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Article

Excerpts from Inaugural and Valedictory Addresses of the 25th and 26th Indian Montessori Training Courses, Hyderabad, 1960-62

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 7

Pages: 58-64

Albert Max Joosten - Writings, Asia, Conferences, India, Indian Montessori Training Course (25th, Hyderabad, India, 1960-1961), Indian Montessori Training Course (26th, Hyderabad, India, 1961-1962), South Asia, Trainings

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Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

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Okul Öncesi̇ Di̇n, Değer ve Ahlak Eği̇ti̇mi̇nde Montessori̇ Metodu - Indiana Örneği / Montessori Method in Early Childhood Religious, Moral and Values Education - Indiana Sample

Available from: DergiPark Akademik

Publication: Dini Araştırmalar / Religious Studies, vol. 24, no. 60

Pages: 9-34

Montessori method of education, Moral development, Moral education, North America, Religious education, United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: The Montessori Method is accepted as an alternative education model today. Although it was spread out in USA at the beginning of the 20th century, it is currently used and accepted all over the world. Although its application in pre-education is common, it has also been adopted and applied at different levels. The Montessori method differs from traditional education not only in terms of approach to students, teachers, discipline, and school environment, but also in the way it uses certain materials in its education. According to Maria Montessori, kids should be at the center of education, and the duty of teacher is to observe and guide children. The Montessori method, which is mostly applied in general education, is also used in the education of religion, values, and morals. In this study, besides Maria Montessori's thoughts on general education, her thoughts on religious education are also discussed. This research focuses on Montessori schools in Indiana, United States -. In this study, the qualitative research method and the phenomenological approach are adopted. Observation, interview, and document analysis are used as data collection tools. The subject of the study is the discussion of the Montessori method in terms of research results in religion, values and moral education and Montessori’s point of view on the subject. All participants, who work as instructors in Montessori schools, determined by maximum diversity and snowball sampling, Observation in Montessori schools and the program of one of them is used as an aid in the interpretation of the research findings. / Montessori eğitim metodu, özellikle okul öncesi eğitim olmak üzere, eğitimin farklı kademelerinde benimsenmiş ve uygulanmıştır. Montessori eğitim metodunun, geleneksel eğitimden öğrenci, öğretmen, disiplin, okul ortamı, kullanılan materyaller ve gelişim özelliklerine yaklaşım noktasında farklılaştığı kabul edilmektedir. Daha çok genel eğitimde uygulanan Montessori metodu, din, değer ve ahlak eğitiminde de kullanılmaktadır. Bu araştırma, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri Indiana Eyaleti’nde bulunan Montessori okullarını konu edinmektedir. Çalışmada, nitel araştırma yöntemi kapsamında fenomenolojik yaklaşım benimsenmiş olup, veri toplama aracı olarak gözlem, görüşme ve doküman incelemesi kullanılmıştır. Çalışmanın konusu, maksimum çeşitlilik ve kartopu yoluyla seçilen Montessori eğitmenlerinden oluşan çalışma grubu ile Montessori metodunda din, değer ve ahlak eğitimini tartışmaktır. Araştırmaya katılan Montessori okullarında yapılan gözlemler ve bir okula ait program incelemesi araştırma bulgularının yorumlarında yardımcı olarak kullanılmıştır.

Language: Turkish

DOI: 10.15745/da.931903

ISSN: 1301-966X

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Training of Personnel for Programmes in Early Childhood Care and Education in India

Available from: Springer Link

Publication: International Journal of Early Childhood, vol. 24, no. 2

Pages: 35-40

Asia, India, South Asia

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Abstract/Notes: This article describes in some detail the Indian National Education Policy of 1986 which proposes a multifaceted approach to the training of personnel working with preschool children and their families. The magnitude of the challenges for current and training staff is discussed and some innovative programs for young children are presented in detail. Consideration is given to the nature of the training required to put these programs into practice in a country as diverse as India. There are many different programs designed to enable staff, many of whom have received only short periods of training, to execute the content based on basic child development knowledge. In all program modalities, the emphasis is on an integral approach that includes educational activity in health care, and if necessary a food supplement if necessary. Each type of program is designed to meet a specific need. In some projects, such as Anganwadi and Crèches Mobiles, basic staff training is supervised and extended by formally trained project managers, whose task is to engage staff in on-the-job training, at the same time. as their knowledge and understanding grows. This article shows how the service manages to employ staff from extremely diverse backgrounds and educational backgrounds. [Cet article décrit de façon assez détaillée la Politique Educative Nationale Indienne de 1986 qui propose une approche à multiples facettes de la formation du personnel travaillant avec les enfants d’âge préscolaire et leurs familles. On discute de l’ampleur des défis relatifs au personnel en fonction et en formation et on présente en détail quelques programmes innovateurs pour jeunes enfants. On considère la nature de la formation nécessaire pour la mise en pratique de ces programmes dans un pays aussi vaste divers que l’Inde. Il existe beaucoup de programmes différents concus pour permettre aux personnels, dont beaucoup n’ont reçu que de courtes périodes de formation, d’en exécuter le contenu à partir de connaissances de base du développement de l’enfant. Dans toutes les modalités de programme, l’accent porté sur une approche intégrale qui englobe l’activité éducative dans les soins d’ordre sanitaire, et au besoin un supplément alimentaire si nécessaire. Chaque type de programme est élaboré pour répondre à un besoin spécifique. Dans certains projets, comme ceux d’Anganwadi et des Crèches Mobiles, la formation de base du personnel est supervisée et étendue par des responsables de projet officiellement formés, dont la tâche consiste à engager le personnel dans une formation en cours d’emploi, au fur et à mesure que leurs connaissances et leur compréhension se développent. Cet article montre comment le service arrive à employer des personnels dont l’origine et l’expérience éducative sont extrêmement diverses. / Este artículo describe con basante detalles la Política Educativa Nacional de la India en 1986 que propone enfoques con múltiplos aspectos al problema de la formación del personal trabajando con niños de edad preescolar y sus familias. Se discute de la amplitude de los desafíos relativos al personal empleado y en periodo de formación, y se presenta con detalles algunos programas innovadores para niños pequeños. Se considera la naturaleza de la formación necessaria para poner en práctica esos programas en un país tan grande y tan variado como la India. Hay muchos programas que permiten a los distintos personales, entre los cuales hay muchos que han tenido solo cortes períodos de formación, de efectu su contenido partiendo de conocimientos básicos sobrer el desarollo del niño. En todas las versiones, se ha puesto el énfasis sobre enfoque integral, incluiendo actividad educativa con atención sanitaria y un suplemento alimenticio donde es necesario. Cada tipo de programa fue elaborado para responder a una necasidad específica. En algunos proyectos, como Anganwadi o Creches Moviles, la formación de base del personal está supervisada y ampliada por responsables del proyecto oficialmente preparados, cuya tarea es de comprometer el personal en una formación continua, a medida que se desarollen sus conocimientos y su comprensión. Este artículo demuestra como el servicio llega a emplear personas de experiencia educativa y origen muy distintos.]

