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Article

Moving On with Montessori: The Decision to Keep a Child in Montessori Through the Upper Elementary Years

Publication: Tomorrow's Child, vol. 14, no. 5

Pages: 41–42

Upper elementary

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Abstract/Notes: Staying in upper elementary for 6th grade

Language: English

ISSN: 1071-6246

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Montessōri no shūkyō kyōiku (1) / モンテッソーリの宗教教育(1) [Religious Education in Montessori (1)]

Publication: Montessori Kyōiku / モンテッソーリ教育 [Montessori Education], no. 13

Pages: 103-116

Asia, East Asia, Japan

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Language: Japanese

ISSN: 0913-4220

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Montessori yaklaşımının uygulandığı sınıflarda görev yapan okul öncesi öğretmenlerinin montessori yaklaşımının “farklı, güçlü ve zorlayıcı yanları”na ilişkin görüşleri: Amerika ve Türkiye örneği / Opinions of preschool teachers working in classrooms where the Montessori approach is applied on the "different, strong and challenging aspects" of the Montessori approach: The case of America and Turkey

Available from: DergiPark Akademik

Publication: Avrasya Sosyal ve Ekonomi Araştırmaları Dergisi / Eurasian Journal of Social and Economic Research, vol. 7, no. 10

Pages: 278-309

Americas, Asia, Comparative education, Middle East, Montessori method of education - Teachers, North America, Teacher attitudes, Turkey, United States of America, Western Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Bu çalışmada, Montessori sınıflarında görev yapan okul öncesi öğretmenlerinin Montessori yaklaşımına ilişkin görüşlerinin (Amerika ve Türkiye örneğinde) incelenmesi ve okul öncesi öğretmenlerinin görüşlerine göre Montessori yaklaşımının farklı, güçlü ve zorlayıcı olarak görülen yanlarının ortaya konması amaçlanmıştır. Çalışma grubu, Montessori sınıfında görev yapmakta olan Amerika (n=3) ve Türkiye (n=6) örneğindeki toplamda 9 okul öncesi öğretmeninden oluşmaktadır. Çalışma grubundaki öğretmenler Montessori eğitmenliği sertifikasına sahip, az 5 yıldır Montessori eğitimi uygulamakta olan öğretmenlerden oluşmaktadır. Çalışma verileri, çalışma grubunda yer alan öğretmenlerle araştırmacı tarafından hazırlanan üç maddelik açık uçlu sorular eşliğinde yapılan yüz yüze görüşmelerle elde edilmiştir. Çalışma kapsamında elde edilen verilerin analizinde betimsel analizden faydalanılmıştır. Çalışma sonucunda, çalışma grubundaki öğretmenlerin hepsinin Montessori yaklaşımını geleneksel yaklaşıma göre daha etkili bir yöntem olarak gördüğü saptanmıştır. Amerika ve Türkiye örneğindeki öğretmenlerin bir kısmının benzer bir şekilde Montessori yaklaşımının en çok hazırlanmış-özgür bir ortam sağlayan ve sonrasında öğretmenin rehber olarak yer aldığı bir yaklaşım olduğu ile ilgili durumlar üzerinde durduğu görülmüştür. Bununla birlikte, Amerika örneğindeki öğretmenlerin daha çok Montessori yaklaşımının süreç odaklı ilerleyen, özgür seçim sunan ve bağımsız çalışmalarla yürütülen bir yaklaşım olduğunu, Türkiye örneğindeki öğretmenlerin ise daha çok Montessori yaklaşımının çocuk merkezli bir düzene, keşfederek öğrenmeye dayalı çevreye ve ödül-ceza içermeyen uygulamalara sahip bir yaklaşım olduğunu vurguladığı tespit edilmiştir. Amerika örneğindeki grupta yer alan öğretmenler için yaklaşımda özellikle öğretmenin her zaman teşvik edici/rehber olması zorlayıcı bir durum olarak görülürken, Türkiye örneğindeki grupta yer alan öğretmenler için de sınıf düzeni, ortam koşulları ve aile desteği ile ilgili durumların zorlayıcı görüldüğü belirlenmiştir. Bu doğrultuda, okul öncesi eğitim kurumlarının benimseyecekleri eğitim yaklaşımları çerçevesinde ortam niteliği, sınıf mevcudu, aile katılımı gibi boyutlardaki özelliklerinin çocuk temelli bir eğitim anlayışıyla gözden geçirilmesi ve politikacıların teşvik ve desteği ile halihazırda okullarda uygulanmakta olan eğitim süreçlerinin güçlendirilmesi önemli görülmektedir. [In this study, it is aimed to examine the views of preschool teachers working in Montessori classrooms about Montessori approach (in the case of America and Turkey) and to reveal the different, strong and challenging aspects of Montessori approach according to the views of preschool teachers. The study group consists of 9 pre-school teachers working in the Montessori classroom, in the sample of America (n=3) and Turkey (n=6). The teachers in the study group consist of teachers who have a Montessori teaching certificate and have been practicing Montessori education for at least 5 years. The study data were obtained through face-to-face interviews with the teachers in the study group, accompanied by three-item open-ended questions prepared by the researcher. Descriptive analysis was used in the analysis of the data obtained within the scope of the study. As a result of the study, it was determined that all of the teachers in the study group saw the Montessori approach as a more effective method than the traditional approach. It was seen that some of the teachers in the USA and Turkey similarly emphasized the situations related to the Montessori approach being the one that provides the most prepared-free environment and then the teacher as a guide. On the other hand, it is stated that the Montessori approach of the teachers in the US sample is a process-oriented approach, offering free choice and carried out with independent studies, while the teachers in the Turkish sample mostly say that the Montessori approach has a child-centered order, an environment based on learning by discovery and practices that do not include reward-punishment. It has been determined that the approach has been emphasized. While it was seen as a challenging situation for the teachers in the group in the US sample, especially the teacher being an encourager/guide at all times, it was determined that the situations related to the classroom arrangement, environmental conditions and family support were found to be challenging for the teachers in the group in the Turkey sample. In this direction, it is considered important to review the characteristics of the dimensions such as the quality of the environment, class size, family participation, with a child-based education approach, within the framework of the educational approaches that pre-school education institutions will adopt, and to strengthen the education processes currently being implemented in schools with the encouragement and support of politicians.]

