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Montessori incontra... Intrecci pedagogici tra scuola montessoriana e didattiche non tradizionali / Montessori meets... Pedagogical interweaving between Montessori school and non-traditional teaching

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Abstract/Notes: E se Maria Montessori fosse vissuta ancora nei decenni passati dalla sua morte a oggi? Avrebbe verosimilmente incontrato don Milani, Mario Lodi, Rodari, Bortolato, Malaguzzi, Rosenberg, la Pedagogia del bosco, l’Apprendimento cooperativo, l’Educazione diffusa, le Scuole Senza Zaino. E, viceversa, senza Maria Montessori, quante di queste esperienze non sarebbero ciò che sono? In dieci diversi dialoghi viene proposto in questo volume un dizionario pedagogico di incontri e di temi significativi, fraternità pedagogiche evidenti e suggestive. Sono incontri che Montessori non ha mai vissuto personalmente, ma che possiamo provare a immaginare trasformandoli non solo in riflessione educativa e didattica ma anche in pratica quotidiana. Percorsi possibili di apprendimento e di sviluppo, spunti operativi per raccontare come l’incontro pedagogico possa essere declinato nel fare scuola, affidato alla professionalità di docenti che, appassionati al metodo Montessori, abbiano il desiderio e la capacità di farlo vivere nel presente, senza timore che la contaminazione possa voler dire snaturare l’essenza e il valore del metodo.

Language: Italian

Published: Trento, Italy: Erickson, 2018

ISBN: 978-88-590-1642-7

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Montessori per i piccoli da 0 a 3 anni / Montessori para niños de 0 a 3 años / Montessori for babies from 0 to 3 years

Available from: Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (Spain)

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

Pages: 67-73

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Abstract/Notes: En el movimiento Montessori hay un área específica en el niño y la primera infancia, que en sus orígenes y en su investigación es poco conocido incluso en el interior. La más pequeña, la palabra-no (los bebés, de hecho) están en todas partes infravalorados. Es difícil de morir el prejuicio de que son poco más que un tracto digestivo o una fuente de incomodidad, de caprichos incomprensibles y exige que los padres modernos son cada vez menos dispuestos a cumplir. Montessori lugar ya a principios del siglo XX se ha puesto de manifiesto la riqueza de los recién nacidos, y el extraordinario potencial de auto-propietaria, la recepción sensorial aguda, no postergar la necesidad de estabilidad, continuidad en los informes y los ritmos diarios: ternura y calma, calidez y capacidad de agarrar, señalando con respecto a sus reacciones, necesidades que a menudo, aunque similar a otros compañeros, se revela como absolutamente personal.

Language: Italian

ISSN: 2255-0666

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Implementasi Metode Islamic Montessori dalam Mengembangkan Sosial Emosional Anak Usia Dini [Implementation of the Islamic Montessori Method in Developing Social Emotional Early Childhood]

Available from: Jurnal Pendidikan Tambusai

Publication: Jurnal Pendidikan Tambusai: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Pahlawan, vol. 7, no. 2

Pages: 3918-3928

Asia, Australasia, Early childhood care and education, Islamic education, Indonesia, Islamic Montessori method of education, Islamic education, Montessori method of education, Social development, Social emotional learning, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Penelitian ini dilatar belakangi oleh peserta didik yang perkembagan sosial emosionalnya kurang optimal. Hal ini terlihat pada jam pembelajaran ada sebagian anak tidak mau antri ketika berwudhu, tidak menjaga kebersihan kelas, dan hubungan dengan teman yang tidak solid. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menjelaskan implementasi metode Islamic Montessori  dalam mengembangkan sosial emosional anak usia dini melalui kegiatan practical life di TK IT Mutiara kecamatan Pariaman Tengah Kota Pariaman. Metode penelitian ini adalah penelitian deskriptif kualitatif. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa penerapan metode Islamic Montessori  dalam mengembangkan sosial emosional anak usia dini melalui kegiatan practical life di TK IT Mutiara sudah dilakukan mulai dari perencanaan pembelajaran, pelaksanaan, dan evaluasi pembelajaran. Lingkungan sangat berperan dalam membentuk dan mengoptimalkan perkembangan sosial emosonal anak usia dini. / This research is motivated by students whose social emotional development is not optimal. This can be seen in the learning hours where some children do not want to stand in line for ablution, do not keep the classroom clean, and do not have a solid relationship with friends. This study aims to explain the implementation of the Islamic Montessori method in developing social-emotional early childhood through Practical Life activities at IT Mutiara Kindergarten, Central Pariaman District, Pariaman City. This research method is a qualitative descriptive research. The results showed that the application of the Islamic Montessori method in developing Social Emotional Early Childhood through Practical Life activities at IT Mutiara Kindergarten had been carried out starting from lesson planning, implementation, and learning evaluation. The environment plays a very important role in shaping and optimizing the social-emotional development of early childhood.

