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Article

Montessori in the Jungle of Panama [Ngabe-Bugle Cultural Center, Soloy]

Publication: Montessori Leadership, vol. 7, no. 1

Pages: 5–6

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Language: English

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Studi Eksposisi Pola Asuh Orang Tua Terhadap Anak Berdasarkan Ulangan 6:4-9 [Exposition Study of Parenting Patterns of Children Based on Deuteronomy 6:4-9]

Available from: Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Manado (Indonesia)

Publication: Montessori Jurnal Pendidikan Kristen Anak Usia Dini, vol. 2, no. 1

Pages: 19-35

Asia, Australasia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Fenomena yang dapat dijumpai dalam pengasuhan anak di dalam keluarga adalah adanya “mata rantai” pengasuhan yang buruk dari generasi ke generasi, yang  disebabkan karena orang tua gagal dalam mengasuh dan mendidik anak. Penelitian yang digunakan dalam penulisan ini adalah metode kualitatif studi pustaka menemukan adanya “mata rantai” tujuh kesenjangan yang terjadi pada  pengasuhan anak yang menyebabkan kegagalan orang tua dalam mengasuh dan mendidik anak. Kemudian melalui studi eksposisi berdasarkan Ulangan 6:4-9 yang mengandung prinsip pengasuhan alkitabiah, ditemukan bahwa “mata rantai” tujuh kesenjangan pengasuhan orang tua itu disebabkan karena orang tua tidak hidup dengan komitmen rohani.

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.51667/mjpkaud.v2i1.599

ISSN: 2798-6195

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All'Esposizione fu Iniziato ieri il Corso Educativo della Dottoressa Montessori [The Education Course of Dr. Montessori Started Yesterday at the Exposition]

Available from: Chronicling America (Library of Congress)

Publication: L'Italia (San Francisco, California)

Pages: 4

Americas, Montessori method of education, Montessori method of education - Teacher training, North America, Panama-Pacific International Exposition (1915, San Francisco, California), Teacher training, United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: Includes a photograph. Article Text: "La Casa dei Bambini" è stata aperta ieri nel palazzo dell'Educazione. Aperta all'infanzia, aperta alla scienza nuova, aperta alle maestre, aperta alle madri. Il bambino, questa complessa natura in formazione, questa creature racchiudente in sé il nostro passato e il nostro avvenire, è entrato nell'Esposizione con il suo buon sorriso, la sua mente vergine e il suo "io" libero per opera di una grande educatrice italiana, della dottoressa Montessori. Una folla di maestre e madri, di curiosi e di studiosi osservava da fuori della "Casa dei Bambini" la prima lezione che la signorina Helen Parkhurst impartiva a una decina di bambini. "Impartiva" non è esatto, perchè i bimbi agivano volontariamente, liberamente appena avuta una parola che stimolasse le loro attività cercando disciplinarle verso un dato concetto, un dato fatto psicologico, che è poi il primo passo verso l'acquisizione di speciali attitudini mentali e morali. E i bimbi pulivano la mobilia o si baloccavano con speciali oggetti ideati e costruiti con lo scopo di sviluppare un dato loro senso, di affinare una data loro percezione, senza coartare la lore libertà. La signora Montessori, durante la lezione, è rimesta fuori della "Casa dei Bambini", osservando con sapiente occhio materno quanto facevano i bambini. Le lezioni si svolgono dalle 9am alle 12, e i bambini che le frequentano sono una trentina. Il più piccolo ne ha quattro. Questi 30 bimbi sono stati scelti fra 2500 i cui loro genitori avevano chiesto che fossero ammessi alla "Casa dei Bambini".

Language: Italian

ISSN: 2637-5400

Article

What women have done for the great exposition

Available from: ProQuest

Publication: Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles, California)

Pages: II-11

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Abstract/Notes: EXPOSITION GROUNDS, SAN FRANCISCO, July 2.--Having watched the Participation of the women of San Francisco and the State of California in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition, I have come...

Language: English

Book

María Montessori: exposición y crítica de sus métodos de educación y enseñanza [Maria Montessori: exposition and criticism of her methods of education and teaching]

Available from: Biblioteca Digital del Patrimonio Iberoamericano

Europe, Southern Europe, Spain

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Abstract/Notes: Includes a section of blue-tone photographs at the end of the volume.