Language: Turkish

ISSN: 2148-9963

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In connection with the forthcoming visit of Dr. Montessori, a Cinematograph Film entitled "A Day in a Montessori School in London," showing the working of the system in detail in its various branches, will be shown early in January

Available from: ProQuest - Entertainment Industry Magazine Archive

Publication: Kinematograph and Lantern Weekly, vol. 24, no. 594

Pages: 107

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Abstract/Notes: In connection with the forthcoming visit of Dr. Montessori, a Cinematograph Film entitled "A Day in a Montessori School in London," showing the working of the system in detail in its various branches, will be shown early in January...

Language: English

Book Section

Musikalische Erziehung in der Montessori-Pädagogik [Musical education in Montessori pedagogy]

Book Title: Montessori-Pädagogik das Kind im Mittelpunkt

Pages: 184-205

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Language: German

Published: Wien, Austria: Jugend & Volk, 2020

ISBN: 978-3-7100-4362-8 3-7100-4362-X

Doctoral Dissertation

Attraverso i confini. Traduzioni e diffusione di Il Metodo della Pedagogia Scientifica di Maria Montessori. Uno studio comparato [Across the Borders: The Translation and Spread of Maria Montessori’s Scientific Pedagogy – A Comparative Study]

Available from: AMS Dottorato - Institutional Theses Repository (University of Bologna Digital Library)

