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Article

Montessōri kyōiku no ataeru eikyō / モンテッソーリ教育の与える影響 / The Educational Impact of Montessori Education

Publication: Montessori Kyōiku / モンテッソーリ教育 [Montessori Education], no. 31

Pages: 76-83

Montessori method of education - Evaluation

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Language: Japanese

ISSN: 0913-4220

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La Aplicación del Método Montessori en la Educación Infantil Ecuatoriana [The Application of the Montessori Method in Ecuadorian Early Childhood Education]

Available from: Universidad Politécnica Estatal del Carchi (Ecuador)

Publication: Revista SATHIRI: Sembrador, vol. 15, no. 1

Pages: 122-131

Americas, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Ecuador, Latin America and the Caribbean, Montessori method of education, Preschool education, South America

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Abstract/Notes: El método de Montessori destaca la didáctica a través de los cinco sentidos, no sólo a través de tres de ellos como se hace tradicionalmente (escuchar, ver o leer), el docente deberá saber con previa evaluación lo que cada niño está listo para realizar. Esta enseñanza es un fascinante proceso de invención, lo que conduce a la plena concentración, la motivación y sobre todo el auto-control. El objetivo de la investigación es impulsar el hábito del auto-estudio y la autodisciplina, es decir que posibilita a que el niño trabaje con autonomía, favoreciendo el propio interés y la investigación que ayudan al niño a concentrarse en su aula; la metodología aplicada se buscó coordinar y alcanzar los objetivos propuestos mediante una investigación bibliográfica y relatos narrativos. La función del orientador fundamental es la del adulto, y en especial el padre, ya que se considera el principal guía del niño, quien es el responsable de mostrarle elmundo en sus primeros pasos. Esta enseñanza es un fascinante proceso de invención, lo que conduce a la plena concentración, la motivación y sobre todo el auto-control, los niños logran asimilar: una investigación propia e independiente, planificar, organizar, compilar información; crear: presentaciones, exposiciones y proyectos. [The Montessori method highlights the didactics through the five senses, not only through three of them as is traditionally done (listening, seeing or reading), the teacher must know with prior evaluation what each child is ready to do. This teaching is a fascinating process of invention, which leads to full concentration, motivation and above all self-control. The objective of the research is to promote the habit of self-study and self-discipline, that is, it enables the child to work with autonomy, favoring self-interest and research that help the child to concentrate in her classroom; The applied methodology sought to coordinate and achieve the proposed objectives through bibliographic research and narrative stories. The role of the fundamental guide is that of the adult, and especially the father, since she is considered the child's main guide, who is responsible for showing her the world in her first steps. This teaching is a fascinating process of invention, which leads to full concentration, motivation and above all self-control, children manage to assimilate: their own independent research, planning, organizing, compiling information; create: presentations, exhibitions and projects.]

Language: Spanish

DOI: 10.32645/13906925.935

ISSN: 2631-2905

Conference Paper

Are Multiage/Nongraded Programs Providing Students with a Quality Education? Some Answers from the School Success Study

Available from: ERIC

Fourth Annual National Create the Quality Schools Conference, April 6, 1995, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

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Abstract/Notes: This paper presents findings of the longitudinal School Success Study (SSS), which is being conducted to determine the academic and social effects of nongraded (multiage, continuous progress) programs on Tennessee elementary school students. Covering the years 1993-99, the research seeks to identify successful school practices in both nongraded and graded programs. The study includes elementary-age students (K-4) from seven Tennessee schools that are implementing nongraded programs (n=1,500), three of which also have students in traditional classes (n=750), and five comparison schools in which all students are enrolled in single-grade classes. Academic achievement is measured by the Tennessee Comprehensive Assessment Program (TCAP) and the Tennessee Holistic Writing Assessment. Social development (academic self-concept) is measured using the Self-Concept and Motivation Inventory (SCAMIN). A one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) indicates that students from nongraded classes during.

Language: English

Article

Montessori: Education for the 21st Century

Publication: Montessori Australia eArticle, vol. 2014, no. 2

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Language: English

Book Section

Religiöse Erziehung auf Grundlage der Montessori-Pädagogik [Religious education based on Montessori pedagogy]

Book Title: Montessori-Pädagogik das Kind im Mittelpunkt

Pages: 206-213

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Language: German

Published: Wien, Austria: Jugend & Volk, 2020

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

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Montessori Felsefesi ile Eğitim Alan 24-72 Ay Arası Çocukların Psikolojik Dayanıklılıklarının İncelenmesi / Investigation of the Psychological Resilience of 24-72 Months Children Who Receive Education with Montessori Approach

Available from: DergiPark Akademik

Publication: İstanbul Kent Üniversitesi İnsan ve Toplum Bilimleri Dergisi [Istanbul Kent University Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences], vol. 1, no. 1

