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Entre Pauline Kergomard et Maria Montessori [Between Pauline Kergomard and Maria Montessori]

Available from: Open Edition

Publication: Le Portique, vol. 2007, no. 4

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Abstract/Notes: In the 19th century the references concerning the education in the early years of infants took 2 different orientations. One uses an “educational mother” as the model. Between the love and limits that she offers her child, she brings a moral education. In the other reference, the educator, very respectful to the dynamic of the child, intervenes as little as possible. The objective is that he conquers autonomy and learns a sense of responsibilities. Two educated women are representative of these 2 tendencies: On one hand Pauline Kergomard (preschool inspector 1838–1925), author of “the motherly education at school”, in her teaching to school principals, presents as a reference the “comprehensive and devoted mother” taking care of the physical intellectual and moral development of children. In this case she represents more the dimension of “care”. On the other hand, Maria Montessori, (Italian pedagogue, 1870-1952) author of "scientific education”, is going to impute little by little her ideas based on the fact that the child has the necessary qualities to grow on his/her own. So according to the educator with just creating a high-quality environment in order to enable the child to find the extract to grow up and be the autor of their own evolution. We consider her to represent the concept of education, resulting from a method. We have presented the essence of both authors convictions. Alter restoring them in their context, we will confront them to see in what degree these methods are opposed or not, in the sense of seeing how they complete and intervene with each other. Our idea is to make use of the analysis of both orientations and develop to what point care is indispensable to the quality and the education of child and more over at the present time. Au XIXe siècle les références concernant l’éducation de la petite enfance ont pris deux orientations différentes. L’une donne comme modèle la mère éducatrice. Dans l’autre référence, l’éducatrice très respectueuse de la dynamique de l’enfant, intervient le moins possible. Deux femmes pédagogues sont représentatives de ces courants : D’une part, Pauline Kergomard (inspectrice des écoles maternelles, 1838-1925) auteur de « L’éducation maternelle à l’école » présente comme référence « la mère intelligente et dévouée » ; elle représente plutôt la dimension « soin ». D’autre part, Maria Montessori (pédagogue italienne,1870-1952) auteur de « La pédagogie scientifique » va peu à peu imposer ses idées basées sur le fait que l’enfant possède les qualités nécessaires pour grandir par lui-même. Nous la considérons comme représentant le concept d’éducation fruit d’une méthode. Notre propos est de nous servir de l’analyse de ces deux orientations pour dévoiler combien les soins sont indispensables à la qualité de l’éducation même.

Language: French

ISSN: 1283-8594

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Como o Currículo se Constitui na Pedagogia Waldorf, Pedagogia Montessori e Escola da Ponte? [How is the Curriculum Constituted in Waldorf Pedagogy, Montessori Pedagogy and 'Escola da Ponte'?]

Available from: RSD Journal

Publication: Research, Society and Development, vol. 9, no. 8

Pages: Article e810986385

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Abstract/Notes: Part of the data on this work relies on a doctoral research. The study aimed to problematize about Science Teaching in a Waldorf school, Montessori school and Escola da Ponte, having as guiding aspects the organization of spaces, knowledge and evaluation methods of each analyzed school. As a theoretical reference, we adopted the assumptions of differentiated pedagogy and simultaneously, the field of the curriculum. Methodologically, the article points as sources of research to three directions: a theoretical and systematic review in the light of the fields of science teaching and the field of the curriculum; documentary research around the websites of schools that are pedagogically oriented from the pedagogies under discussion; and finally, field journal data based on differentiated pedagogy observations in three schools. The results showed other ways of organizing spaces, different ways of evaluating and approaching school content, more specifically in the scope of Science Teaching. Finally, the work allows a reflection and awareness about the traditional teaching that still constitutes in the great majority in schools. / Este trabalho tem parte dos dados ancorados em uma pesquisa de doutorado. O estudo teve como objetivo problematizar sobre o Ensino de Ciências em uma escola Waldorf, uma escola Montessori e a Escola da Ponte, tendo como aspectos norteadores a organização dos espaços, saberes e métodos de avaliação de cada escola analisada. Como referencial teórico, adotamos os pressupostos da pedagogia diferenciada e, concomitantemente, do campo do currículo. Metodologicamente, o artigo toma como fontes de pesquisa, três caminhos: uma revisão teórica e sistematizada à luz dos campos do ensino de ciências e do campo do Currículo; pesquisa documental em torno dos sites de escolas que se orientam pedagogicamente a partir das pedagogias em discussão; e, por último, dados de diários de campo a partir de observações em três escolas sendo que cada uma delas se fundamenta numa das pedagogias diferenciadas apresentadas. Os resultados mostraram outras formas de organização dos espaços, formas diferenciadas de avaliação e abordagem dos conteúdos escolares, mais especificamente no âmbito do Ensino de Ciências. Por fim, o trabalho permite uma reflexão e conscientização acerca do tradicional ensino que ainda se constitui em grande maioria nas escolas.