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Abstract/Notes: Maria Montessori è una delle pedagogiste italiane più conosciute e celebrate in tutto il mondo. Come è noto, il suo pensiero ha avuto una diffusione che per rapidità e ampiezza geografica si può senza dubbio definire straordinaria. Fu Il Metodo della Pedagogia Scientifica applicato all’educazione infantile nelle Case dei Bambini, pubblicato in Italia nel 1909, a portare la Montessori alla ribalta della scena mondiale. Dal 1912, le traduzioni si moltiplicarono, fino a coprire, prima della fine della prima Guerra mondiale, il panorama europeo e americano. Inoltre, i corsi internazionali per la formazione d’insegnanti stranieri (il primo fu organizzato in Italia nel 1913), permisero la diffusione del metodo anche in India, in Sud America, in Australia e in Asia. La mia ricerca si concentra sull’analisi comparata delle prime traduzioni del Metodo, in particolare l’edizione americana (1912), l’edizione inglese (1912), l’edizione svizzera (1912) e l’edizione francese (1916), calate nel contesto storico, sociale, cultura e pedagogico di riferimento. Per meglio comprendere le modalità di diffusione dell’opera, ho scelto di dare ampio spazio anche alle figure che hanno circondato Maria Montessori e si sono operate per diffondere e promuovere tanto l’opera quanto la filosofia della pedagogista nelle realtà elencate. Il progetto ha voluto mettere a fuoco il processo di costruzione di un lavoro scientifico e culturale costantemente influenzato da una pluralità di culture, tradizioni, lingue e voci differenti, nonché il faticoso impegno dell’autrice di difendere il proprio pensiero da qualsiasi intromissione esterna volta a snaturarlo. [Maria Montessori is one of the most famous and celebrated Italian pedagogists in the world. Due to its speed and geographical extent, the spread of her scientific pedagogy can surely be described as extraordinary, even more since we talk about a woman’s work in the beginning of the twentieth century. It was Il Metodo della Pedagogia Scientifica applicato all’educazione infantile nelle Case dei Bambini, published in Italy in 1909, that brought Montessori to the forefront of the world scene, allowing her to be acclaimed internationally as one of history’s great pioneering educators. Since 1912, the number of translations multiplied, to the point of covering, before the end of the First World War, the European and American scene. In addition, international courses for the training of teachers (the first was organized in Italy in 1913), allowed the spread of the method in India, South America, Austrialia and Asia. My research focuses on the comparative analysis of the Metodo’s first translations, in particular the American edition (1912), the English edition (1912), the Swiss edition (1912) and the French edition (1916), placed in the historical, social, cultural and pedagogical context of reference. Furthermore, great part of the research is dedicated to the many figures who surrounded Maria Montessori and worked as hard as she did to help in the spreading of both her thought and book internationally. Indeed, editors, translators, journalists and intellectuals, as well as politicians and ambassadors played an essential role in her successful career. The project aimed to focus on Montessori’s process of building a scientific and cultural work constantly influenced by a plurality of different cultures, traditions, languages and voices, as well as on the hard work of the author to defend her philosophy from any external interference aimed at distorting it.]

Language: Italian

Published: Bologna, Italy, 2020

Article

A Day in the Life: A Montessori School in England [White Cliffs Montessori Pre-School, Dover]

Publication: The National Montessori Reporter, vol. 29, no. 1

Pages: 11–15

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Language: English

Book

L'éducation Montessori: les principes qu'applique Mme Montessori dans les Case dei Bambini, causeries et notes d'une mère

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Language: French

Published: Paris, France: Fischbacher, [1925]

Edition: 10. ed

Book

Montessori paddhati / मोंटेसरी पद्धति [Montessori Method]

Maria Montessori - Writings, Taraben Modak - Writings

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Language: Hindi

Published: Bhavnagar, India: [s.n.], 1923

Edition: [Hindi edition]

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A Study on the Prepared Environment in Montessori Education / Montessori 교육의 준비된 환경에 대한 일 연구

Publication: 유아교육연구 / Korean Journal of Early Childhood Education, vol. 8

Pages: 47-61

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Abstract/Notes: The Montesori education is for becoming normalization of child by forming the development concentration on the works by use the materials oneself who is the child to be educated in the prepared environment which is provided by the directress, the persons who make the environment for this purpose. The value of Montessori education could highly be approaised as the expectable seeking form of education which offers the selective opportunity by oneself as an esteemed independent individual. Furthermore, it could offer the development of independency to the child who is at the sensitive period with good absorbability from the surrounding environment as well as offer the responsibility of one`s own study for promotion of future study possibility and various experience. For this purpose, the prepared environmet is the precondition of education. Accordingly, for the application of this education at the educational places in our country, the following should be considered and the subjects of the way of education. 1. The real understanding and appraisal should be preceded based on full theorical examination on the Montessori education. 2. The education must be conducted by the instructors who have the license, issued by the International Montessori Association(AMI, AMS)and the specialized training institute for the Montessori instructors training should be established. 3. The adequate materials of Montessori for suitability for physical development which is acknowledged by the AMI, AMS should be manufactured and supplied for respective child. 4. The installation and furnishing fund must be presented in detail on the Montessori educational institute.

Language: Korean

ISSN: 1226-9565, 2733-9637

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