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Article

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Pentingnya Metode Montessori Dalam Mengembangkan Potensi Diri Peserta Didik DI SD Tiga Bahasa Rukun Harapan Jember [The Importance of the Montessori Method in Developing the Self Potential of Students at the Three Languages Rukun Harapan Elementary School Jember]

Available from: Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Duta Panisal

Publication: Metanoia: Jurnal Pendidikan Agama Kristen [Metanoia: Journal of Christian Religious Education], vol. 5, no. 1

Pages: 205-219

Asia, Australasia, Autonomy in children, Elementary school students, Elementary schools, Indonesia, Montessori method of education, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: The Montessori method in the learning process, which is based on the principle of the Montessori method that a child's education appears to coincide with the stages of the potential development of learners. The characteristic of the Montesssori method is to emphasize the activities that are raised by the children themselves which can stimulate students to learn actively in learning and can develop students' potential. In this study, researchers used qualitative methods using a case study approach, while the data collection techniques used were observation, interviews and documentation. In collecting data, researchers used the Spradly data analysis model. Data analysis was carried out. It was concluded that the Montessori method is also a method that can develop the potential of students, so it is necessary to introduce the Montessori method in more depth to educators at SD Tiga Bahasa Rukun Harapan, namely by application of understanding to educators regarding the Montessori method.

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.55962/metanoia.v5i1.85

ISSN: 2716-2885

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Pola Asuh Orang Tua Kristen Terhadap Anak Dalam Menghadapi Tantangan Kemajuan Zaman [Parenting Patterns of Christian Parents for Children in Facing the Challenges of the Progress of the Age]

Available from: Institut Agama Kristen Negeri Manado (Indonesia)

Publication: Montessori Jurnal Pendidikan Kristen Anak Usia Dini, vol. 2, no. 1

Pages: 1-18

Asia, Australasia, Indonesia, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui pola asuh orang tua Kristen terhadap anak dalam menghadapi tantangan kemajuan zaman, sehingga melalui penulisan artikel ini dapat memberikan gambaran kepada orang tua agar mereka memiliki pola asuh yang baik  dan menjadi orang tua yang berperan sebagai guru yang patut diteladani oleh anak-anaknya. Untuk mewujudkan penelitian ini, maka penulis memilih metode penelitian kualitatif yang bersifat deskriptif dengan studi kepustakaan. Melalui penelitian ini ditemukan bahwa zaman dimana kita hidup saat ini akan terus mengalami perubahan dan perkembangan, namun moral dan keimanan manusia semakin menurun. Perubahan atau perkembangan yang paling tren masa kini ialah perkembangan teknologi seperti smartphone. Orang tua adalah guru dalam keluarga yang seyogianya memiliki pola asuh yang baik agar dapat mengantisipasi dan menghadapi tantangan kemajuan zaman yang sedang berkembang saat ini agar anak-anak tetap berkembang secara utuh dalam rasa takut akan Tuhan dan mencintai gereja-Nya. Kemajuan zaman dapat berdampak buruk (negatif) bagi anak-anak jikalau orang tua tidak menerapkan pola asuh yang baik terhadap anak, dan sebaliknya dapat  juga berdampak baik (positif) apabila orang tua mendemonstrasikan pola asuh yang baik terhadap anak. Lebih mudah menjadi guru bagi anak sendiri daripada menjadi guru bagi orang lain. Dalam praktiknya orang tua Kristen dapat menerapkan sepuluh usulan rancang bangun pendidikan rohani anak oleh orang tua untuk menghadapi kemajuan (tren) zaman di abad ke-21.

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.51667/mjpkaud.v2i1.593

ISSN: 2798-6195

Book Section

Die Montessoribewegung in Berlin während der Weimarer Republik und der Konflikt zwischen Clara Grunwald und Maria Montessori [The Montessori movement in Berlin during the Weimar Republic and the conflict between Clara Grunwald and Maria Montessori]

Book Title: Montessori-Pädagogik

Pages: 98-111

Clara Grunwald - Biographic sources, Europe, Germany, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources, Montessori method of education, Montessori movement, Western Europe

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Language: German

Published: Baltmannsweiler, Germany: Schneider-Verlag Hohengehren, 2005

Edition: 2nd corrected and revised ed.

ISBN: 3-89676-949-9 978-3-89676-949-7

Series: Reformpädagogische Schulkonzepte , 4

Article

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La pedagogia di Maria Montessori nello specchio dell'epistemologia della complessità [The pedagogy of Maria Montessori in the mirror of the epistemology of complexity]

Available from: Università Degli Studi Firenze

Publication: Studi sulla Formazione / Open Journal of Education, vol. 23, no. 2

Pages: 139-156

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Abstract/Notes: Le rivoluzioni scientifiche dei primi decenni del Novecento misero in discussione i principi del paradigma classico della scienza e della natura. Maria Montessori comprese in profondità queste rivoluzioni, e intuì la necessità di un nuovo paradigma, capace di superare il modo di pensare per dicotomie (oggetto/soggetto, mente/corpo, organismo/ambiente, specie/ecosistema, natura/cultura, res cogitans/res extensa). Anticipò nella sua teoria e nella sua azione pedagogica e sociale i lineamenti di una epistemologia relazionale, sistemica ed evolutiva, che avrebbe poi conosciuto un pieno sviluppo a partire dagli ultimi decenni del secolo: un’epistemologia della complessità, all’interno di un orizzonte umanistico planetario. È questo l’orizzonte epistemologico e umanistico nel quale, con coraggio e immaginazione, Maria Montessori delineò la sua idea di «bambino cosmico» e di «educazione cosmica», e nel cui specchio oggi possiamo rileggere e rigenerare la sua idea. [The scientific revolutions of the early decades of the Twentieth century challenged the principles of the classical paradigm of science and nature. Maria Montessori deeply understood these revolutions, and realized the need for a new paradigm, able to overcome the thinking by dichotomies (object/subject, mind/body, organism/environment, species/ecosystem, nature/culture, res cogitans/res extensa). She anticipated in her theory and in her pedagogical and social action the features of a relational, systemic and evolutionary epistemology, which would later have developed starting from the last decades of the century: an epistemology of complexity, within a planetary humanistic horizon. This is the epistemological and humanistic horizon in which, with courage and imagination, Maria Montessori introduced her idea of a "cosmic child" and "cosmic education", and in whose mirror today we can reinterpret and regenerate her idea.]

