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Washington S.T.A.R.S. [State Training and Registry System of teacher professional development]

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 10-11

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Abstract/Notes: Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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Parent Participation in the Montessori School

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 5-6

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Abstract/Notes: Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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XIIIth International Montessori Congress 1-4 April 1964

Publication: Communications (Association Montessori Internationale, 195?-2008), vol. 1963, no. 1/2

Pages: 1

Conferences, Europe, Holland, Holland, Western Europe

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Language: English

ISSN: 0519-0959

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Montessori: The Original D.A.P.? [Developmentally Appropriate Practice]

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 4

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Abstract/Notes: Presentation at Washington Association for the Education of Young Children. Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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Following the Child... Around the World

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 8

Asia, Bangladesh, China, East Asia, India, Japan, Montessori schools, Nepal, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Thailand, Tibet

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Abstract/Notes: Visits to Montessori schools in India, Nepal, Tibet, Bangladesh, Thailand, China, Japan. Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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Where Montessori and the Public School Meet [Bryant Elementary, Tacoma, WA]

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 10-11

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Abstract/Notes: Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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Letter from Laura Holt

Publication: PNMA Newsletter

Pages: 2

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Abstract/Notes: Newsletter of the Pacific Northwest Montessori Association (Kirkland, Washington).

Language: English

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Montessori-Kongress in Würzburg

Publication: Montessori-Werkbrief (Montessori-Vereinigung e.V.), vol. 26, no. 2

Pages: 93

Conferences, Europe, Germany, Western Europe

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Language: German

ISSN: 0722-2513

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Review on Montessori Educators' Opinions Concerning the Digital Assessment Tool They Use in Terms of 21st-Century Skills

Available from: Asian Institute of Research

Publication: Education Quarterly Reviews, vol. 4, no. Special Issue 1: Primary and Secondary Education

Pages: 291-306

Asia, Europe, Middle East, Southern Europe, Spain, Turkey, Western Asia

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Abstract/Notes: This study aimed to examine the opinions of Montessori educators on the digital assessment tool they use in terms of 21st-century teacher skills. The study sample covered 14 Montessori educators working in early childhood classes in public and private preschool educational institutions, located in Barcelona and Istanbul, where the Montessori educational approach is applied. In the study, the experiences of the Montessori educators with the digital assessment tool they use as the assessment tool were examined in terms of the identified 21st-century teacher skills. To this end, the research was designed with a phenomenological approach in the qualitative research method. The data were obtained through the personal information form and structured interview questions prepared for the digital assessment tool used by the Montessori educators. In the analysis of this data, the phenomenological study of Moustakas (1994) was introduced through the steps of the analysis. The perspectives of the Montessori educators concerning digital assessment, their application experiences regarding the digital assessment tool, and their views on their experiences were discussed in terms of utilization of the digital tool applications, as well as to use and evaluate information, their skills regarding collaborative work and communication, and finally their communication skills with the parents, which are among the 21st-century teacher skills. It was concluded that different factors influenced the opinions of the Montessori educators, where there were positive and negative expressions within the scope of these skills regarding the digital assessment tool.

Language: English

DOI: 10.31014/aior.1993.04.02.247

ISSN: 2621-5799, 2657-215X

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Pädagogische Kulturtransfers Italien-Tessin (1894-1936) [Cultural Transfers Between Educational Systems: Italy-Ticino (1894-1936) / Transfer culturali tra sistemi educativi: Italia-Ticino (1894-1936) / Transferts culturels entre systèmes éducatifs: Italie-Tessin (1894-1936)]

Available from: Universität Bern

Publication: Schweizerische Zeitschrift fuer Bildungswissenschaften / Swiss Journal of Educational Research, vol. 40, no. 1

Pages: 49-66

Europe, Italy, Montessori method of education - History, Switzerland, Western Europe

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Abstract/Notes: In the period 1880-1940 the education system of italian-speaking Canton Ticino was seeing pedagogical transfers coming from Italy. In a first period, the peagogical élite although deied that these pedagocal ideas came from Italy, using the terminological (and ideological) construction of “Metodo intuitivo” (i.e. Pestalozzi and Girard as the only fathers of the method). After 1910 the pedagogical influence of italian New Education (Montessori, Lombardo-Radice) grew more because the general interest in Ticino for italian culture grew with the movement for Defence of Ticino’s italian identity. World war 1 and fascism brought the New Education fellows in Ticino into a deep dilemma: their pedagogical ideas and actions were accepted only if accompanied by a total distance from any official italian political position. This was very difficult and led at the end to a growing total distance from Italy, even if the pedagogical élite tried to avoid the complete end of any cultural contact with Italy. The end cames with Abyssinia war and World war II that led to a total isolation of Ticino from Italy.

Language: German

DOI: 10.24452/sjer.40.1.5052

ISSN: 2624-8492

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