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Children of the Universe: Cosmic Education in the Montessori Elementary Classroom

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The first complete book on Cosmic Education explains Maria Montessori's overall plan for the elementary curriculum. Includes Stories of the Universe, The Solar System, The Earth, Life, Humans and Civilizations. Written by two experienced Montessori teachers who are now teacher-trainers. This text, now used in many training programs, will help anyone seeking to understand C The first complete book on Cosmic Education explains Maria Montessori's overall plan for the elementary curriculum. Includes Stories of the Universe, The Solar System, The Earth, Life, Humans and Civilizations. Written by two experienced Montessori teachers who are now teacher-trainers. This text, now used in many training programs, will help anyone seeking to understand Cosmic Education.


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The first complete book on Cosmic Education explains Maria Montessori's overall plan for the elementary curriculum. Includes Stories of the Universe, The Solar System, The Earth, Life, Humans and Civilizations. Written by two experienced Montessori teachers who are now teacher-trainers. This text, now used in many training programs, will help anyone seeking to understand C The first complete book on Cosmic Education explains Maria Montessori's overall plan for the elementary curriculum. Includes Stories of the Universe, The Solar System, The Earth, Life, Humans and Civilizations. Written by two experienced Montessori teachers who are now teacher-trainers. This text, now used in many training programs, will help anyone seeking to understand Cosmic Education.

54 review for Children of the Universe: Cosmic Education in the Montessori Elementary Classroom

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Reading for my Montessori training - very interesting.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Y Liang

    Gives some interesting historical context which I think explains the shift in thinking that Dr. Montessori makes between the primary and elementary levels. Offers an extensive reference list of Montessori elementary materials, including citations of Montessori's two main works as well as some of her lectures. However, be forewarned that the authors take intellectual leaps with which Montessori would not agree, and which I found disturbing. Gives some interesting historical context which I think explains the shift in thinking that Dr. Montessori makes between the primary and elementary levels. Offers an extensive reference list of Montessori elementary materials, including citations of Montessori's two main works as well as some of her lectures. However, be forewarned that the authors take intellectual leaps with which Montessori would not agree, and which I found disturbing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer Kepesh

    Provides the reasoning for the scope and sequence of culture lessons, with attention to the role of the teacher, the role of the student, the way to combine story and study, with a constant grounding in the purpose of Culture Studies--to help the child ground himself, to help her answer the questions, "Who Am I?" "What is My Purpose?" Provides the reasoning for the scope and sequence of culture lessons, with attention to the role of the teacher, the role of the student, the way to combine story and study, with a constant grounding in the purpose of Culture Studies--to help the child ground himself, to help her answer the questions, "Who Am I?" "What is My Purpose?"

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    I really appreciated the layout of the Cosmic Education in such a clear way. A definite must read for every Montessori professional.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Holly

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    Tiffanypeng

    I want to study this book

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