Language: Indonesian

ISSN: 2614-3097, 2614-6754

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Islamic Religion Through Islamic Montessori Learning: A Curriculum Development for Early Childhood

Available from: HIKMATUNA - Iain Pekalongan

Publication: HIKMATUNA: Journal for Integrative Islamic Studies, vol. 8, no. 1

Pages: 55-63

Asia, Australasia, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Indonesia, Islamic Montessori method of education, Islamic education, Montessori method of education, Religious education, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: This study aims to describe the inculcation of Islamic religious values ​​for early childhood through the Montessori method. The method initiated by Maria Montessori, Italy has its own challenges due to the different years and places. This research was conducted in a kindergarten with an Islamic Montessori curriculum in Yogyakarta. The method in this research is qualitative analysis with data sources from observation and in-depth interviews with informants. The results of this study indicate that the cultivation of Islamic religious values ​​is carried out in the Montessori learning process. The learning curriculum indirectly contributes to the model of inculcating Islamic values. The form of Islamic religious values ​​is instilled with habituation, collaborative lectures with fun activities for children, and in the provision of teaching materials and food served to children. This method was successfully implemented in kindergarten with the expected results. In addition, Montessori learning does not experience difficulties and is very easy to use to apply Islamic religious values ​​even though they are initiated from different places and distances.

Language: English

ISSN: 2503-3042

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A Renaissance for Islamic Education: Al-Hidayah Islamic Pre-school Centre in Malaysia

Available from: JSTOR

Publication: Islamic Studies, vol. 33, no. 1

Pages: 83-95

Asia, Australasia, Malaysia, Religious education, Religious education, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Malaysia is a country with approximately 53% Muslims. The rest of the population belong to different religions like Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism and Taoism. Due to religious and ethnic pluralism and a cultural antagonism inside the society, the Muslims have been virtually forced to adopt alternative thinking and to make new experiments in order to keep in line with the Chinese. Malaysia is, in an Islamic context, an interesting country. In the rural areas where the Malay population is in majority, syncre tic religious practices such as Muslim Shamanism, magic and healing are still common.1 Urban areas, on the other hand, are marked by a more intellectual approach towards Islam, due partially to the great number of Muslim students who pursue their post-graduate studies overseas. The Chinese form the economically strongest group in Malaysia, and have thus tended to be in control of the private schools with the highest intellectual levels. The establishment of private schools is growing and competition is strong to get students. Many Malays from the upper strata of society have therefore sent their children to schools run by Chinese...

Language: English

ISSN: 0578-8072

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Efektivitas Metode Islamic Montessori dalam Mengembangkan Kecerdasan Interpersonal Anak [The Effectiveness of the Islamic Montessori Method in Developing Children's Interpersonal Intelligence]

Available from: Jurnal Obsesi

Publication: Jurnal Obsesi: Jurnal Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini [Journal of Obsession: Journal of Early Childhood Education], vol. 6, no. 4

Pages: 3739-3758

Asia, Australasia, Indonesia, Islamic Montessori method of education, Islamic education, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., Religious education, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Meningkatnya amoral, asosial, antisosial dan melemahnya sopan santun anak sangat disadari dan menjadi keprihatinan dalam dunia pendidikan. Di sisi lain pendidikan di Indonesia masih menitikberatkan pada aspek kognitif sehingga mengakibatkan kecerdasan interpersonal anak kurang berkembang secara optimal. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui efektifitas metode Islamic Montessori dalam mengembangkan kecerdasan interpersonal anak. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan mix-method dengan model exploratory sequential design . Peneliti menggunakan teknik observasi, wawancara dan angket dalam bentuk Skala Likert dan TCR dengan jumlah sampel sebanyak 20 responden. Berdasarkan data yang diperoleh, tingkat efektifitas metode Islamic Montessori dalam mengembangkan kecerdasan interpersonal anak dalam kategori sangat baik. Sedangkan Implementasi metode Islamic Montessori dalam mengembangkan kecerdasan interpersonal anak dilakukan melalui pembelajaran practical life dengan menyelipkan pengetahuan Islam, pembiasaan mengambil, mengembalikan dan membereskan material Montessori , penggunaan alas kerja dan menyimak praktik kerja guru serta menawarkan bantuan saat anak sedang mengeksplorasi material Montessori. [The increase in immoral, asocial, antisocial and the weakening of children's manners is very much recognized and a concern in the world of education. On the other hand, education in Indonesia still focuses on cognitive aspects, resulting in children's interpersonal intelligence developing less optimally. This study aims to determine the effectiveness of the Islamic Montessori method in developing children's interpersonal intelligence. This study uses a mix-method approach with an exploratory sequential design model . Researchers used observation, interviews and questionnaires in the form of a Likert Scale and TCR with a total sample of 20 respondents. Based on the data obtained, the level of effectiveness of the methodIslamic Montessori in developing children's interpersonal intelligence is in the very good category. While the implementation of the Islamic Montessori method in developing children's interpersonal intelligence is carried out through practical life learning by inserting Islamic knowledge, the habit of taking, returning and tidying up Montessori materials , using work mats and listening to teacher work practices and offering assistance when children are exploring Montessori materials.]

