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Article

Montessoris Pädagogischer Versuch der Case dei Bambini in der Kindergartenbewegung [Montessori's Educational Attempt of the Case dei Bambini in the Kindergarten Movement]

Available from: HathiTrust

Publication: Zeitschrift für Pädagogische Psychologie und Experimentelle Pädagogik [Journal of Educational Psychology and Experimental Pedagogy], vol. 15, no. 1

Pages: 9-16

Children's House (Casa dei Bambini)

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Language: German

Book

Montessori-Pädagogik im Kindergarten: Profile für Kitas und Kindergärten

Maria Montessori - Philosophy, Montessori method of education

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Language: German

Published: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany: Herder, 2006

Edition: 3rd ed.

ISBN: 3-451-27840-5 978-3-451-27840-2

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Montessori-Pädagogik im Kindergarten: Profile für Kitas und Kindergärten

Maria Montessori - Philosophy, Montessori method of education

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Language: German

Published: Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany: Herder, 2012

Edition: 2nd revised and expanded ed.

ISBN: 3-451-32097-5 978-3-451-32097-2

Article

Selbsttätigkeit im Kindergarten [Self-reliance in Kindergarten]

Publication: Kindergarten, vol. 61

Pages: 127-129

Autonomy in children, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Kindergarten (Froebel system of education), Spontaneity (Personality trait)

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Language: German

Doctoral Dissertation

How Social Emotional Development Skills Gained in High Quality Public School Prekindergarten Impact Kindergarten Academic Readiness

Available from: East Tennessee State University

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Abstract/Notes: Longitudinal research has demonstrated that children’s emotional and social skills are linked to their early academic achievement (Wentzel & Asher, 1995). Children who have difficulty paying attention, following directions, getting along with others, and controlling negative emotions like anger and distress do not do as well in school (Arnokl et al., 1999; McClelland et al., 2000). Academic achievement in the early years of schooling appears to be built on a firm foundation of children’s social emotional skills (Ladd, Kochenderfer, & Coleman, 1997; O’Neil et al., 1997). Higher quality prekindergarten programs are associated with the early years of schooling and more positive academic outcomes in children (Burchinal et al., 2000). Investments in early childhood programs by state and federal governments have been made with a goal of improving school readiness for low income children. These investments are based on findings that show a link between program quality and children’s academic outcomes. Studies of model programs show that intensive early childhood services can improve children’s cognitive, 2 academic, and social skills with gains maintained into adulthood (Burchinal, Kainz, & Cai, in press). The purpose of this study was to create knowledge that indicates the influence of the social emotional skills children gain by completing prekindergarten. Schools in Sevier County, Tennessee that have prekindergarten classrooms in place were chosen for this study because kindergarten is the next experience children will have after pre-k. Kindergarten teachers in the schools chosen were purposefully selected as participants. Kindergarten teachers have the opportunity to make comparisons of differences in academic readiness of students who have completed prekindergarten and the students who have not been in a school environment. Kindergarten teachers may be able to conclude from classroom observation of the 2 groups if there is a difference in academic readiness. Home environments with strong parental involvement were most kindergarten teachers’ first choice for early learning and kindergarten preparation. Teachers realization that a strong home environment is not available to all children encouraged them to appreciate having a high quality public school prekindergarten as an alternative. Kindergarten teachers overall perceptions about the readiness of children who enter their classroom after completing prekindergarten were positive.

Language: English

Published: Johnson City, Tennessee, 2013

Master's Thesis

O projecto do espaço educativo. O Kindergarten na génese da escola contemporânea de Herman Hertzberger [The Design of the Educational Space: The Kindergarten in the Genesis of Herman Hertzberger's Contemporary School]

Available from: Universidade do Porto - Repositório Aberto

Architecture, Europe, Herman Hertzberger - Biographic sources, Herman Hertzberger - Works, Holland, Montessori schools, Netherlands, Western Europe

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Abstract/Notes: A presente Dissertação de Mestrado, O projeto do espaço educativo - O Kindergarten na génese da escola contemporânea de Herman Hertzberger, propõe uma análise e uma reflexão dos espaços escolares projetados pelo oarquiteto holandês Herman Hertzberger (1932- ), entre 1960 e 2007. No conjunto de obras analisadas, foram destacados alguns temas projetuais caraterísticos dos espaços escolares. Estes temas encontram a própriaorigem no modelo educativo desenvolvido pela médica italiana Maria Montessori (1879-1952) no início do século XX. Nesse contexto, destacam-se os seguintes temas: 1) A polivalência da sala de aula, sendo um dos temas baseado no modelo montessoriano e de relevância nas obras do arquiteto; 2) A função distributiva e social do espaço central, assemelhando-se à piazza de Malaguzzi (1920-1994), com influências de Froebel (1782-1852); 3) A ideia de "learning street" do corredor, assumindo-se como um espaço flexível. O estudo destes temas, entre outros, tornou-se essencial para a compre ensãodas escolas de Herman Hertzberger e, consequentemente, da sua obra em geral. [This Master Thesis proposes an analysis and a reflection of school spaces designed by Dutch architect Herman Hertzberger (1932- ), between 1960 and 2007. The set of works analyzed were assigned some design themes with typical interest in school spaces. These themes have origin in the educational model developed by Italian doctor Maria Montessori (1879-1952) at the beginning of the 20th century. In this context, stands out the following themes: 1) The versatility of the classroom, one of the themes based on the educational model proposed by Maria Montessori and one of the most relevant themes in the architect's work; 2) The distributive and social functions of the central space, similar to the piazza of Malaguzzi (1920-1994), with influences from Froebel (1782-1852); 3) The idea of "learning street" of the corridor, becoming a flexible space. The study of these subjects, among others, was essential to understand Herman Hertzbergers' schools and, consequently, his work in general.]

Language: Portuguese

Published: Porto, Portugal, Nov 15, 2016

Book

Interaktive und sinnesbezogene Erziehung im Kindergartenalter, vorrangig orientiert an: Korczak, Kükelhaus und Montessori [Interactive and sensory education in kindergarten, primarily based on: Korczak, Kükelhaus and Montessori]

Hugo Kükelhaus - Biographic sources, Janusz Korczak - Biographic sources, Maria Montessori - Biographic sources

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Language: German

Published: Regensburg, Germany: Roderer, 1994

ISBN: 3-89073-697-1

Article

The Best Kindergarten in the World [Diana kindergarten, Reggio Emilia, Italy]

Publication: Montessori Education, vol. 6, no. 3

Pages: 20–21

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Language: English

ISSN: 1354-1498

Article

Versuch einer Anwendung der Montessori-Methode im Taubstummenkindergarten [Attempt to use the Montessori method in the deaf-mute kindergarten]

Publication: Blätter für Taubstummenbildung, vol. 46

Pages: 211-213

Children with disabilities, Deaf, Europe, Germany, Montessori method of education - Criticism, interpretation, etc., People with disabilities, Western Europe

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Language: German

Article

The Effect of the Scientific Spirit in Education upon the Kindergarten in Relation to the Distinctive Characteristics of the Montessori Method (Kindergarten and the Montessori Method)

Available from: HathiTrust

Publication: Kindergarten-Primary Magazine, vol. 26, no. 3

Pages: 96-97

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Language: English

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