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Sự thật về ba năm đầu đời của trẻ [Understanding the Human Being: The Importance of the First Three Years of Life]

Child development, Early childhood education, Infants, Parent and child, Silvana Quattrocchi Montanaro - Writings, Toddlers

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Abstract/Notes: Originally published in 1987 in Italian as, "Un Essere Umano".

Language: Vietnamese

Published: Hanoi, Vietnam: Nhà xuất bản Thế giới, 2017

ISBN: 978-604-77-3133-6 604-77-3133-3

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Der Aufbau der kindlichen Persönlichkeit in den Entwicklungslehren von Maria Montessori und Rudolf Steiner [The development of the child's personality according to the theories of Maria Montessori and Rudolf Steiner]

Available from: peDOCS.de

Publication: Zeitschrift für Pädagogik, vol. 30, no. 5

Pages: 633-645

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Abstract/Notes: Der Beitrag befaßt sich mit der vergleichenden Analyse und Rekonstruktion der Auffassungen Maria Montessoris und Rudolf Steiners zum Aufbau und zur Entwicklung der kindlichen Persönlichkeit. Zunächst werden die jeweiligen menschenkundlichen Vorannahmen ihrer Entwicklungslehren umrissen. Sodann werden die grundlegenden Elemente und Strukturvoraussetzungen des Persönlichkeitsaufbaus dargestellt und Verbindungen zur entwicklungs- und sozialisationstheoretischen Diskussion hergestellt. Der Vergleich zeigt, daß Steiner und Montessori beide ganzheitliche Ansätze postulieren, in ihren Konzepten aber sehr unterschiedliche, in einzelnen Punkten einander ergänzende Aspekte des Persönlichkeitsaufbaus betonen, die sie zur Begründung ihrer pädagogischen Praxis heranziehen. (DIPF/Orig.)

Language: German

DOI: 10.25656/01:14306

ISSN: 0044-3247

Book Section

The Aims of the Social Party of the Child

Book Title: Citizen of the World: Key Montessori Readings

Pages: 63-64

Children, Children's rights, Maria Montessori - Speeches, addresses, etc., Maria Montessori - Writings

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Language: English

Published: Amsterdam, The Netherlands: Montessori Pierson Publishing Company, 2019

ISBN: 978-90-79506-44-6

Series: The Montessori Series , 14

Master's Thesis

The Impact of Role-Play on the Self-Regulation of Preschoolers Following the COVID-19 Pandemic

Available from: St. Catherine University

Action research, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc.

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Abstract/Notes: This Action Research Project examined the impact of role-play on preschoolers’ self-regulation development in a Montessori primary classroom. The class consisted of 18 students; ages 3-5 years old. Four of the nine students in the intervention had delays, disruptions, or modifications to their Montessori experience, possibly due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Role-play scenarios were performed by the students for four weeks. The results show that role-play positively impacted self-regulation in the primary classroom. The average percentage of self-regulated behaviors increased by 28.5% from the pre-intervention week through the last intervention week. Modeling of self-regulated behaviors increased, and modeling of dysregulated behaviors decreased during the intervention. Role-play is a fun and engaging way to help young children learn, practice, and model self-regulated behaviors in the classroom.

Language: English

Published: St. Paul, Minnesota, 2023

Article

Isolating the Difficulty: Questions from the Field [Younger children in the class]

Publication: Point of Interest, vol. 3, no. 2

Pages: 5

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Language: English

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Kontribusi Literasi Berbasis Pendekatan Montessori terhadap Karakter Rasa Ingin Tahu Anak Usia 7 Tahun [The Contribution of Literacy Based on the Montessori Approach to the Curiosity Character of 7 Year Old Children]

Available from: Gedung A Universitas Abulyatama

Publication: Jurnal Dedikasi Pendidikan, vol. 7, no. 1

Pages: 187-200

Asia, Australasia, Curiosity in children, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Indonesia, Montessori method of education, Primary education, Primary school students, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Keprihatinan terhadap rendahnya karakter rasa ingin tahu akhir-akhir ini menjadi titik berangkat penelitian ini. Mengetahui pengaruh literasi berbasis pendekatan Montessori terhadap rasa ingin tahu anak pada usia tujuh tahun menjadi tujuan penelitian ini. Untuk itu digunakan pretest posttest non equivalent group design sebagai metode penelitian.  Sebanyak 17 anak kelas IB SD Kanisius Sorowajan Yogyakarta dilibatkan sebagai sampel untuk kelompok Montessori dan 17 anak kelas IA sebagai sampel untuk kelas kontrol. Temuan penelitian memperlihatkan bahwa program literasi berbasis pendekatan Montessori berpengaruh terhadap karakter rasa ingin tahu anak. Uji statistik menunjukkan selisih skor posttest-pretest kelompok Montessori (M = 1,0229, SE = 0,15003) lebih tinggi dari kelompok kontrol (M = 0,0076, SE = 0,03251). Perbedaannya signifikan dengan t(17,499) = 6,614 dan p = 0,000 (p < 0,05). Besar pengaruh yang didapatkan adalah r = 0,8451 yang termasuk kategori “efek besar” yang setara dengan 71,43%. Uji efektivitas pembelajaran di kelas Montessori dengan N-gain score adalah 55,98% yang masuk kategori "efektivitas menengah", sementara di kelas kontrol 0,42% yang termasuk dalam “efektivitas rendah”. [Concerns about the low level of curiosity have recently become the starting point of this research. Knowing the effect of literacy based on the Montessori approach to children's curiosity at the age of seven is the goal of this study. For this reason, the pretest posttest non equivalent group design was used as a research method. A total of 17 class IB children from SD Kanisius Sorowajan Yogyakarta were involved as a sample for the Montessori group and 17 class IA children as a sample for the control class. The research findings show that a literacy program based on the Montessori approach influences children's curiosity. Statistical tests showed differences in posttest-pretest scores for the Montessori group ( M = 1.0229,SE = 0.15003) higher than the control group ( M = 0.0076, SE = 0.03251). The difference is significant with t (17.499) = 6.614 and p = 0.000 ( p <0.05). The magnitude of the effect obtained is r = 0.8451 which is included in the "big effect" category which is equivalent to 71.43%. The learning effectiveness test in the Montessori class with an N-gain score was 55.98% which was in the "medium effectiveness" category, while in the control class it was 0.42% which was included in "low effectiveness".]

