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Grant, Emily, 2015, The Pink Tower Meets the Ivory Tower: Adapting Montessori Teaching Methods for Law School Arkansas Law Review, Vol. 68, No. 3.

Abstract Some principles of teaching are timeless. Maria Montessori developed a methodology for teaching children over 100 years ago, nearly the same time as Christopher Columbus Langdell was adapting the Socratic Method for teaching law students. Law school professors can … Continuer la lecture

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Brehony, K. J. (2000). Montessori, individual work, and individuality in the elementary school classroom. History of Education, 29(2), 115–128.

This author examines the role Montessori had in promoting individualized instruction over whole group education. A historical overview of educational movements in England and the U.S. is provided. The article emphasized that in addition to promoting the concept of individual … Continuer la lecture

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DiCarlo, C. F., Pierce, S. H., Baumgartner, J., Harris, M. E., & Ota, C. (2012). Whole-group instruction practices and children’s attention: A preliminary report. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 26(2), 154–168.

Abstract This study developed a typology of recommended teacher practices related to whole-group instruction in preschool classrooms and examined the relationship between teachers’ use of the practices and children’s attentiveness. Thirty-nine classrooms in 31 schools (15 public and 16 private) … Continuer la lecture

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