Language: Italian

ISSN: 2036-6981

Article

Montessori in South Africa: The Challenge, the Dream, and the Promise

Publication: NAMTA Journal, vol. 24, no. 1

Pages: 61-68

Africa, Montessori method of education - History, North American Montessori Teachers' Association (NAMTA) - Periodicals, Southern Africa, Southern Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa

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Abstract/Notes: Discusses the history of the Montessori movement in South Africa. Outlines the contributions and learnings from Montessori's 21 years in South Africa. Asserts that Montessorian actions in Africa have relevance to Montessori internationally. (JS)

Language: English

ISSN: 1522-9734

Archival Material Or Collection

Box 7, Folder 17 - Manuscripts, ca. 1921-ca.1966 - "The Child and the Liturgy" [Chap1-4?] [Mss became "Child and the Church"]

Available from: Seattle University

Edwin Mortimer Standing - Biographic sources, Edwin Mortimer Standing - Writings

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Language: English

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

Doctoral Dissertation

Skolans Levda Rum och Lärandets Villkor: Meningsskapande i Montessoriskolans Fysiska Miljö [The School's Living Space and the Conditions of Learning: Creating Meaning in the Montessori School's Physical Environment]

Architecture, Design, Environment, Europe, Nordic countries, Northern Europe, Scandinavia, Sweden

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Abstract/Notes: This study examines the school’s physical environment as a place of learning, and takes its starting point in the phenomenology movement, inspired both by Merleau-Ponty’s thesis of man’s physical relation to the world and by the existential analysis represented by Heidegger which implies a mutual relationship between man and the world. Such a view rejects a standpoint which describes man as being divided between a material body and a thinking soul. Instead, there emerges an embodied self which engages in meaningful interaction with its surroundings. The choice of this standpoint has implications for the design of the school’s physical environment. Montessori pedagogy is one of the activity-based pedagogies which have designed the physical environment in line with this theory. The purpose of the study is to understand, but further to visualise, the way in which the conditions for learning for children and adolescents are created in schools, from pre-school to lower secondary level, which follow the Montessori pedagogy. The material for the empirical study has been gathered from Europe and the US and from differing social contexts. The reason for this is to discover what distinguishes the prepared environment. The study also discusses the way in which the argument for a form of schooling which is based on activity, from the early 20th century to the present day, has been addressed through the architectural design of schools. The thesis shows that the rich array of didactic material in the schools observed offers pupils the opportunity to perform activities which create meaning. The organisation of the environment provides the pupils with the necessary conditions to concentrate fully on their work and to complete their tasks without interruption. I see the didactic continuity which prevails from pre-school to the lower secondary school in the Montessori schools studied as a prerequisite if the pedagogical activity is to offer meaning and create the conditions for learning in the way demonstrated by the empirical studies.

Language: Swedish

Published: Stockholm, Sweden, 2012

Conference Paper

Montessori and the reformation of the American educational system for the 21st century

AMI International Study Conference

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Language: English

Published: Washington, D.C.: AMI/USA, 1989

Pages: 80-84

Article

The Place of the Montessori Method in the English Educational System

Publication: The Montessori Magazine: A Quarterly Journal for Teachers, Parents and Social Workers (India), vol. 4, no. 4

Pages: 21-26

England, Europe, Great Britain, Northern Europe, Scotland, United Kingdom, Wales

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Language: English

Master's Thesis (M.A.)

A Comparison of Montessori and Traditionally Schooled Five Year Olds in the Language, Motor, and Concept Area Skills of the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning-Revised

Available from: ProQuest - Dissertations and Theses

Comparative education, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., Montessori method of education - Evaluation

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Abstract/Notes: This quasi-experimental research study examined the performance of two groups of five year old children on the Developmental Indicators for the Assessment of Learning-Revised (DIAL-R) (1990) in relationship to their method of schooling. The purpose of the study was to compare mean scores received by the Montessori group (N=10) and the Traditional group (N=10) on Motor Area skills, Concept Area skills, and Language Area skills of the DIAL-R (1990) using t tests for independent samples. Scores received on each test item were also analyzed statistically to determine the specific strengths and weaknesses of each subject group. The findings show that there was no significant difference between the two subject groups in the Motor Area skills as assessed by the DIAL-R (1990). There was a significant difference between the two subject groups in the Concept Area skills which favored the Montessori subjects. The Montessori group performed better than did the Traditional group in the Language Area skills of the DIAL-R (1990), but the difference was not statistically significant. Implications of these findings for Early Childhood educators are discussed, in view of the fact that this sample was quite small. The findings provide support for both the Montessori and Traditional programs for young children found within the Dallas Public Schools in student performance on the DIAL-R (1990). Recommendations for further studies are also given.

Language: English

Published: Denton, Texas, 1995

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