Archives par mot-clé : Ecoles Montessori

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

Publié dans Besançon Maud, Lubart Todd | Marqué avec , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

Rathunde, K., Csikszentmihalyi, M. (2005). The social context of middle school: Teachers, friends, and activities in Montessori and traditional school environments. Elementary School Journal, 106(1), 59–79.

Abstract This study compared the time use and perceptions of schools, teachers, and friends of approximately 290 demographically matched students in Montessori and traditional middle schools. We used the Experience Sampling Method (ESM) and questionnaires and conducted multivariate analyses showing … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Csikszentmihalyi Mihaly, Rathunde Kevin | Marqué avec , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire

Rinke, C. R., Gimbel, S. J., & Haskell, S. (2013). Opportunities for inquiry science in Montessori classrooms: Learning from a culture of interest, communication, and explanation. Research in Science Education, 43(4), 1517–1533.

Using ethnographic research methods, these authors explored the essential elements of science inquiry in four Montessori classrooms. They concluded that these Montessori classrooms provided opportunities for students to develop lasting interest in science. Abstract Although classroom inquiry is the primary … Continuer la lecture

Publié dans Gimbel Steven J., Haskell Sophie, Rinke Carol R. | Marqué avec , , , , , , , , , , , | Laisser un commentaire