Arts Integration in Montessori Mathematics
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Arts Integration in Montessori Mathematics

By incorporating art alongside math, this teacher as researcher found that Upper Elementary student engagement in mathematics increased over time as students became more confident in both their art and math skills.

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Assessing Collaboration: How Teachers in Montessori Public Schools Incorporate Collaborative Constructs for Students in Inclusion - Workshop - 2016 Conference
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Assessing Collaboration: How Teachers in Montessori Public Schools Incorporate Collaborative Constructs for Students in Inclusion - Workshop - 2016 Conference

Workshop: “Assessing Collaboration: How Teachers in Montessori Public Schools Incorporate Collaborative Constructs for Students in Inclusion ” - Presenter: Dr. Dena AuCoin - https://youtu.be/pM4czoOgl_M

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Assessment and Instructional Decision-Making in Montessori Early Childhood Classrooms
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Assessment and Instructional Decision-Making in Montessori Early Childhood Classrooms

Do Montessori teachers use observational assessment in an effective way? This research investigated assessment and decision-making strategies in Montessori Early Childhood classrooms.

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Assessment Practices Used by Montessori Teachers of Kindergarten through Sixth-Grade Students in the United States
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Assessment Practices Used by Montessori Teachers of Kindergarten through Sixth-Grade Students in the United States

Research on student evaluation practices used by Montessori Elementary teachers was gathered through questionnaires analyzed using both quantitative and qualitative methods. The dissertation illuminates important findings as well as suggestions for future research and teacher support.

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Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa’s View at the End of Her Life Part 2
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Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa’s View at the End of Her Life Part 2

Maria Montessori developed a form of education in the first half of the last century that came to be called by her surname, and research indicates it often has positive outcomes. By Angeline S Lillard, Virginia McHugh

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Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa’s View at the End of Her Life Part I
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Authentic Montessori: The Dottoressa’s View at the End of Her Life Part I

Maria Montessori developed a form of education in the first half of the last century that came to be called by her surname, and research indicates it often has positive outcomes. By Angeline S Lillard, Virginia McHugh

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Autonomous Motivation: Self-Determination Theory and the Montessori Method - Workshop - 2017 Conference
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Autonomous Motivation: Self-Determination Theory and the Montessori Method - Workshop - 2017 Conference

Workshop: "Autonomous Motivation: Self-Determination Theory (SDT) and the Montessori Method" - Presenter: Jack Eiford - Video https://youtu.be/pRi3b8R8oN0

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Becoming Montessorian: Voices from the Journey - Workshop - 2016 Conference
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Becoming Montessorian: Voices from the Journey - Workshop - 2016 Conference

Workshop: “Becoming Montessori: Voices from the Journey ” - Presenter: Sarah Pfenninger

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Benefits of Choice in a Montessori Classroom on Student’s Behavior and Focus
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Benefits of Choice in a Montessori Classroom on Student’s Behavior and Focus

Montessori Middle School students were presented with various choices throughout their math classes, which resulted in greater levels of engagement, improved completion rates, and self-reported increases in work quality.

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Benefits of Movement on a Montessori Classroom
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Benefits of Movement on a Montessori Classroom

When Early Childhood Montessori students were given the opportunity to take a movement break while working on a lesson, this teacher as researcher found her students' concentration levels increased and they focused for longer periods of time.

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Beyond Circle Singing: A Critical Participatory Action Research Approach to the Development of a Child-Directed Music Curriculum - 2019 Conference
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Beyond Circle Singing: A Critical Participatory Action Research Approach to the Development of a Child-Directed Music Curriculum - 2019 Conference

The purpose of this critical participatory action research study was to document Brooke’s work (in collaboration with Diana) to address a perceived learning inequity in her primary classroom by co-developing and implementing a curriculum that is child-directed and focused on sound exploration and music learning.

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Beyond Good Manners: Gratitude and Student Engagement in Lower Elementary
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Beyond Good Manners: Gratitude and Student Engagement in Lower Elementary

This action research found that younger Elementary students could be taught to recognize different aspects of beneficial exchanges and to express gratitude to an appropriate degree with positive effects on social-emotional development and student engagement.

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