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Neue Erziehungsgedanken in Rom [New educational ideas in Rome]

Publication: Kindergarten, vol. 53

Pages: 149-153

Europe, Italy, Southern Europe

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Language: German

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Die Montessori-Schule in ihrem Heimatlande italien

Available from: Bibliothek für Bildungsgeschichtliche Forschung des DIPF (BBF)

Publication: Allgemeine Deutsche Lehrerzeitung: Pädagogische Zeitung, vol. 55, no. 7

Pages: 134-135

Europe, Italy, Southern Europe

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Language: German

ISSN: 0002-5836

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The Child Our Helper

Publication: Devanampiya: Quarterly Journal of the West Bengal Council for Child Welfare

Albert Max Joosten - Writings, Asia, India, South Asia, ⛔ No DOI found

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Language: English

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A Critical Enquiry into the Implementation of the Montessori Teaching Method as a First Step Towards Inclusive Practice in Early Childhood Settings Specifically in Developing Countries

Available from: SAGE Journals

Publication: Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, vol. 9, no. 2

Pages: 178-181

Asia, Comparative education, Malaysia, Southeast Asia

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Abstract/Notes: The analysis was carried out as part of a master's thesis and it aimed to analyse the extent to which the Montessori educational philosophy and teaching method incorporated inclusive educational qualities. The Montessori Method was first developed for children who were disadvantaged and considered 'idiots', in the slums of Italy's San Lorenzo. With the usage of her didactic materials, Maria Montessori proved that the children in question were indeed educable given the correct type of instruction. The focus of this article is on the inclusive qualities embedded within the Montessori philosophy and teaching method, which can be reason enough for it to be adopted by developing countries that have limited budgets/funding for the purpose of special education. This method could prove to be an easy alternative for the immediate implementation of early childhood inclusive education for countries such as Malaysia which do not yet possess specific legislation governing special education.

Language: English

DOI: 10.2304/ciec.2008.9.2.178

ISSN: 1463-9491

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Maria Montessori i l'Escola de Suïssa, El Paideuterion [Maria Montessori and the Swiss School, The Paideuterion]

Available from: Revistes Catalanes amb Accés Obert / Catalan Journals in Open Access

Publication: Singladures: Revista d'història i patrimoni cultural de Vilassar de Mar i el Maresme, no. 25

Pages: 79-85

Europe, Southern Europe, Spain, Switzerland, Western Europe, ⛔ No DOI found

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Language: Catalan

ISSN: 2014-6965

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Montessori for All? Indian Experiments in ‘Child Education’, 1920s–1970s

Available from: Taylor and Francis Online

Publication: Comparative Education, vol. 57, no. 3

Pages: 1-19

Asia, Comparative education, India, South Asia

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Abstract/Notes: This article discusses the ‘Indianisation’, ‘nationalisation’, and ‘ruralisation’ of the Montessori method in India at the eve, and in the aftermath of the country’s political independence (1947). From 1914 onwards, Indian nationalists received Montessori’s ideas through publications, the networks of the new education movement, and the Theosophical Society. While innovative pre-schools for elite children worked closely with the ‘original’ method, the Nutan Bal Shikshan Sangh (‘New Child Education Society’, NBSS) adapted it to local conditions (‘Indianisation’). The NBSS aimed to universalise Montessori-based child education, as a contribution to nation-building (‘nationalisation’). With the establishment of the Gram Bal Shiksha Kendra (Rural Child Education Centre), in 1945, the NBSS brought the country’s most marginalised into the modernising reach of the new state, furthering Gandhi’s vision of ‘rural reconstruction’ (‘ruralisation’). From these experiments, the institutional model of the Anganwadi emerged, through which today millions of Indian children receive integrated child development services.

Language: English

DOI: 10.1080/03050068.2021.1888408

ISSN: 0305-0068

Article

Commemorative Stamps

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 14

Pages: 104-109

Asia, India, South Asia

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Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

Article

Vertentes da Pedagogia Montessoriana [Strands of Montessorian Pedagogy]

Available from: Brazilian Journals

Publication: Brazilian Journal of Development, vol. 6, no. 6

Pages: 34339-34344

Americas, Brazil, Latin America and the Caribbean, Organização Montessori no Brasil (OMB), South America

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Abstract/Notes: A presente pesquisa bibliográfica busca apresentar uma das mais importantes vertentes da Pedagogia de Maria Montessori, pedagoga que revolucionou a forma de como a criança é compreendida e respeitada, a individualidade. Seu método tem como base a própria criança e sua autonomia. Este tema vem ganhando notoriedade devido ao crescimento de debates e interesse dos pais e professores para com tal pedagogia, uma vez que os resultados obtidos são satisfatórios e deixam as crianças mais empolgadas com o próprio desenvolvimento e o gosto pelo aprender. Porém, a falta de escolas que utilizem da metodologia Montessori dificulta a sua divulgação e deixa os pais e professores sem informação o bastante para aplicá-lo de maneira fiel à suas vertentes. Uma vez que os objetivos estudados por Montessori sejam compreendidos, o professor tem mais clareza ao visualizar em sua sala de aula os alunos como indivíduos capacitados, interessados e autônomos, começando assim a por em prática o que Maria Montessori sempre acreditou. No entanto, é necessário que o professor interessado na metodologia tenha passado por um curso aprovado pela OMB (Organização Montessori no Brasil) para que esteja capacitado a utiliza-la em seu espaço escolar. Porém, nada o impede de que ele coloque em prática nas escolas regulares os valores e ações de tal pedagogia, respeitando a criança e colocando sua autonomia e seu ensino como prioridades. [The present bibliographic research seeks to present one of the most important aspects of the pedagogy of Maria Montessori, an educator who revolutionized the way in which the child's individuality is understood and respected. Her method is based on the child himself and his autonomy. This theme has been gaining notoriety due to the growing debates and interest of parents and teachers towards such pedagogy, since the results obtained are satisfactory and make children more excited about their own development and the taste for learning. However, the lack of schools using the Montessori methodology hinders its dissemination and leaves parents and teachers without enough information to apply it faithfully to its aspects. Once the objectives studied by Montessori are understood, the teacher has more clarity when viewing students in his classroom as trained, interested and autonomous individuals, thus beginning to put into practice what Maria Montessori has always believed. However, it is necessary that the teacher interested in the methodology has passed a course approved by OMB (Montessori Organization in Brazil) so that he is able to use it in his school space. However, nothing prevents him from putting the values ​​and actions of such pedagogy into practice in regular schools, respecting the child and placing his autonomy and teaching as priorities.]

Language: Portuguese

DOI: 10.34117/bjdv6n6-107

ISSN: 2525-8761

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Maria Montessori y Cataluña

Available from: Universidad de Salamanca (Spain)

Publication: Triunfo, vol. 26, no. 472

Pages: 29, 31

Europe, Southern Europe, Spain

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Language: Spanish

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Introducing Our Contributors

Publication: Around the Child, vol. 9

Pages: 90-91

Asia, India, South Asia

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Abstract/Notes: 19 brief contributor biographies

Language: English

ISSN: 0571-1142

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