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Maria Montessori, la storia della terra e le scienze della natura

Publication: Didattica delle scienze e informatica nella scuola, vol. 23, no. 133

Pages: 43-45

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 0419-1218

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Il Convegno milanese sui Metodi del 1911: uno ‘snodo’ nella storia della diffusione del Metodo Montessori / The Milan 1911 Conference on Methods: A ‘Node’ in the History of Diffusion of the Montessori Method

Available from: Rivista di Storia dell’Educazione

Publication: Rivista di Storia dell’Educazione, vol. 8, no. 2

Pages: 37-48

Conferences, Europe, Italy, Montessori method of education, Società Umanitaria (The Humanitarian Society), Southern Europe

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Abstract/Notes: This contribution is a first attempt to look at a step of the history of the diffusion of the Montessori method in Italy. It looks at a phase between 1910 and 1911, strictly connected to the evolution of Maria Montessori’s relationships with members of secular and radical-masonic elites. In particular, in April 1911 an important conference – For an Italian Method in Kindergartens – was organised in Milan: it represented the zenith of the debate on childhood pedagogy, nurtured by the experiences (within the Froebelian approach) of Agazzi and Montessori methods of education. Originally organized – probably – to promote the knowledge and diffusion of the Montessori method, the conference – in parallel with the breakup of Montessori’s relationship with the radical political movements close to the pedagogist Luigi Credaro – then took another direction, leading subsequently to very different results from the desired ones. 

Language: Italian

DOI: 10.36253/rse-10376

ISSN: 2532-2818

Book Section

L'antropologia pedagogica nella Montessori e la soluzione chirodinamica del problema della concentrazione mentale del fanciullo

Book Title: Maria Montessori e il pensiero pedagogico contemporaneo [Maria Montessori and contemporary pedagogical thought]

Pages: 333-340

Conferences, International Montessori Congress (11th, Rome, Italy, 26-28 September 1957)

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Abstract/Notes: Included in the appendix.

Language: Italian

Published: Roma, Italy: Vita dell'infanzia, 1959

Article

Il Congresso Montessori a Oakland: Il metodo educativo della Dr. Montessori discusso ed esaltato dagli insegnanti americani - L'opera della grande educatrice e i suoi frutti

Available from: California Digital Newspaper Collection

Publication: L'Italia (San Francisco, California)

Pages: 4

Americas, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, Montessori Congress (Oakland, California, 1915), North America, United States of America

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 2637-5400

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Deconstructing the Positive Behavioral Support Model and Replacing It with the Neo-Montessori Constructivist Intervention Model, or How Montessori Changed My Cold Data Driven Heart

Available from: Wright State University Libraries

Publication: Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education, vol. 3, no. 3

Children with disabilities, Inclusive education, People with disabilities

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Abstract/Notes: Positive behavioral supports (PBS) and the development of behaviorally oriented planning has become a ubiquitous paradigm in American schools. It is the preferred model for addressing behavioral issues with children as a means of preventing special education identification and placement. The effectiveness of this model has been well documented in peer-reviewed journals and shows an ability to change behaviors and improve academic achievement as measured by empirically designed assessments. However, the measurement of intellectual, moral and behavioral autonomy is seldom measured. Also, researchers from one perspective (Applied Behavioral Analysis) preclude other theoretical perspectives, to create the bulk of the evidence proving the usefulness of PBS as a viable model. It is the purpose of this paper to describe and support the contention that it is the concept of autonomy that is essential in measuring the success of behaviorally related interventions. This goal will be attained by deconstructing the PBS model. Further, it is an additional contention addressed in this paper that various Montessori methods and the theory’s fundamental theoretical concepts do a better job of addressing authentic change and the development of autonomy. This will result in internalized behaviors that behaviorally oriented methods can never demonstrate. A new theoretical model will be presented to illustrate the incorporation of autonomy into the rubric of successful behaviorally related interventions.

