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Carroll College

1959

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An Historical Research Into The Clinical And Pedagogical Implications Of The Work Of Maria Montessori, M. D., Donna Hamblet Apr 1959

An Historical Research Into The Clinical And Pedagogical Implications Of The Work Of Maria Montessori, M. D., Donna Hamblet

Education Undergraduate Theses

Real education ceases when it becomes static. For decades it has been based on the influence of the men of the particular era. Men such as Rousseau, Pestalozzi, Herbart and Froebel have all had a dynamic effect upon education. Their philosophies, theories and methods came into vogue and were adhered to for a time. Their pedagogical contributions have not passed into obscurity. Many of their principles and ideas have been borrowed, extended and altered by other leading educators to meet the needs of the time.

About the turn of the century a new figure, distinguished particularly by her sex, came ...