Language: Spanish

Published: Madrid, Spain: El Magisterio Español, 1915

Book

The Montessori Method: An Exposition and Criticism

Available from: Internet Archive

Americas, Canada, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., North America

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Language: English

Published: Toronto, Canada: L. K. Cameron, 1913

Series: Ontario Department of Education Bulletin , 1

Book

ABC of Geometry Teaching: An Exposition of Dr. Maria Montessori's Geometrical Pedagogy

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Language: English

Published: London, England: [s.n.], n.d.

Doctoral Dissertation

The Educational Theories of Rudolf Steiner: An Exposition of the Concepts Fundamental to Steiner's Theories and an Examination of Their Validity by Means of a Comparison with the Theories of Other Educationalists

Available from: University of Bradford

Comparative education, Rudolf Steiner - Biographic sources, Rudolf Steiner - Philosophy

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Abstract/Notes: The main thesis deals with the educational theories of Rudolf Steiner. These theories are dealt with in Parts III to VIII of the thesis. Before this, in Part 1, there occurs a brief description of the background and life of Steiner; and, in Part II, a,, philosophical discussion of the basic tenets and assumptions upon which Steiner's educational theories rest. The areas dealt with in Parts III to VIII are divided into three. The first is an exposition of Steiner's ideas; the second is a comparison and appraisal of Steiner's theories with other educationalists; the third is an examination and evaluation of some of the concepts which are fundamental to Steiner's theories. The first of these areas i. e. the exposition of Steiner's ideas, is subdivided into three: his views on the nature of the child and the'way in which the child grows and develops; methodologies of teaching; and content and curriculum. An exposition of Steiner's theories on the nature of the child and its development occurs in Part III. - This is followed, in Part IV, by an evaluation of his theories by comparing them with other educationaliits. In Part V an examination of Steiner's theories on methodologies of teaching, by considering his views of "The Temperaments", occurs; - reference and comparisons to other educationalists are made in the same section. In. Part VI descriptions of the Waldorf curriculum are given and this is followed by an evaluation at the end of the section. The evaluation examines 'a number of concepts upon which the Waldorf curriculum has bpen formulated in the context of modern day curriculum objectives, design and learning experiences. In Part VII a brief historical perspective : is obtained of Steiner's theories by comparing his views with those of Plato, Rousseau and Montessori. This perspective is placed in a modern day context in Part VIII, and is obtained by an examination of many of the concepts fundamental to Steiner's theories. This includes a detailed critique of two of the main assumptions upon which Steiner's theories of education rest; an examination of the relationship of the individual to society in an educational context; and a discussion of the nature and aims of the educational process.

Language: English

Published: Bradford, England, 1978

Doctoral Dissertation

The Feasibility of Montessorian Education in the Primary School: An Historico-Educational Exposition

Available from: University of South Africa - Institutional Repository

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Abstract/Notes: Maria Montessori's work was initiated in 1898 as a result of her becoming acutely aware of deficient children's learning patterns, while working at the Psychiatric clinic of the University of Rome. The principles which dominate the system, however, did not spring in full panoply from Montessori. Indeed, her inspiration came largely from early and mid-nineteenth century writings of two French physicians, Itard and Seguin, who were Also involved in the teaching of deficient children. Extending on the ideas of these two educator-physicians, as well as the ideas of Froebel, Montessori innovatively brought the child's senses into contact with carefully selected didactic apparatus in a carefully structured and ordered environment. According to Montessori, the liberty of the child is a prerequisite for self-education and forms the first major pillar of her didactic theory, and thus becomes the focus of the first chapter dealing with her didactic approach (chapter three). Montessori believed that the function of education was to assist growth and if the individual child was given the liberty of movement within a prepared environment, a sense of competence would be achieved and the learning of the child would come about almost spontaneously. The principles of individuality and the training of the senses comprise the other two pillars, and form the basis for chapter four and five respectively. The principle of individuality is rooted in the belief that each child has a uniqueness which cannot be ignored without irretrievable damage to his personality. The current educational situation in South Africa, reveals a diversity of educational problems as a result of different ethnic and cultural groups all being thrust into a common educational system. The insidious pressures of conformity to a single standard of education must of necessity lead to a compromise of standards. The exposure of educational deficiencies inherent in such a move is characterised by learning impediments and deficiencies in the educational scenario. Research has therefore been undertaken in an attempt to extract those aspects that could provide meaningful pedagogic assistance to meet a present educational need.

Language: English

Published: Pretoria, South Africa, 1994

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