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The Montessori Method [Anglais] [Broché]

Maria Montessori

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1 juillet 2002
This book is Montessori's own exposition of the theory behind her innovative educational techniques. She shows parents, teachers and administrators how to "free a child to learn through his own efforts".
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Don't buy this paperback version! 12 juillet 2008
Par K. Wang - Publié sur
This paperback version published by [...] (ISBN 9562915824) excludes most of the original illustrations/pictures/photos without indication in the product description, which, I think, has largely lowered the quality and damaged contents of this book. So, this book is not what it was supposed to be. Reading experience of it is terrible! My zero start for it.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 A useful classic, but very dated 17 novembre 2003
Par Nicholas Dujmovic - Publié sur
While there is much to commend this book, especially for parents of children in Montessori programs (which is why I read it), there is also much about it that is a problem. First, there is a gushiness in Montessori's utopian descriptions of how her program will create a "new man"--it's almost Leninist in its cadence, and it made me wonder whether Mussolini liked her Children's Houses. The disrespect for what children learn at home is palpable. Second, the section on the diet for children is hopelessly out of date. I'm sure her views, circa 1900, were the best science could offer, but we've gone way beyond advocating a diet rich in fats and sugar and prohibiting all milk products except butter. Third, there is too much detail for the general reader (i.e. most parents) about linguistic theory--and I really like linguistics. Her strengths, of course, are her emphases on the liberty and independence of the child (tempered by concern for society), stimulation and development of the senses, and the importance of writing. This inexpensive edition is worth having, but expect to skim a lot.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 a classic work on pedagogy 18 juillet 2002
Par Vladimir Kornea - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Here, Maria Montessori introduces a scientific approach to pedagogy. The Montessori schools which she established and developed are intended for children three to seven years of age. The children are allowed as much freedom as possible and are provided with "didactic materials" which are various artifacts which they can use to educate themselves. They are supervised by a single directress whose primary task is to observe the children and direct their efforts by explaining to them how various didactic materials are used (it's very simple, but nothing is obvious to a young child). This book offers some valuable concete advice, but its primary use to me was as an introduction to the approach of scientific pedagogy. The basic premises as I understand them are that (1) children have a natural desire to learn and (2) one can learn how to live in freedom only by being free. These premises are fully supported and fleshed out in the book. The Montessori method achieved startling results, with four year old children (on average) learning to be masters of themselves, disciplined, benevolent, self-confident, and capable of reading and writing. Every educator should be familiar with Maria Montessori's work.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Wonderful approach! please read before taking sociopath claims of a previous reviewer seriously 16 avril 2009
Par Tanya - Publié sur
The book is dry, I do admit...but it is sound. I really wanted to reply to the review claims made by a Doctor (of what I am not terribly sure) that this will turn your children into sociopaths.

As per my post in the comments reply section, I attended a Montessori myself as a child. I would share with you all the wonderful attributes I posses that I believe are a direct result of a Montessori based education, but what would that really say? None of you know me personally.

However, you might find it interesting (and quite ironic under the current circumstances)to know that Jeff Bezos (you know, the guy who created Amazon...the very site you are on at this instant!) attended a Montessori. (feel free to look it up if you wish!) The founders of Google (Larry Page and Sergey Brin) also attended Montessori schools. In fact, in an interview with Barbara Walters, they were both quoted as giving all the credit behind their sucess to their years as Montessori students. (Feel free to look that up too, everything I have stated can be researched and verified.)

I will give you a short list of Montessori supporters I have found online. These people have either attended themselves, sent their children, or have otherwise supported Montessori education:
Alice Waters, Friedrich Hundertwasser, Julia Child, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Helen Keller, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Mahatma Gandhi, Buckminster Fuller, Leo Tolstoy, Bertrand Russell, Jean Piaget, Erik Erikson, John Holt, Ann Frank, the Dalai Lama, Jacqueline Kennedy, Prince William and Prince Harry of the English royal family, Cher Bono, Yul Brynner, Bill and Hillary Clinton, and Yo Yo Ma.

Last I checked, not a sociopath in the bunch. Just food for thought.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 This book is a complete gip off 16 janvier 2011
Par stevenhaddox - Publié sur
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Although this book is completely legal, it is literally a poorly made xerox of one of the original Montesorri Method books. The first few pages are normal text, but as soon as you hit anything you want to read the book is a poor reproduction.

Due to the original work being more than 30 years old this is completely legal, just really poorly done. Be sure to by one of the other books on the Montessori method and stay away from this one.

Also, Amazon's "look inside" this book is _not_ of the book I received as it shows the index in plain text. The index is most certainly a xerox just like the rest of the book.
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