultati sono stati molto positivi. Nel primo, la percezione sensoriale degli studenti dell’Università dell’Immagine, si è raffinata e perfezionata.Nel secondo, il caso di ritardo mentale con tratti autistici, ha suscitato nella ragazza un interesse che si è esteso all’ambiente esterno e alle persone che interagivano con lei. Ha inoltre migliorato la manualità fine, rendendo più efficaci le indicazioni per svolgere correttamente le mansioni della vita quotidiana nella propria casa, in cui in precedenza aveva scarsissima autonomia. Con lei il percorso Montessori è iniziato in uno studio di musicoterapia e ha interagito con quelle sedute, per proseguire poi a casa sua, con varie attività di vita pratica, volte a migliorare il coordinamento del corpo nello spazio, il coordinamento oculomanuale, i movimenti raffinati delle dita e la discriminazione visiva. Queste attività hanno fatto progredire molto la sua autonomia. / En este trabajo se describen dos experiencias llevadas a cabo en Italia: la introducción de un laboratorio para el uso de los materiales sensoriales Montessori en la Universidad de la Imagen de Milán (UI) que ofrecía a los “creativos” de diversas procedencias profesionales y geográficas la formación postsecundaria según un programa experimental de dos años, organizado en cinco laboratorios, cada uno dedicado a uno de los cinco sentidos. El que yo dirigí se titulaba “Rincón de descanso sensorial” y fue trasversal a los otros cinco. Se denominaba: “Rincón de descanso sensorial” y fue transversal a los otros cinco. El segundo se refiere al uso de encajes sólidos, torre rosa y escalera marrón, en la rehabilitación de una chica de veintiún años, que sufría un retraso mental severo con rasgos autistas. En ambos casos los resultados fueron muy positivos: las percepciones sensoriales de los estudiantes de la UI se han afinado y perfeccionado; la introducción de los materiales en la rehabilitación sensorial de la chica ha despertado un interés que se ha extendido al entorno externo y a las personas que interactuaban con ella. También ha mejorado los movimientos finos de los dedos, lo cual le facilita llevar a cabo las tareas de la vida cotidiana, en la que antes tenían muy poca autonomía. Con ella el proceso Montessori comenzó en un estudio de musicoterapia, para seguir a continuación en su casa, con varias actividades de la vida práctica, para mejorar la coordinación del cuerpo en el espacio, la coordinación óculo-manual, la motricidad de los dedos y la discriminación visual. Estas actividades han mejorado su autonomía. / This paper deals with two different experiences carried out in Italy. The first concerns a Sensorial Materials workshop, which I directed in Milano at the University of Image (UI) founded by photographer Fabrizio Ferri. UI offered a post-secondary education to creative professionals, from various backgrounds and geographical areas, according to a two-year experimental program, organized in five workshops, each of them dedicated to one of the five senses and directed by a professional of the field. My workshop title was: “The corner of sensory relief” and interacted with the other five. The second relates to the use of solid insets, pink tower and brown stairs for the rehabilitation of a twenty-one years-old girl, who suffered from severe mental retardation with some autistic features. In both cases the results were very positive. In the first one, the sensory perceptions of UI students have been refined and perfected; in the second, the girl affected by mental retardation showed a great interest in the above-quoted materials. The girl has spread her interest to external environment and to the people who interacted with her. The fine movements of her fingers were also enhanced, allowing her to perform various tasks in her daily life, which previously she was unable to carry out. Her Montessori rehabilitation began during some music therapy sessions. Then it was carried out at home, where various Practical life activities were introduced. Thanks to them she improved her body coordination in space, her eye-hand coordination and visual discrimination. These activities strengthen considerably her autonomy

Language: Italian

ISSN: 2255-0666

Uso de materiales sensoriales Montessori para desarrollar la noción de seriación en infantes de 5 años de la institución Educativa San José la Pascana, COMAS - 2016

Available from: Universidad César Vallejo - Institutional Repository

Americas, Child development, Latin America and the Caribbean, Montessori materials, Montessori method of education, Peru, Sensorial materials, South America

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Abstract/Notes: La presente investigación tuvo por objetivo determinar la influencia de los materiales sensoriales Montessori para desarrollar la noción de seriación en infantes de 5 años de la Institución Educativa San José La Pascana, Comas - 2016, el tipo de investigación fue aplicada con un diseño específico cuasiexperimental con grupos intactos (Grupo Experimental y Grupo de Control). La población estuvo conformada por 50 infantes, de los cuales estuvieron distribuidos en un Grupo de Control (aula Naranja) de 25 infantes y un Grupo Experimental (aula Celeste) de 25 infantes, la muestra fue de tipo censal debido a que se trabajó con toda la población. Asimismo, para el recojo de la información se empleó la técnica de la observación y como instrumento se utilizó la escala de tipo Likert, el cual constó de 20 ítems que permitieron medir los niveles que transitan los infantes en la noción de seriación, a su vez en el análisis descriptivo se utilizó el software IBM SPSS versión 22, el cual permitió obtener resultados confiables con las tablas de frecuencias y figuras en barra, con respecto al análisis inferencial nos permitió contrastar las hipótesis con los diagramas de cajas y bigotes. A través del estudio realizado se pudo evidenciar que después de aplicar el programa, el 84% de los infantes alcanzó un nivel de logro en el desarrollo de la noción de seriación. Por tanto, se concluyó que el uso de materiales sensoriales Montessori mejoró significativamente en el desarrollo de la noción de seriación en infantes de 5 años de la Institución Educativa San José la Pascana, Comas - 2016. [The present research aimed to determine the influence of Montessori sensory materials to develop the notion of seriation in 5-year-old infants of the San José La Pascana Educational Institution, Comas - 2016, the type of research was applied with a specific quasi-experimental design with intact groups (Experimental Group and Control Group). The population consisted of 50 infants, of which they were distributed in a Control Group (Orange classroom) of 25 infants and an Experimental Group (Celeste classroom) of 25 infants, the sample was of a census type due to the fact that all the population. Likewise, to collect the information, the observation technique was used and the Likert-type scale was used as an instrument, which consisted of 20 items that allowed to measure the levels that infants travel in the notion of seriation, in turn, in the descriptive analysis, the IBM SPSS version 22 software was used, which allowed obtaining reliable results with the tables of frequencies and figures In bar, with respect to the inferential analysis, it allowed us to contrast the hypotheses with the box-and-whisker diagrams. Through the study carried out, it was possible to show that after applying the program, 84% of the infants reached a level of achievement in the development of the notion of seriation. Therefore, it was concluded that the use of Montessori sensory materials significantly improved the development of the notion of seriation in 5-year-old infants of the San José la Pascana Educational Institution, Comas - 2016.]

Language: Spanish

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