Archives par mot-clé : Children

Taggart J., Fukuda E., and Lillard, A. S., 2018, Children’s Preference for Real Activities: Even Stronger in the Montessori Children’s House, Journal of Montessori Research, Volume 4, Issue 2, pp. 1-9.

Keywords: children, Montessori, preschool, activities, preferences, pretend, real Abstract: In the United States, children are often given the opportunity to engage in pretend activities; many believe this kind of play benefits children’s development (Haight & Miller, 1993; Haight, Masiello, Dickson, … Continuer la lecture

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BesanÇon, M., Lubart, T., & Barbot, B. (2013). Creative giftedness and educational opportunities. Educational & Child Psychology, 30(2), 79-88.

Abstract In contrast to intellectual giftedness reflected in high academic performance and often measured by IQ tests, there is growing recognition that other forms of giftedness exist. This paper focuses on creative giftedness, defined as high potential to produce work … Continuer la lecture

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Belliveau, G. (2012). Shakespeare and literacy: A case study in a primary classroom. Journal of Social Sciences, 8(2), 170–176.

This qualitative study followed a class of 22 children in a multiage Montessori classroom to determine how specific strategies fostered an appreciation and understanding of a Shakespearean play. The author identified five literacy-based strategies that were most effective in achieving … Continuer la lecture

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Besançon, M., Lubart, T. (2008). Differences in the development of creative competencies in children schooled in diverse learning environments. Learning and Individual Differences, 18, 391–399.

This two-year study examined creativity development in first through fifth graders in four Parisian schools. Two sites used traditional pedagogy and two used alternative pedagogies, specifically Freinet and Montessori. Overall, students who attended a Montessori or Freinet setting performed higher … Continuer la lecture

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