Technology in the Montessori Classroom: Teachers’ Beliefs and Technology Use
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Technology in the Montessori Classroom: Teachers’ Beliefs and Technology Use

This qualitative study investigates four Upper Elementary Montessori teachers’ attitudes toward technology and technology integration in a public school setting. By Sara Jolly Jones

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The Benefits of Individual, Paired and Group Lessons in a Montessori Children’s House
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The Benefits of Individual, Paired and Group Lessons in a Montessori Children’s House

Depending on the student, the lesson, and the guide, this author suggests there are different times when a teacher could benefit from the use of any of the 3: group, paired, or individual lessons in an Early Childhood classroom. By Francina Lelei

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The Characteristics of Problem-Solving Transfer in a Montessori Classroom
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The Characteristics of Problem-Solving Transfer in a Montessori Classroom

How are problem-solving skills developed in a Montessori Upper Elementary environment and how do those skills transfer to new situations? By Janet Hall Bagby

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The Child and Nature: Re-Integrating the Whole
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The Child and Nature: Re-Integrating the Whole

Have you ever wondered about the changing relationship between the child and nature through time? This thesis also includes a lesson for young children and suggestions for re-integrating humankind with nature and the Universe. By Linda Engelhart

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The Early Years: Evaluating Montessori Education
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The Early Years: Evaluating Montessori Education

This seminal work by Drs. Lillard and Else-Quest employs a robust research design to support the effectiveness of Montessori education, and launches a powerful body of work that continues to grow today. By Angeline Lillard

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The Effect of Visual-Spatial Stimulation on Emergent Readers at Risk for Specific Learning Disability in Read
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The Effect of Visual-Spatial Stimulation on Emergent Readers at Risk for Specific Learning Disability in Read

After studying Montessori emergent readers' recognition of words written in a traditional flat font compared to the same words written in a 3-dimensional-appearing font, the authors suggest that students at risk for either a specific learning disability in reading or dyslexia may benefit from the use of 3-dimensional font. By Victoria Selden Zascavage, Ginger Kelley McKenzie, Max Buot, Carol Woods, Fellow Orton-Gillingham

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The Effects of a Peace Curriculum on Reducing and Resolving Conflicts among Children Ages 3-6 Years
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The Effects of a Peace Curriculum on Reducing and Resolving Conflicts among Children Ages 3-6 Years

Implementation of a peace curriculum in an Early Childhood classroom led to a clear reduction in the number of daily conflicts among the children and conflicts requiring little or no teacher involvement in the resolution. By Maria T. Morningstar

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The Effects of Choice on Reading Engagement and Comprehension for Second- and Third-Grade Students: An Action Research Report
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The Effects of Choice on Reading Engagement and Comprehension for Second- and Third-Grade Students: An Action Research Report

This study suggests that when second- and third-grade students choose books on their own, reading comprehension approves. By Julie Fraumeni-Mcbride

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The Effects of Interactivity, Scaffolding and Modeling on Children’s Attention and Engagement During Read Aloud Time
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The Effects of Interactivity, Scaffolding and Modeling on Children’s Attention and Engagement During Read Aloud Time

Teacher researchers found support for their hypothesis that strategies like interactivity, scaffolding, and modeling enthusiasm would help to foster deeper connections, conversation, and literary skills when used during read-aloud time. By Sara Agnello and Mary Yengle

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The Effects of Teaching Cultural Awareness at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center - Workshop - 2017 Conference
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The Effects of Teaching Cultural Awareness at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center - Workshop - 2017 Conference

Workshop: "The Effects of Teaching Cultural Awareness at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center" - Presenter: Cara L. McCain - Video https://youtu.be/akEcPCDWC-Y

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The Effects of Technology on Engagement and Retention Among Upper Elementary Montessori Students
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The Effects of Technology on Engagement and Retention Among Upper Elementary Montessori Students

Discover how implementing technology produced results in the areas of student preference, increased engagement, and even an improvement in accuracy for one upper elementary classroom. By Justin Tosco

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The Effects of the Natural Environment and Classroom On-Task Behavior
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The Effects of the Natural Environment and Classroom On-Task Behavior

The Effects of the Natural Environment and Classroom On-Task Behavior. Unpublished master’s action research project, University of Wisconsin, River Falls, WI. By Mitch Burow

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