Archives par mot-clé : Montessori

Serina-Karsky Fabienne, 2013, “L’enfant à l’école : la conception de l’enfant dans l’Education nouvelle, de la théorie à la pratique”, Thèse en sciences de l’éducation sous la direction d’Antoine Savoye. Université Paris 8-Vincennes-Saint-Denis

Abstract  The objective of this thesis is to bring forward the conception of the child in school within the main theorists founders of progressive education (Claparede, Cousinet, Decroly, Dewey, Freinet, Montessori, …), and to show how this conception has evolved, … Continuer la lecture

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Borman, G., Hewes, G., Overman, L., Brown, S. (2003). Comprehensive school reform and achievement: A meta-analysis. Review of educational research, 73(2), p. 125-230.

Abstract This meta-analysis reviews research on the achievement effects of comprehensive school reform (CSR) and summarizes the specific effects of 29 widely implemented models. There are limitations on the overall quantity and quality of the research base, but the overall … Continuer la lecture

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Tzuo, P. (2007). The tension between teacher control and children’s freedom in a child-centered classroom: Resolving the practical dilemma through a closer look at the related theories. Early Childhood Education Journal, 35(1), 33–39.

According to this author, Piaget, Vygotsky, Dewey, and Montessori shared similar views related to childcentered education. With that as the theoretical stage, the relation between teacher control and children’s freedom in a classroom is explored. This author concludes that high … Continuer la lecture

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