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Moralische und soziale Erziehung: 3. Vortrag von Dr. Maria Montessori beim Montessori-Kongress in Edinburgh 1938

Available from: Deutsche Nationalbibliothek

Publication: Das Kind, no. 1/2

Pages: 5-11

Maria Montessori - Speeches, addresses, etc., Maria Montessori - Writings

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Language: German

ISSN: 0949-2682

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Stimulasi Kemampuan Mengenal Konsep Bilangan Anak Usia Dini Melalui Permainan Matematika Montessori [Stimulation of Ability to Recognize Numbers Concepts in Early Childhood Through Montessori Math Games]

Available from: Jurnal Pendidikan Tambusai

Publication: Jurnal Pendidikan Tambusai: Fakultas Ilmu Pendidikan Universitas Pahlawan, vol. 4, no. 1

Pages: 488-498

Asia, Australasia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Penelitian ini merupakan studi literatur yang bertujuan untuk mengetahui bagaimana gambaran stimulasi kemampuan mengenal konsep bilangan anak usia dini melalui permainan matematika Montessori. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode penelitian deskriptif kualitatif dengan studi pustaka. Dalam penelitian studi literatur ini peneliti menggunakan berbagai sumber tertulis seperti artikel, jurnal, dan dokumen yang relevan dengan penelitian dalam penelitian ini. Penelitian ini berfokus pada wacana tentang kemampuan mengenal konsep bilangan pada anak usia dini yang dapat dilakukan melalui permainan matematika Montessori. Hal tersebut menjadi bagian penting dari implementasi pembelajaran di PAUD karena merangsang kemampuan mengenali konsep angka anak sejak dini harus dikembangkan karena akan berdampak besar pada kemampuan kognitif anak yang juga sangat berguna untuk masa depan mereka. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukkan bahwa permainan matematika Montessori sangat efektif digunakan untuk merangsang kemampuan mengenal konsep bilangan pada anak usia dini. Ini terbukti dari bukti yang telah diteliti dari hasil penelitian sebelumnya yang berkaitan dengan kemampuan mengenal konsep bilangan anak melalui permainan matematika Montessori. [This research is a literature study that aims to find out how the description of the stimulation of the ability to recognize the concept of numbers for early childhood through Montessori math games. The method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research method with literature study. In this literature study the researcher uses various written sources such as articles, journals, and documents relevant to the research in this study. This study focuses on the discourse on the ability to recognize the concept of numbers in early childhood which can be done through Montessori math games. This is an important part of implementing learning in PAUD because it stimulates the ability to recognize children's number concepts from an early age because it will have a major impact on children's cognitive abilities which are also very useful for their future. The results of this study indicate that Montessori math games are very effective in stimulating the ability to recognize number concepts in early childhood. This is evident from the evidence that has been researched from the results of previous studies relating to the ability to recognize the concept of children's numbers through Montessori math games.]

Language: Indonesian

ISSN: 2614-3097, 2614-6754

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Shinpojiumu ippan-en de montessōri kyōiku ni manande kita mono -- keika naiyō kodomo no henka: Dai 1 shinpojisuto montessōri kyōiku dōnyū no katei ni tsuite / シンポジウム 一般園でモンテッソーリ教育に学んできたもの--経過・内容・子どもの変化: 第1シンポジスト モンテッソーリ教育導入の過程について / Symposium - What General Kindergartens have Learned from Montessori - Process, Content, Changing Children: 1st Speaker, The Process of Introducing Montessori Education

Publication: Montessori Kyōiku / モンテッソーリ教育 [Montessori Education], no. 35

Pages: 12-15

Asia, East Asia, Japan

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Abstract/Notes: This is an article from Montessori Education, a Japanese language periodical published by the Japan Association Montessori.

