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Montessori Approach Helps Kids Grow

Available from: ProQuest - Historical Newspapers

Publication: Philadelphia Tribune (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Pages: A8

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Abstract/Notes: Genesis II Is a first,second and third grade school of low-income Black children. Those children attending classes have graduated from a neighborhood Montessorl Head Start Program where 10 of the graduating class tested in the 99...

Language: English

ISSN: 0746-956X

Presentation

The Montessori Approach to Inquiry - The Three Period Lesson

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Language: English

Presented: Hershey Farm School: AMI/NAMTA Orientation to Adolescent Studies, Jun 30, 2014

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The Montessori Approach to Imagination

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 9

Pages: 54-63

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Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

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The Montessori Approach to the Teaching–Learning Process

Available from: International Journal of Indian Psychology

Publication: International Journal of Indian Psychology, vol. 11, no. 3

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Abstract/Notes: In order to build and apply knowledge and abilities, children in a Montessori classroom study and use a variety of distinctive construction and application methods. In the Montessori Method, children are seen as active participants in their own development, powerfully influenced by internal, natural, dynamic, self-correcting forces that pave the path for growth and learning. The children view their instructors as protectors and leaders. As for teaching aid, they rely on carefully planned, aesthetically pleasant, colourful, bright and attractive surroundings and objects. Montessori places a strong emphasis on individual learning, allowing children to develop into responsible global citizens and lifelong learners. Children in a Montessori classroom are placed in multipage classrooms that last three years, encouraging tight peer ties and continuity between adults and children. The present paper is an attempt to look into Montessori Method, its principles and learning environment. We have also tried to look into the dual role of the teacher and assessment pattern as given in the Montessori approach.

Language: English

DOI: 10.25215/1103.054

ISSN: 2348-5396

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Kontribusi Literasi Berbasis Pendekatan Montessori terhadap Karakter Rasa Ingin Tahu Anak Usia 7 Tahun [The Contribution of Literacy Based on the Montessori Approach to the Curiosity Character of 7 Year Old Children]

Available from: Gedung A Universitas Abulyatama

Publication: Jurnal Dedikasi Pendidikan, vol. 7, no. 1

Pages: 187-200

Asia, Australasia, Curiosity in children, Early childhood care and education, Early childhood education, Indonesia, Montessori method of education, Primary education, Primary school students, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: Keprihatinan terhadap rendahnya karakter rasa ingin tahu akhir-akhir ini menjadi titik berangkat penelitian ini. Mengetahui pengaruh literasi berbasis pendekatan Montessori terhadap rasa ingin tahu anak pada usia tujuh tahun menjadi tujuan penelitian ini. Untuk itu digunakan pretest posttest non equivalent group design sebagai metode penelitian.  Sebanyak 17 anak kelas IB SD Kanisius Sorowajan Yogyakarta dilibatkan sebagai sampel untuk kelompok Montessori dan 17 anak kelas IA sebagai sampel untuk kelas kontrol. Temuan penelitian memperlihatkan bahwa program literasi berbasis pendekatan Montessori berpengaruh terhadap karakter rasa ingin tahu anak. Uji statistik menunjukkan selisih skor posttest-pretest kelompok Montessori (M = 1,0229, SE = 0,15003) lebih tinggi dari kelompok kontrol (M = 0,0076, SE = 0,03251). Perbedaannya signifikan dengan t(17,499) = 6,614 dan p = 0,000 (p < 0,05). Besar pengaruh yang didapatkan adalah r = 0,8451 yang termasuk kategori “efek besar” yang setara dengan 71,43%. Uji efektivitas pembelajaran di kelas Montessori dengan N-gain score adalah 55,98% yang masuk kategori "efektivitas menengah", sementara di kelas kontrol 0,42% yang termasuk dalam “efektivitas rendah”. [Concerns about the low level of curiosity have recently become the starting point of this research. Knowing the effect of literacy based on the Montessori approach to children's curiosity at the age of seven is the goal of this study. For this reason, the pretest posttest non equivalent group design was used as a research method. A total of 17 class IB children from SD Kanisius Sorowajan Yogyakarta were involved as a sample for the Montessori group and 17 class IA children as a sample for the control class. The research findings show that a literacy program based on the Montessori approach influences children's curiosity. Statistical tests showed differences in posttest-pretest scores for the Montessori group ( M = 1.0229,SE = 0.15003) higher than the control group ( M = 0.0076, SE = 0.03251). The difference is significant with t (17.499) = 6.614 and p = 0.000 ( p <0.05). The magnitude of the effect obtained is r = 0.8451 which is included in the "big effect" category which is equivalent to 71.43%. The learning effectiveness test in the Montessori class with an N-gain score was 55.98% which was in the "medium effectiveness" category, while in the control class it was 0.42% which was included in "low effectiveness".]

Language: Indonesian

DOI: 10.30601/dedikasi.v7i1.3533

ISSN: 2548-8848, 2338-9966

Article

Lasting Impressions: The Montessori Approach

Publication: Momentum

Pages: 36-37

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Language: English

ISSN: 0026-914X

Article

Middle Grades Report: Interdependency: The Montessori Approach

Publication: Principal, vol. 73, no. 4

Pages: 56-57

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Language: English

ISSN: 0271-6062

Article

Around the Schools: Development of a Montessori Approach to Dental Health Education for Preschool Children [part 1]

Publication: AMS News, vol. 8, no. 3

Pages: 4, 7

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Language: English

ISSN: 0065-9444

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Around the Schools: Development of a Montessori Approach to Dental Health Education for Preschool Children (part 2)

Publication: AMS News, vol. 8, no. 4

Pages: 4, 6–7

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Language: English

ISSN: 0065-9444

Book

Developing the Musical Senses: The Montessori Approach to Music for the Ear, Voice, Eye, and Hand

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Language: English

Published: Cincinnati, Ohio: World Library / Greenwood Press, 1966

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