Pages: 15-33

Asia, Child development, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Middle East, Montessori method of education, Turkey, Western Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Psikolojik dayanıklılık zorluklarla karşılaşan bireylerin mücadele etmesi ve bu mücadeleyi sürdürebilmesi adına önem taşımaktadır. Psikolojik dayanıklılığı yüksek olan bireyler karşılaştıkları zorluklardan kendilerine yarar sağlayabilen bireylerdir. Psikolojik dayanıklılık geliştirilebilen bir kişilik özelliğidir. Maria Montessori “Çocuğu çalıştım. Çocuğun bana verdiklerini aldım ve onları ifade ettim. İşte Montessori yöntemi budur.” cümlesi ile kendi adını verdiği yöntemini açıklamaktadır. Kendine has bir eğitim yaklaşımı olan Montessori felsefesi ile eğitim, çocuğu kendi kendine yetebilen bir birey olabilmesi için destekler. Bu araştırmada Montessori felsefesiyle eğitim alan çocukların psikolojik dayanıklılığı incelenmiştir. Bu çalışmada 24- 72 ay arasında 20 öğrenci gözlenmiş olup, psikolojik dayanıklılığı oluşturan etmenler incelenmiştir. Bu bağlamda Montessori felsefesi ile eğitim alan çocukların psikolojik dayanıklılıkları; girişkenlik- özgüven, yardım alabilme, öz-düzenleme, akran ilişkileri, sosyal yeterlilik, bağlanma, mutluluk, duygu kontrolü, doyum erteleyebilme ve problem çözme becerileri başlıkları altında incelenmiştir. Araştırma sonucunda Montessori felsefesiyle eğitim alan çocukların psikolojik dayanıklılıklarının daha yüksek olduğu gözlenmiştir. Ek olarak Montessori felsefesinin, çocukların kendi kararlarını verebilen, bu kararların sorumluluğunu alabilen, çalışma özgürlüğüne sahip, kendine yetebilen ve kendini ifade edebilen bireyler olmasına katkı sağladığı gözlenmiştir. / Psychological resilience is important for individuals who face difficulties and sustain struggle in their lives. Individuals with high psychological resilience are those who can benefit from the difficulties they face. Psychological resilience is a personality trait that can be developed. Maria Montessori describes the method which has its name from her as “I have studied the child; I have taken what the child has given me and expressed it, and that is what is called the Montessori Method” Montessori philosophy, which is a unique educational approach, supports the child to become a selfsufficient individual. In this study, it was aimed to investigate the effect of Montessori education philosophy on psychological resilience. This study was carried out by observing 20 students between 24-72 months and the factors that make up psychological resilience were examined. In this context, the psychological resilience of children who are educated with Montessori philosophy were discussed under these headings: assertiveness-selfconfidence, getting help, self-regulation, peer relationships, social competence, attachment, happiness, emotion control, satisfaction deferment and problem solving skills. As a result of the research, it was observed that children who were educated with Montessori philosophy had higher psychological resilience. In addition, it was observed that Montessori philosophy contributes to children being individuals who can make their own decisions, take responsibility for these decisions, have the freedom to work, are self-sufficient and can express themselves.

Language: Turkish

ISSN: 2717-9737

Book

Montessori for the New Millennium: Practical Guidance on the Teaching and Education of Children of All Ages, Based on A Rediscovery of the True Principles and Vision of Maria Montessori

Available from: Taylor and Francis Online

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Abstract/Notes: Although Montessori's name is almost universally known in education circles today, and there are countless nursery schools throughout the world using the "Montessori Method," the real core of her thinking has remained largely misunderstood. Most people regard the method as a system for the education of very young children. And most who have some direct experience of it, either as parent or teacher, would regard it as involving a certain set of procedures and specialized educational materials with clear and elaborate instructions for their use. However, the essence of Montessori's philosophy of education is in reality far broader than this, and contains a powerful message for educators everywhere. What is less well-known about Montessori's work is that she began by establishing the effectiveness of her approach at the pre-elementary level, but also strongly encouraged the extension of her method to the higher levels of education. Wentworth's purpose in writing this book is to elucidate this vital aspect of Maria Montessori's life's work and to show how it applies to real-life teaching situations. She believed that by transforming the process of children's education she could help to transform the attitudes of the adults they will later become, and so those of society and the world at large--a message she promoted as vitally relevant to the future of humankind as a whole.

Language: English

Published: New York, New York: Routledge, 1999

Edition: 1st

ISBN: 978-1-4106-0440-8

Article

Montessori Education in China: An Update

Available from: University of Connecticut Libraries - American Montessori Society Records

Publication: Public School Montessorian, vol. 10, no. 1

Pages: 27

Asia, China, East Asia, Public Montessori

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Language: English

ISSN: 1071-6246

Article

Support Free Competition in Montessori Teacher Education: Oppose Renewal of MACTE Recognition

Publication: Montessori Observer, vol. 24, no. 1

Pages: insert

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Language: English

ISSN: 0889-5643

Article

Alternative Education Conference

Available from: Independent Voices on JSTOR

Publication: Lansing Star (Lansing, Michigan)

Pages: 3

Americas, North America, United States of America

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Language: English

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