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The Montessori method

Author: Maria Montessori; Anne E George
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Recording for the Blind & Dyslexic, 2006.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook : English
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This is an introduction to the author's teaching methods. The Montessori system emphasizes the development of individuality in the child and the careful training of the senses. Education is controlled by interpersonal relations between the children rather than between teacher and child. 500 Continues the pagination of the author's ... Vol. One, To 1715.
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Maria Montessori; Anne E George
OCLC Number: 75418876
Notes: Originally published: New York, NY : Schocken Books, c1964.
Translation of Il metodo della pedagogia scientifica.
Reprint. Edition originally published by Schocken Books in 1964 ; text unaltered from original edition.
Description: Sound disc : digital, mono, ; 3/4 in.
Contents: Critical consideration of the new pedagogy in its relation to modern science --
History of methods --
Inaugural address delivered on the occasion of the opening of one of the "children's houses" --
Discipline --
How the lesson should be given --
Exercises of practical life --
Refection - the child's diet --
Muscular education - gymnastics --
Nature in education, agricultural labour, culture of plants and animals --
Manual labour - the potter's art, and building --
Education of the senses --
Education of the senses and illustrations of the didactic material, general sensiblity, the tactile, thermic, baric and stereognostic senses --
General notes on teh education of teh senses --
Intellectual education --
Method for the teaching of reading and writing --
Description of the method and didactic material used --
Language in childhood --
Teaching of numeration, introduction to arithmetic --
Sequence of exercises --
General review of discipline --
Conclusions and impressions.
Other Titles: Metodo della pedagogia scientifica.
Responsibility: by Maria Montessori ; [translated from the Italian by Anne E. George] ; introduction by J. McV. Hunt.

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This is an introduction to the author's teaching methods. The Montessori system emphasizes the development of individuality in the child and the careful training of the senses. Education is controlled by interpersonal relations between the children rather than between teacher and child. 500 Continues the pagination of the author's ... Vol. One, To 1715.

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