Language: Portuguese

DOI: 10.33448/rsd-v9i8.6385

ISSN: 2525-3409

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¿Está Montessori obsoleta hoy?: a la búsqueda del Montessori posible

Available from: Universidad Estatal a Distancia

Publication: Revista Rupturas, vol. 2, no. 1

Pages: 58-117

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Abstract/Notes: The present article proposes a discussion regarding efforts of the Montessori community to offer resistance to the prevailing utilitarian and capitalistic entourage that Montessori herself so criticized. It addresses related questions: what are some of her legacies to the early education movement? How does the Montessori community attend to present dilemmas and their own development as communities of learning? It is concluded that Montessorians approach a variety of areas of concern, in spite of the diametrical difference between practices, whereby only the Montessori name and materials may be utilized. The current relevance and urgency of Montessori practices is stressed, together with the need for conceptual clarity from a paradigm of complexity.

Language: Spanish

DOI: 10.22458/rr.v2i1.174

ISSN: 2215-2466

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Pedagogija Marije Montessori − Poticaj za razvoj pedagoškog pluralizma Znanstvena monografija urednici: Hicela Ivon, Ligija Krolo, Branimir Mendeš dječji vrtić Montessori dječja kuća i Udruga Montessori pedagogije, Split, 2011.

Available from: Hrčak - Portal of Croatian scientific and professional journals

Publication: Školski vjesnik: časopis za pedagogijsku teoriju i praksu, vol. 61, no. 1-2

Pages: 249-250

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Abstract/Notes: Book review.

Language: Croatian

ISSN: 0037-654X, 1848-0756

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Dr. Montessori, Founder of the Famous Montessori Method of Teaching, Lectures at Carnegie Hall, To Night at 8:15, Only Lecture in New York [advertisement]

Available from: Columbia Spectator Archive

Publication: Columbia Spectator, vol. 57, no. 61

Pages: 7

Americas, Montessori movement, North America, United States of America

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Language: English

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The call of education (L'appel de l'éducation. La chiamata dell'Educazione) Psycho-pedagogical journal international. Organ of the Montessori movement. Edited by Dr. Maria Montessori, with the coöperation of Prof. Dr. Géza Révész and Dr. J. C. L. Godefroy. Vol. I. No. 1. 1924. Publisher: H. J. Paris, Amsterdam [book review]

Available from: Szegedi Tudományegyetem / University of Szeged

Publication: Magyar pedagógia, vol. 33

Pages: 82

Book reviews, Montessori method of education - Periodicals

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Language: Hungarian

ISSN: 0025-0260

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María Montessori y su concepto de la educación [Maria Montessori and Her Concept of Education]

Publication: Revista Infancia, vol. 77

Pages: 22-26

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Language: Spanish

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Muzikinis vaikų ugdymas M. Montessori sistemoje / Musical training of children according to M. Montessori system

Publication: Pedagogika: mokslo darbai (Vilnius), vol. 63

Pages: 38–42

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Abstract/Notes: The essential features of musical training according to M. Montessori in Lithuanian preschools have been analysed in the work. The work is revealing the essential features of musical training, their importance in the children's musical development. 72 teachers, working in Lithuanian Montessori preschools participated in the research work...

Language: Lithuanian

ISSN: 1392-0340

Book

Montessori-musiikkikasvatus: Montessori-menetelmän mahdollisuudet musiikkikasvatuksessa [Montessori music education: the possibilities of the Montessori method in music education]

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Language: Finnish

Published: Helsinki, Finland: Yliopistopaino, 1991

ISBN: 951-570-097-3

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Kodomo-shi no naka no montessōri / 子ども史の中のモンテッソーリ [Montessori and the History of the Child]

Publication: Montessori Kyōiku / モンテッソーリ教育 [Montessori Education], no. 26

Pages: 47-57

Asia, East Asia, Japan

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Language: Japanese

ISSN: 0913-4220

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