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Correo del maestro
Revista

Correo del maestro es una publicación mensual, independiente, cuya finalidad fundamental es abrir un espacio de difusión e intercambio de experiencias docentes y propuestas educativas entre los maestros de educación básica. Asimismo, CORREO del MAESTRO tiene el propósito de ofrecer lecturas y materiales que puedan servir de apoyo a su formación y a su labor diaria en el aula. Tiene algunos artículos de acceso gratuito.

 
         
     

Revista Electrónica de Investigación Educativa

La REDIE Revista Electrónica de Investigación Educativa es una publicación del Instituto de Investigación y Desarrollo Educativo de la Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

 
         
   

Vamos a jugar 
Cortometraje

Sinopsis: Es un día cualquiera en la escuela, hasta que la maestra le pide a Memito que le cuente como le fue con la tarea, es ahí donde él comienza a narrar una serie de pretextos cotidianos que de poco en poco van creciendo hasta convertirse en un cuento de pura fantasía. El cortometraje ganó el premio award of merit: children/family programming en IndieFEST Film Awards.

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Don Isidro: Una vida pastoreando 
Cortometraje

Los estudiantes de la Universidad Veracruzana pasan un día con Don Isidro, un pastor que los lleva al campo y las cañadas, donde encuentran plantas que hacen producir a las cabras más leche. Este viaje lleno de anécdotas les dará a los jóvenes una lección de vida.

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Maria Montessori

Directed by Ned Parker, Narrated by Sophie Okonedo, Produced by Ned ParkerBritish Broadcasting CorporationWMR Productions, In Extraordinary Women, Season 1, Episode 13 (London, England: BBC Worldwide, 2015)
49 minutes

Maria Montessori was a woman of vision. In a remarkable life spanning eight decades, Maria Montessori, challenged convention to pioneer a radical new system of education; one which focused on the child as an independent learner and which spread to all corners of the world, affecting the schooling of millions.

 
         
   

Maria Montessori: Her Life and Legacy

Directed by John Davidson, With Annette Haines, Produced by Frances Davidson (San Luis Obispo, CA: Davidson Films, 2004)
35 minutes

Montessori's conception of the changing roles the classroom environment and teacher should play for students of various ages is presented with carefully shot film of toddler, preschool, elementary school and secondary classes at work in accredited Montessori schools. Students will also learn of Dr. Montessori's own dramatic life through archival visuals and will be challenged to think about what they think are the components of exemplary educational practice.

 
         
   

The Montessori Method

Directed by Erika Johnson, Produced by South Shore Productions (Owatonna, MN: Learning ZoneXpress, 2009)

17 minutes

Italian physician Maria Montessori developed the Montessori method in the early 1900s while observing that children learn best when engaged in purposeful activity. Dr. Montessori inspired a movement that enabled children to teach themselves through sensory-rich, hands-on materials, nurture and love. Montessori’s philosophy and practices have since been spread and influenced the educational landscape. Discover the ways in which Montessori classrooms differ from the traditional school setting in this enlightening documentary. Observe different levels of Montessori, including infants, toddlers, early childhood, and elementary, and how each utilizes the Montessori method. Find out: · Characteristics of a Montessori classroom · How children teach themselves · What is most appealing about Montessori? · What are sensitive periods? · The role of the teacher in Montessori · How conflict is handled.

 
         
   

Professional Knowledge, 1, The Montessori Method

Produced by Brook Lapping Productions, In Professional Knowledge, 1 (Teachers TV/UK Department of Education, 2010)

33 minutes

The Montessori Method still deeply divides the education world. While Montessorians are evangelical about the effectiveness of the method, others see it as mystical or outdated, or only for the privileged few. But the associations with privilege couldn't be further from the vision of its founder Maria Montessori. Her philosophy grew from her work with children in the slums and today the Montessori International Association is operating in some of the poorest and most challenging areas of the world. While in Holland and America Montessori has been established as part of the state school system right through to secondary level, here in the UK Montessori has traditionally remained only in the private sector. But now, in Gorton Mount Primary in Manchester, Headteacher Carol Powell has gained funding for Montessori training for her teachers and introduced the methods for Early Years and KS1. How are they combining the Montessori method with their own working practice?

 
         
     

Child Development Theorists

Directed by Jenica Halula, Produced by Jenica HalulaWes HalulaHappyFunTime Industries (Owatonna, MN: Learning Zone Express, 2016)
20 minutes

The changes that happen to humans in the first two decades of life are astonishing — from being helpless newborns to independent adults. The study of that journey — with its physical, intellectual, social, and emotional changes — is called child development theory. Theories in child development have changed the way that parents raise their children and the way teachers teach those children.

Child Development Theorists is an entertaining and enlightening view of fifteen major child development theorists, including:

• Sigmund Freud
• Maria Montessori
• Arnold Gesell
• Lev Vygotsky
• Jean Piaget
• Rudolf Dreikurs
• Erik Erikson
• Abraham Maslow
• John Bowlby
• B.F. Skinner
• Benjamin Spock
• Lawrence Kohlberg
• T. