THE MONTESSORI METHOD BOOK

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This book is Montessori's own exposition of the theory behind her innovative educational techniques. She shows parents, teachers and administrators how to . The Montessori Method by Maria Montessori immediately captivated social The book begins with a collection of Montessori's speeches and then moves onto. Free site book and epub digitized and proofread by Project The Montessori Method by Maria Montessori Read this book online: HTML.

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The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required. Education of the tactile, thermic and baric senses -- Education of the stereognostic sense -- Education of the senses of taste and smell -- Education of the sense of vision -- Exercises with the three series of cards -- Education of the chromatic sense -- Exercise for the discrimination of sounds -- Musical education -- Tests for acuteness of hearing -- A lesson in silence -- XIV.

General notes on the education of the senses. Aim in education biological and social -- Education of the senses makes men observers and prepares them directly for practical life -- XV. Intellectual education.

Sense exercises a species of auto-education -- Importance of an exact nomenclature, and how to teach it -- Spontaneous progress of the child the greatest triumph of scientific pedagogy -- Games of the blind -- Application of the visual sense to the observation of environment -- Method of using didactic material: dimensions, form, design -- Free plastic work -- Geometric analysis of figures -- Exercises in the chromatic sense --" en ; schema:description "XXI.

General review of discipline. Discipline better than in ordinary schools -- First dawning of discipline comes through work -- Orderly action is the true rest for muscles intended by nature for action -- The exercise that develops life consists in the repetition, not in the mere grasp of the idea -- Aim of repetition that the child shall refine his senses through the exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment -- Obedience is naturally sacrifice -- Obedience develops will-power and the capacity to perform the act it becomes necessary to obey -- XXII.

MONTESSORI METHOD

Conclusions and impressions. The teacher has become the director of spontaneous work in the "Children's Houses" -- The problems of religious education should be solved by positive pedagogy -- Spiritual influence of the "Children's Houses".

Method for the teaching of reading and writing. Description of the method and didactic material used. Exercise tending to develop the muscular mechanism necessary in holding and using the instrument in writing -- Didactic material for writing -- Exercise tending to establish the visual-muscular image of the alphabetical signs, and to establish the muscular memory of the movements necessary to writing -- Exercises for the composition of words -- Reading, the interpretation of an idea from written signs -- Games for the reading of words -- Games for the reading of phrases -- Point education has reached in the "Children's Houses" -- XVIII.

Language in childhood. Physiological importance of graphic language -- Two periods in the development of language -- Analysis of speech necessary -- Defects of language due to education -- XIX. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Details Document Type: Maria Montessori Find more information about: Maria Montessori. Reviews Editorial reviews. Publisher Synopsis -[T]he family life educator will find it useful to read the book, especially in this edition with its able introduction by Professor Hunt.

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Primary Entity http: CreativeWork , schema: A critical consideration of the new pedagogy in its relation to modern science. Influence of modern science upon pedagogy -- Italy's part in the development of scientific pedagogy -- Difference between scientific technique and the scientific spirit -- Direction of the preparation should be toward the spirit rather than toward the mechanism -- The master to study man in the awakening of his intellectual life -- Attitude of the teacher in the light of another example -- The school must permit the free natural manifestations of the child if in the school scientific pedagogy is to be born -- Stationary desks and chairs proof that the principle of slavery still informs the school -- Conquest of liberty, what the school needs -- What may happen to the spirit -- Prizes and punishments, the bench of the soul -- All human victories, all human progress, stand upon the inner force -- II.

History of methods. Inaugural address delivered on the occasion of the opening of one of the "Children's Houses". The Quarter of San Lorenzo before and since the establishment of the "Children's Houses" -- Evil of subletting the most cruel form of usury -- The problem of life more profound than that of the intellectual elevation of the poor -- Isolation of the masses of the poor, unknown to past centuries -- Work of the Roman Association of Good Building and the moral importance of their reforms -- The "Children's House" earned by the parents through their care of the building -- Pedagogical organization of the "Children's House" -- The "Children's House" the first step toward the socialisation of the house -- The communised house in its relation to the home and to the spiritual evolution of women -- Rules and regulations of the "Children's Houses" -- IV.

Pedagogical methods used in the "Children's Houses". Child psychology can be established only through the method of external observation -- Anthropological consideration -- Anthropological notes -- Environment and schoolroom furnishings -- V.

Manual labour: Difference between manual labour and manual gymnastics -- The School of Educative Art -- Archaeological, historical, and artistic importance of the vase -- Manufacture of diminutive bricks and construction of diminutive walls and houses -- XII.

Education of the senses.

Education of the senses and illustrations of the didactic material: Education of the tactile, thermic and baric senses -- Education of the stereognostic sense -- Education of the senses of taste and smell -- Education of the sense of vision -- Exercises with the three series of cards -- Education of the chromatic sense -- Exercise for the discrimination of sounds -- Musical education -- Tests for acuteness of hearing -- A lesson in silence -- XIV.

General notes on the education of the senses.

Aim in education biological and social -- Education of the senses makes men observers and prepares them directly for practical life -- XV. Intellectual education.

Sense exercises a species of auto-education -- Importance of an exact nomenclature, and how to teach it -- Spontaneous progress of the child the greatest triumph of scientific pedagogy -- Games of the blind -- Application of the visual sense to the observation of environment -- Method of using didactic material: General review of discipline.

Discipline better than in ordinary schools -- First dawning of discipline comes through work -- Orderly action is the true rest for muscles intended by nature for action -- The exercise that develops life consists in the repetition, not in the mere grasp of the idea -- Aim of repetition that the child shall refine his senses through the exercise of attention, of comparison, of judgment -- Obedience is naturally sacrifice -- Obedience develops will-power and the capacity to perform the act it becomes necessary to obey -- XXII.

Conclusions and impressions. The teacher has become the director of spontaneous work in the "Children's Houses" -- The problems of religious education should be solved by positive pedagogy -- Spiritual influence of the "Children's Houses".

The Montessori Method by Maria Montessori

Method for the teaching of reading and writing. Spontaneous development of graphic language: Description of the method and didactic material used. Exercise tending to develop the muscular mechanism necessary in holding and using the instrument in writing -- Didactic material for writing -- Exercise tending to establish the visual-muscular image of the alphabetical signs, and to establish the muscular memory of the movements necessary to writing -- Exercises for the composition of words -- Reading, the interpretation of an idea from written signs -- Games for the reading of words -- Games for the reading of phrases -- Point education has reached in the "Children's Houses" -- XVIII.But I will not attempt to speak of this more fully here.

To differentiate in method between these two kinds of activity may be the best way to keep them both in an effective educational programme. Every branch of experimental science has grown out of the application of a method peculiar to itself.

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The master is to study man in the awakening of his intellectual life. To most American teachers and to all kindergartners this principle has long been familiar; they will but welcome now a new and eloquent statement of it from a modern viewpoint.

It is the home of him who undergoes the period of surveillance to which he is condemned after his prison sentence is ended. It is just these fundamental features, however, which will be most bitterly attacked whenever the social status of the original Casa dei Bambini is forgotten.