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.31004/obsesi.v6i4.2375

ISSN: 2549-8959

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Criticizing Montessori's Method of Early Childhood Education using Islamic Psychology Perspective

Available from: Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung (Indonesia)

Publication: Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, vol. 5, no. 2

Pages: 133-148

Montessori method of education

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Abstract/Notes: This study examined critically Montessori’s concepts on early childhood education through Islamic Psychology perspective. This research used qualitative methodology with a literature approach. The results showed that (1) Montessori’s method pays more attention to the cognitive aspect of children development while children potential doesn’t only consist of cognitive, affective, and psycho-motoric aspects, but also spiritual one; (2) Reinforcement are not needed in Montessori’s method, while in Islamic Psychology, rewards can increase children's learning and punishment is needed to make children become disciplined in carrying out the rules; (3) Learning environment should be structured, in order, realistic and natural. This concept is suitable for upper class educational institutions but it would be difficult for middle-low income groups since the materials required by Montessori’s method is expensive enough. (4) Parents and teachers are required to become observers and interpreters. This role may pose problem on the part of parents and teachers since not all parents and teachers have criteria to act as is it expected by Montessori’s method.

Language: English

DOI: 10.15575/jpi.v5i2.5835

ISSN: 2460-8149

Doctoral Dissertation

A Comparison of Academic Achievement of Students Taught by the Montessori Method and by Traditional Methods of Instruction in the Elementary Grades

Available from: ProQuest - Dissertations and Theses

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Abstract/Notes: The problem of this study was to determine if there is a significant difference between the academic achievement scores of students in grades 2 through 5 who are taught with the Montessori method of instruction and those students who are taught with traditional methods of instruction in the Helena Public Schools. Analyses used a two-way ANOVA; method and gender as well as method and aptitude were examined. The level of significance was set at alpha =.05. A matching technique was used to match Montessori students with students from traditional classrooms by the independent variables of grade, aptitude, gender, socioeconomic conditions, and handicapping conditions. The study also examined if there was a significant difference between the aptitude of all students in Montessori classrooms and all students in traditional classrooms. The population studied was second, third, fourth, and fifth grade students during the spring of 1996. A total of 120 students was used in the study of academic achievement. There were 145 F-tests conducted in this study. At the second grade level, students from traditional classrooms scored significantly higher than students in Montessori classrooms in mathematics computation and mathematics concepts and applications. Also at the second grade, when aptitude was taken into consideration, Montessori low aptitude students scored significantly higher in vocabulary than low aptitude students in traditional classrooms. There were no significant findings in any of the subtests at the third and fourth grade levels. At the fifth grade level, Montessori students scored significantly higher in language expression and social studies. Interaction was found with aptitude in language expression and with gender in science. A comparison of the aptitude of all Montessori students to all students from traditional classrooms revealed that Montessori students scored significantly higher. The overall results of this study show that the Montessori method of instruction and the traditional method of instruction provide students with comparable achievement test scores. A longitudinal study is recommended to examine the long-term effects of academic achievement of those students taught by the Montessori method of instruction.

Language: English

Published: Bozeman, Montana, 1997

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Is the Montessori Method to be Introduced Into Irish Schools? III: Origins and General Processes of the Method

Available from: Google Books

Publication: Irish Monthly, vol. 52, no. 611

Pages: 236-243

Europe, Ireland, Northern Europe

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Language: English

ISSN: 2009-2113

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Mario Casotti, Il metodo Montessori e il metodo Agazzi [The Montessori Method and the Agazzi Method] (Book Review)

Available from: Université Caen Normandie

Publication: Pour l'ère nouvelle: revue internationale d'èducation nouvelle, vol. 13, no. 99

Pages: 187-188

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Abstract/Notes: book review

Language: French

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