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.30601/dedikasi.v7i1.3533

ISSN: 2548-8848, 2338-9966

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The origins of the internationalisation of Montessori pedagogy: The ascetic circle of Montesca / Els orígens de la internacionalització de la pedagogia Montessori: el Cercle Ascètic de Montesca

Available from: Hemeroteca Científica Catalana

Publication: Educació i Història: Revista d'Història de l'Educació, no. 40

Pages: 33-53

Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, Montessori method of education - History

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Abstract/Notes: The essay highlights the role of “La Montesca” circle and its main protagonist, Baroness Alice Hallgarten Franchetti (1874-1911), in triggering the initial internationalisation of Montessori pedagogy. Exploring the cultural connections gathered around the Umbrian circle—a true meeting point for refined souls suggesting an atmosphere of spiritual retreat—it is possible to discern a prophetic mark establishing the immediate confidence shown in Montessori’s challenge to education, devoted to driving wide-ranging spiritual reform. The “Franciscan flame” underlining Alice Hallgarten Franchetti’s approach within an extensive devotion to the ideals of human elevation and universal brotherhood reflects the pursuit of a spiritual light, around which modernist, neo-Christian, theosophical feelings interwove motivating drives and cultural languages. In this sense, the formidable support initially provided by Alice Hallgarten Franchetti in exporting Montessori’s pedagogy should be read and valued as the sign of a larger belief in human elevation, based on a confidence in the secret treasures of the child and embracing a cosmic sense of spirituality. / L’article destaca el paper del cercle “La Montesca” i de la principal protagonista, la baronessa Alice Hallgarten Franchetti (1874-1911), en l’inici de la primera internacionalització de la pedagogia Montessori. Explorant les connexions culturals establertes al voltant d’aquell cercle d’Umbria, una autèntica cruïlla d’ànimes refinades que suggereix una atmosfera de retir espiritual, és possible descobrir una empremta profètica que imprimeix la confiança immediata mostrada amb el repte de Montessori en l’educació, dedicat a impulsar una àmplia reforma espiritual. La “flama franciscana” que anima la conducta d’Alice Hallgarten Franchetti, en el marc d’un extens horitzó de devoció als ideals de l’elevació humana i la fraternitat universal, reflecteix la recerca d’una llum espiritual al voltant de la qual els sentiments modernistes, neocristians i teosòfics entrellaçaven els seus impulsos motivadors i llenguatges culturals. L’important suport proporcionat en primer lloc per l’Alice Hallgarten per a l’exportació de la pedagogia Montessori s’ha de llegir i valorar com el signe d’una confiança més gran en l’elevació humana, basada en la confiança en els tresors secrets de l’infant i orientada vers un sentit còsmic de l’espiritualitat. / El artículo destaca el papel del cenáculo de “La Montesca” y de su personaje principal, la baronesa Alice Hallgarten Franchetti (1874-1911), en el inicio de la primera internacionalización de la pedagogía Montessori. Explorando las conexiones culturales establecidas en torno a ese círculo de Umbría, un verdadero punto de encuentro de almas refinadas que sugieren un ambiente de recogimiento espiritual, es posible descubrir una huella profética que imprime la confianza inmediata demostrada con el desafío de Montessori en la educación, orientada a impulsar una amplia reforma espiritual. La “llama franciscana” que anima la conducta de Alicia Hallgarten Franchetti, en el marco de un extenso horizonte de devoción a los ideales de la elevación humana y la fraternidad universal, refleja la búsqueda de una luz espiritual en torno a la cual los sentimientos modernistas, neocristianos y teosóficos entrelazaron impulsos motivadores y lenguajes culturales. En este sentido, el formidable apoyo brindado primeramente por Alicia Hallgarten Franchetti para la exportación de la pedagogía Montessori debe ser leído y valorado como el signo de una mayor confianza en la elevación humana, basada en la confianza en los tesoros secretos del niño y encaminada a abrazar un sentido cósmico de la espiritualidad.

Language: English

DOI: 10.2436/e&h.v0i40.150348

ISSN: 2013-9632, 1134-0258

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A Sharp Call to the Public Conscience Maria Montessori and the Social Party of the Child

Publication: Montessori Australia eArticle, vol. 2008, no. 3

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Language: English

Article

Cosmic Education at the Elementary Level and the Role of the Materials

Publication: Communications: Journal of the Association Montessori Internationale (2009-2012), vol. 2010, no. 2

Pages: 55-66

Cosmic education, Montessori materials

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Abstract/Notes: This article is based on a paper delivered at the AMI International Study Conference "The Child, The Family, The Future", July 19-24, 1994, Washington, DC.

Language: English

ISSN: 1877-539X

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Montessori Versus Orthodox: A Study to Determine the Relative Improvement of the Preschool Child with Brain Damage, Trained by One of the Two Methods

Publication: Rehabilitation Literature, vol. 26, no. 10

Pages: 294-304

Brain-damaged children, Children with disabilities, Inclusive education, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc.

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Language: English

ISSN: 0034-3579

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