Language: English

ISSN: 1545-0473

Book

Atti del Comitato ordinatore del 2. Congresso pedagogico italiano: Napoli, 1899-1901

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Language: Italian

Published: Napoli, Italy: Tip. Angelo Trani, 1902

Archival Material Or Collection

Box 11, Folder 47 - Manuscript Fragments, n.d. - "The Model Altar and its Appearances" / "Lesson with a model altar- second example"

Available from: Seattle University

Edwin Mortimer Standing - Biographic sources, Edwin Mortimer Standing - Writings

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Language: English

Archive: Seattle University, Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons, Special Collections

Attualità della pedagogia e della didattica montessoriane: esperienze di una scuola materna

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Language: Italian

Published: Salerno, Italy, 1992

Article

La pace, un capitolo della storia della pedagogia

Publication: Cultura e educazione, no. 5-6

Pages: 45-54

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Language: Italian

ISSN: 1125-8519

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La persistenza del movimento montessoriano / La persistencia del movimiento Montessori / The Persistence of the Montessori Movement

Available from: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

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

Pages: 35-48

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Abstract/Notes: La storia del movimento montessoriano comincia in Italia con l’apertura della prima “Casa dei bambini” nel quartiere popolare di San Lorenzo a Roma. Maria Montessori ha raccontato la storia delle prime scuole che applicarono il suo metodo nei libri che hanno reso celebre il nome Montessori in molti paesi del mondo. Molto resta ancora da studiare nella storia del movimento montessoriano successiva alla morte della sua fondatrice. Anche le prime case dei bambini di Roma furono trasformate negli anni del regime fascista, chiuse e riaperte dopo la fine del regime. La vita stessa di Maria Montessori è stata ampiamente studiata, ma alcuni periodi della sua vita possono essere ancora approfonditi. La proposta educativa sulla quale il metodo Montessori è basato è stata arricchita nel corso del tempo; oggi le ricerche di Angeline S. Lillard hanno aggiornato la teoria dell’educazione montessoriana con importanti riferimenti alla psicologia dell’età evolutiva contemporanea. Lo studio della pedagogia Montessori richiede oggi una conoscenza approfondita del contesto storico di un secolo fa e della vita di Maria Montessori. La conoscenza adeguata della psicologia del bambino è fondamentale per l’uso efficace del metodo e dei materiali. Ciascun bambino è diverso e ha bisogno di insegnanti che conoscano adeguatamente i principi e i valori che orientano l’attività delle case dei bambini; l’applicazione del metodo deve essere legata allo stile educativo democratico e aperto che Maria Montessori ha posto alla base della sua teoria dell’educazione. / evolutiva contemporanea. Lo studio della pedagogia Montessori richiede oggi una conoscenza approfondita del contesto storico di un secolo fa e della vita di Maria Montessori. La conoscenza adeguata della psicologia del bambino è fondamentale per l’uso efficace del metodo e dei materiali. Ciascun bambino è diverso e ha bisogno di insegnanti che conoscano adeguatamente i principi e i valori che orientano l’attività delle case dei bambini; l’applicazione del metodo deve essere legata allo stile educativo democratico e aperto che Maria Montessori ha posto alla base della sua teoria dell’educazione. Montessori con importantes referencias a la psicología evolutiva contemporánea. El estudio actual de la pedagogía Montessori requiere de un profundo conocimiento del contexto histórico de hace un siglo y de la vida de María Montessori. El conocimiento adecuado de la psicología infantil es fundamental para el uso eficaz del método y los materiales. Cada niño es diferente y necesita de maestros que conozcan adecuadamente los principios y valores que orientan la actividaded de las “Casa dei Bambini”; la aplicación del método debe estar asociada con el estilo educativo democrático y abierto que Maria Montessori puso en la base de su teoría de la educación. / The history of the Montessori Movement began in Italy with the opening of the first children’s home in the popular area of San Lorenzo in Rome. Maria Montessori told the story of the first schools which applied her method in the books that have made famous her name in many countries around the world. Much remains to be studied in the history of the Montessori Movement after the death of its founder. Even the first houses of the children in Rome ceased their activities during the years of the fascist regime and reopened after the end of the regime. The life of Maria Montessori has been extensively studied, but some periods of her life may be further studied. The educational proposal on which the Montessori method is based has been enriched in the course of time; today, Angeline S. Lillard’s researches have updated the Montessori educational theory with important references to contemporary developmental psychology. The study of Montessori pedagogy today would require a thorough understanding of the historical context of a century ago and of the life of Maria Montessori herself. Adequate knowledge of child psychology is fundamental to the effective use of the method and materials; each child is different and needs teachers who know adequately the principles and values that guide the activities of the children’s homes; the application of the method must be linked to the democratic and open educational style that Maria Montessori made the basis of her theory of education.

Language: Italian

ISSN: 2255-0666

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