Archives par mot-clé : Early childhood education

Yen, S., & Ispa, J. M. (2000). Children’s temperament and behavior in Montessori and constructivist early childhood programs. Early Education and Development, 11(2), 171–186.

This study explores the relationship between temperament and behavioral adjustment in constructivist and Montessori programs. The methodology included teacher ratings of behavior and maternal ratings of temperament for 102 children. The findings indicated a small but noticeable tendency for active … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Ispa Jean M., Yen Shu-Chen | Marqué avec , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

Rule, A. C., & Stewart, R. A. (2002). Effects of practical life materials on kindergarteners’ fine motor skills. Early Childhood Education Journal, 30(1), 9–13.

 The hypothesis for this study was: Materials that promote use of fine motor skills developed from Montessori’s theory will improve children’s fine motor skills in a public school kindergarten when compared to more traditional fine motor activities. Using a pre-test-post-test … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Rule Audrey C., Stewart Roger A. | Marqué avec , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

Lillard, A. (2012). Preschool Children’s Development in Classic Montessori, Supplemented Montessori, and Conventional Programs. Journal of School Psychology 50.

Abstract Research on the outcomes of Montessori education is scarce and results are inconsistent. One possible reason for the inconsistency is variations in Montessori implementation fidelity. To test whether outcomes vary according to implementation fidelity, we examined preschool children enrolled … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Lillard Angelina S. | Marqué avec , , , , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire