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Maria Montessori Maria Montessori (1870-1952) brought about a revolution in the classroom. She developed a method of teaching small children and inspired a movement that carried that method into every corner of the wo Full description


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Thorough, but left me hanging 7 mai 2004
Par Leptoquark - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book covers Maria Montessori's life very thoroughly. It covers her life well, but it would have been nice to include something of an afterword on what happened to the Montessori movement after her death, it's re-emergence in the US, a little of what Mario Montessori did with AMI, etc. Rita Kramer gave me a good understanding of how Montessori was able to rub some people the wrong way, which had an effect on the success of the movement here in the US. I don't really begrudge her trying to keep tight control over the movement, and I can see it from her point of view, after all, as Kramer points out, the movement had her name attached to it, for good and ill. If it had been presented as a neutral method, or if she had taken an academic post, and therefore didn't have to be so invested in the didactic apparatus, her ideas may have spread farther. I was also interested in what happened to the method in the US after WWI, since Kramer points out that, for example, the Rhode Island school system adopted Montessori for its public schools in something like 1910. When did they go back? Kramer did do a good job of explaining why the method caught on in some countries and not others. The real tragedy was in Vienna, which had a thriving Montessori community in the 20's and early 30's, but which was wiped out in WWII. This book gave me an appreciation for Maria Montessori I didn't have before, and reinforced my opinion that, politics aside, with the grown-ups talking and arguing about committees, names and priorities, what's important is where the rubber meets the road, that is, in the classroom. In the classroom, when you're down with the kids watching what they do, you can see the fundamental truth in Montessori's approach.
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Honest, well researched account 25 avril 2005
Par T. R. Mccabe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Right away there was the happy possibility that I would have a positive response to Maria Montessori: A Biography since the book was written by -none other than - Rita Kramer. She is also the author of the investigative account Ed School Follies: the Miseducation of America's Teachers. She has also been a contributor to some solid periodicals, such as The Wilson Quarterly, American Heritage, and the American Spectator. And she is certainly a reader of that great French-born American teacher, the venerable Jacques Barzun (99 years old!). Ms. Kramer seems to have accepted an offer to write this particular biography based on her expertise in early education, her reputation for solid research, and an objective journalistic approach to her work, but presumably not as a Montessorian. What the reader gets is a factual, historically accurate, rolling account of a person worth the biography. Granted, I'm sold on Montessori anyway, regardless of the struggling doctor's genius or shortcomings, so this story for me is more for a good read on how it all came together. And a good read it is, by any standard.
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Must read, if you want to understand the genius behind the movement 28 mars 2012
Par DM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
My daughter joined a Montessori school when she was two and a half, and I have closely observed her progress and the Montessori pedagogy since then. I continue to be amazed at the genius of this woman, the hurdles that she had to endure, the strength of her character, and the resiliency and power of her message. I won't go into details on the actual pedagody, but I will say that I am so impressed with this educational system that I have seriously consider dropping out of my PhD program at Brandeis and pursuing a Montessorian education as a teacher. The quality of education is astounding beyond words... This book helped me acquire a better understanding of Maria Montessori, not just her methods, but her approach to education as rooted in the historical and cultural milieu of her times. Some of the scenes stand out in my mind - when she became the first woman physician in Italy... when her poor ghetto children learned good manners and how to write by the age of 4, so much so that the uber wealthy asked Maria to open a school for their children, so that they could also be as smart as the ghetto kids...

Kramer's book is truly excellent. Her research is meticulous, highly detailed, and informative. As a PhD student, I recognize good research when I see it. I even emailed the author to thank her for this phenomenal book, which is something I had never done before.

I should say that I particularly enjoyed the first half of the book or so - the remainder got a bit tedious (with all those international conferences and such) (No fault of the author, btw). There were a few typos in the book, but no other major flaw.

I think anyone who's seriously interested in reforming our educational system should read this book.
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Excellent Introduction to the life of Montessori 22 janvier 2007
Par Rev. Charles Williams - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a well written* and compelling book. It sets out quite clearly the strengths and weaknesses of both Dr. Montessori and her method.

It is an important read for anyone considering closer ties to the Montessori movement (in its various forms).

And like any good art, it raises as many questions as it answers...

...some of which could make Montessorians quite uncomfortable!

*there are some annoying typos
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Excellent 30 juillet 2013
Par Pandora, author of 'Hunger For Atlantis' - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is one of the only paperback books that I have bought as a new book. Although I normally buy used books, the Book is worth full price because of the research and development.

I greatly admire Montessori's 'way of life' but I discarded the Montessori Biography by Standing because of his egocentric style. Miss Kramer is more objective. However, I do have disagreements with some of her assessments, but the facts are there for anyone to judge; and I consider the disagreements minor in comparison to the tremendous Book. Miss Kramer shows layers that I could not find in other material. I also found that I could deduce many facts from the material. Reading it was like finding the missing links from the other books that I had read about Montessori.

By reading Montessori's own work, I always felt that she concealed many of her conflicts. That was until Miss Kramer answered my questions. As if she had asked the same questions as I did.
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