Language: English

DOI: 10.1007/BF03175503

ISSN: 1878-4658

Book Section

L’esilio spirituale e mistico in India [The spiritual and mystical exile in India]

Book Title: Il volo tra le genti di Maria Montessori: oltre ogni confine geografico, scientifico, culturale, spirituale

Pages: 170-187

Asia, India, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, Montessori method of education, South Asia, Spirituality

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Language: Italian

ISBN: 978-88-95988-77-1

Series: Pagine Vere , 29

Article

Indian Montessori Association: Aims and Objectives, Executive Committee, Institutional Membership

Publication: The Child and You, vol. 1

Asia, India, Indian Montessori Association (India), South Asia

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Language: English

Archival Material Or Collection

Indian Twilight

Available from: Archives West

Asia, Ceylon, Edwin Mortimer Standing - Biographic sources, Edwin Mortimer Standing - Writings, India, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, South Asia, Sri Lanka

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Abstract/Notes: This is an unpublished 4-volume chronicle of Standing’s years as a Montessori tutor for the Saharabai family in India (circa 1920-1925). Included are reprints of Standing’s letters documenting his experiences, photographs of the people and architecture of India before its independence from England; and brief references to conversations with Mahatma Gandhi who was a close friend and neighbor of the Saharabai family.

Language: English

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

Book

Empire, Civil Society, and the Beginnings of Colonial Education in India

Asia, India, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., South Asia

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Abstract/Notes: This book tells a story of radical educational change. In the early nineteenth century, an imperial civil society movement promoted modern elementary 'schools for all'. This movement included British, American and German missionaries, and Indian intellectuals and social reformers. They organised themselves in non-governmental organisations, which aimed to change Indian education. Firstly, they introduced a new culture of schooling, centred on memorisation, examination, and technocratic management. Secondly, they laid the ground for the building of the colonial system of education, which substituted indigenous education. Thirdly, they broadened the social accessibility of schooling. However, for the nineteenth century reformers, education for all did not mean equal education for all: elementary schooling became a means to teach different subalterns 'their place' in colonial society. Finally, the educational movement also furthered the building of a secular 'national education' in England.

Language: English

Published: New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019

ISBN: 978-1-108-49833-3

Article

A Flying Visit to the XXIV Indian Montessori Training Course, Delhi 1959-60

Available from: Stadsarchief Amsterdam (Amsterdam City Archives)

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 5

Pages: 18-19

Asia, India, Indian Montessori Training Course (24th, Delhi, India, 1959-1960), South Asia, Trainings

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Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

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XXXII Indian Montessori Training Course (Radio Talk at Bangalore A.I.R. on 20th July, 1967)

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 11

Pages: 47-49

Albert Max Joosten - Radio addresses, debates, etc., Albert Max Joosten - Speeches, addresses, etc., Asia, India, Indian Montessori Training Course (32nd, Bangalore, India, 1967), South Asia, Trainings

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Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

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Work Life Balance and Working Indian Mothers: An Empirical Study

Available from: International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology

Publication: International Journal of Engineering Applied Sciences and Technology, vol. 4, no. 7

Pages: 119-124

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Abstract/Notes: Like the whole world, our Indian society too has undergone many changes. Indian women have become very aware of their rights. Now she does not want to depend on her husbands, for this she tries to be selfsufficient and independent. But the circumstances are not so simple. Managing work and family responsibility can be very difficult for the women employees. And if the woman is a mother, things get even more difficult, because responsibility also gets bigger. A woman who work or do any business or other work especially working mothers has to perform multiple roles in balancing their work life and personal life. Each role has its own set of demands and when such role demand overlaps/interacts, a difference is created leading to stress, attrition, absenteeism and other health issues etc. Thus, there is an increasing need for organizations to address these demands of working mothers by implementing innovative HR policies. Worklife balance is one such HR practice that enables the employees particularly working mothers to give proper prioritization between work and lifespan roles. Hence, work-life balance has become a growing concern in all the sectors. Indian women have created a history in every domains of life today. She is now more being confident and positive. The present paper based on empirical research, delivers a deep insight of work-life balance of working mothers the problems faced by them in different phases of life. With the passage of time the relevance of work life balance becomes very important for working women when family responsibilities increase and care for children and other dependent become priority.

Language: English

DOI: 10.33564/IJEAST.2019.v04i07.018

ISSN: 2455-2143

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