Language: Japanese

ISSN: 0913-4220

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A belső motivációt befolyásoló tényezők és megjelenésük a Montessori-pedagógiában [Factors influencing intrinsic motivation and their appearance in Montessori pedagogy]

Available from: Arcanum Digitális Tudománytár

Publication: Új Pedagógiai Szemle, vol. 48, no. 3

Pages: 44-54

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Abstract/Notes: Az iskolai tanulás eredményességét nemcsak a kognitív képességek, hanem az egyén motivációs háttere is meghatározza. Az intrinzik, a belső motiváció a megismerő tevékenység egyik energiaforrása, s feltétele a tartós, perspektivikus tanulási magatartás kialakulásának. A szerző azokat a tényezőket tárja fel, melyek előnyösen befolyásolják a tanulók intrinzik motivációjának fenntartását, s bemutatja ennek gyakorlati megvalósulását a Montessori-szemléletű nevelési-oktatási rendszerben. [The effectiveness of school learning is determined not only by cognitive abilities but also by the motivational background of the individual. Intrinsic, intrinsic motivation is one of the energy sources of cognitive activity and a condition for the development of lasting, perspective learning behavior. The author explores the factors that have a beneficial effect on maintaining the intrinsic motivation of students and presents its practical implementation in the Montessori-based education system.]

Language: Hungarian

ISSN: 1215-1807, 1788-2400

Master's Thesis

Virtualizing Montessori: Experiences of Teachers Working in a Fully Remote Montessori Preschool

Available from: DiVA Portal

Montessori method of education - Teachers, Montessori schools

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Abstract/Notes: Virtual preschool seems to contradict the Montessori Method, a hands-on, sensorial-based early childhood curriculum. However, many virtual Montessori schools, borne out of the temporary need for isolation due to the Covid-19 pandemic, seek to continue this new implementation of Montessori education permanently. This qualitative study examined how eight preschool teachers in one US-based virtual Montessori program described how they made sense of implementing the Montessori curriculum in an online setting, how they understood the academic and social experiences of their preschool students, and what advantages and disadvantages they perceived for children in the enactment of Montessori education in the virtual format. Using a thematic analysis, this study found that teachers described many adaptations to Montessori education in the virtual format, including to the materials and to the class structure. They felt that their offerings generally met the academic and social needs of their students, while staying as true to the Montessori Method as possible. Teachers found various advantages in the enactment of virtual Montessori school, including the potential to reach children and families who would otherwise not have access to Montessori education in their local communities. Teachers also found various disadvantages, including the uncertainty of the future of the program, and the interference of the screen in a child’s path towards deep concentration, and did not feel that virtual Montessori preschool was an adequate stand-alone replacement for in-person Montessori preschool. Further research is needed on the effectiveness of other virtual Montessori preschools, on the experiences of children completing a full three-year cycle in the virtual Montessori Children’s House program, and on the academic and social readiness of children emerging from virtual Montessori preschool programs for both in-person Montessori and traditional elementary school.

Language: English

Published: Linköping, Sweden, 2022

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

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Is the Montessori Method to be Introduced Into Irish Schools? I: The Montessori Principles

Available from: Google Books

Publication: Irish Monthly, vol. 52, no. 609

Pages: 118-124

Europe, Ireland, Northern Europe

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Language: English

ISSN: 2009-2113

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Grassroots Montessori: Cincinnati's Groundswell to Create One of the Country's Few Public Neighborhood Montessori Schools

Available from: ProQuest

Publication: Montessori Life, vol. 22, no. 3

Pages: 4-7A,8A,9A,10A

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Abstract/Notes: In 2002, Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) adopted a policy committing itself to develop all schools in the district as community learning centers. In Pleasant Ridge, one of Cincinnati's most racially and socio-economically diverse neighborhoods, the community set itself to the task of rebuilding what had been a failing school that reflected little of the neighborhood's diversity. After-school programming to provide extracurricular opportunities emerged as a top priority, as did health and wellness services. Another priority was the development of the Pleasant Ridge school facility as an environmentally sound and sustainable "green" building. Yet, despite the promise of an environmentally cutting-edge school and partnerships ranging from the YMCA to various health providers, all of this was not sufficient to attract new families to the school. And so, just as the environmental enthusiasts were leading a grassroots effort to dramatically change the plans for the physical facility, a group of young parents became involved in challenging the academic program. This group, mostly parents of infants and toddlers, asked themselves, "What would it take for us to send our children to this new school?" Their collective answer was a conversion to a Montessori program.

Language: English

ISSN: 1054-0040

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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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Montessori College to Open in February [Athena Montessori College, Wellington]

Publication: Montessori NewZ, vol. 24

Pages: 17

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Language: English

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