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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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Tema: Montessori från de första stegen till tonår: unga människor behöver montessori

Publication: Montessori-tidningen (Svenska montessoriförbundet), no. 6

Pages: 6-9

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Language: Swedish

ISSN: 1103-8101

Video Recording

Il metodo Montessori presso la Regia Scuola Magistrale Montessori

Available from: Archivio Luce

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Runtime: 00:01:32

Language: Italian

Published: Rome, Italy, Jun 19, 1935

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Bieten Montessori-Kinderhaus und Montessori-Schule günstige Voraussetzungen für religiöse Erziehung

Publication: Kinderheim: Zeitschrift für Kleinkindererziehung, vol. 33

Pages: 119-121

Religious education

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Language: German

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Montessori Elementary School Update: The South London Montessori School

Publication: Montessori Society Review, vol. 2

Pages: 4–5

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Language: English

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Odgajanje opažanjem: neke specifičnosti odnoga prema Montessori pedagogiji [Upbringing by observation: some specifics of education according to Montessori pedagogy]

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

Publication: Služba Božja: liturgijsko-pastoralna revija, vol. 58, no. 4

Pages: 443-464

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Abstract/Notes: Specifična slika djeteta u Montessori pedagogiji utječe na značajke Montessori odgojitelja, njegovu osobnu i stručnu pripremu te njegovu unutarnju pripremu. U ovom se radu analiziraju specifičnosti navedene pedagogije glede djeteta, odgojitelja i pripremljene okoline. Montessori pedagogija računa s periodima ili razdobljima posebne osjetljivosti kod djece i pridaje im veliku razvojnu i odgojnu važnost, a da bi dijete uspješno prošlo svaki od perioda, potrebno je da odrasli slijede i odgovaraju na potrebe djeteta. Na kraju rada istaknut ćemo glavne specifičnosti razvoja i poimanja djeteta prema ovoj pedagogiji. [A specific picture of the child in Montessori pedagogy affects the qualities of Montessori educators, their personal and professional preparation and their internal preparation. This paper analyses the specifics of the mentioned pedagogy regarding the child, the educator and the prepared environment. Montessori pedagogy counts on periods or times of special sensitivity in children and attaches great developmental and educational importance to them, so that, should the child successfully pass each of the periods, it is necessary for adults to follow and respond to the needs of the child. At the end of the paper we will highlight the child’s main developmental characteristics and understanding of the child according to this pedagogy.]

Language: Croatian

ISSN: 0037-7074, 1849-1057

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Maria Montessori y las casas de párvulos [Maria Montessori and nursery schools]

Publication: Revista de Educación: Dedicada al Estudio de la Pedagógia y sus Ciencias Afines, vol. 1, no. 6

Pages: 1-9

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Language: Spanish

Book Section

Psychologische Beobachtungen in der Montessori-Grundschulklasse [Psychological Observations in the Montessori Elementary School Class]

Book Title: Psychologisches zur Montessori-Methode: Aus dem Montessori-Heft der Neuen Erziehung [Psychological information on the Montessori method: From the Montessori booklet of the New Education]

Pages: 1-17

Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Montessori method of education, Montessori schools, Observation (Educational method), Teachers

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Language: German

Published: Berlin, Germany: Hensel and Co. Verlag, 1927

Doctoral Dissertation

Measuring Parent Perception and Understanding of Montessori Education in Three Massachusetts Montessori Schools

Available from: University of Pepperdine

Americas, Montessori schools, North America, Parent participation, Parents - Perceptions, United States of America

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Abstract/Notes: The Montessori method is a comprehensive, child-centered, developmentalist philosophy of education developed by Dr. Maria Montessori in Rome, Italy, in the early 1900s. The Montessori method differs from traditional approaches to education, and has had limited exposure in the U.S. until the last 20 years. Despite this growth, little research data exists on the effectiveness of the method or of parent understanding of the method. This research project attempted to determine parent understanding of the Montessori method of education at three Montessori schools in Massachusetts that educate children from toddlers to grade 8. The objective of the research was to design, implement, and analyze a survey that measured parent understanding of the Montessori principles and classroom practices. The survey was developed using the Montessori principles as the foundation. The goal was to determine both the extent of parent understanding of the Montessori principles and parent perception of how these principles are carried out in the Montessori classroom. Parents and guardians were asked a total of 10 questions, 7 of which were five-point Likert scales. The quantitative questions specifically addressed the six Montessori principles and were designed to test parents’ overall understanding of each principle. Responses ranged from a principle being not at all important to very important. The qualitative portion of the survey instrument utilized three open-ended, self-completed questions designed to reveal a range of parent perceptions about Montessori education and classroom practices. The surveys revealed that parent values and thinking do line up with some aspects of the Montessori method and philosophy. The surveys also revealed that parents seem to value classroom practices contrary to the founding principles. What parents value and what parents think about regarding concepts such as goal setting, achievement, competition with peers, and teachers preparing and presenting lessons is in direct contrast with some of the Montessori founding principles and intentions. If Montessori schools wish to remain viable, they will need to reconcile the Montessori principles with conflicting parent values and, further, determine how to better align their principles with parent views and desires for their children.

Language: English

Published: Malibu, California, 2015

Article

Dr. Montessori [and Some Montessori Sayings]

Available from: HathiTrust

Publication: Kindergarten-Primary Magazine, vol. 26, no. 5

Pages: 146-147

Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, Maria Montessori - Philosophy

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Language: English

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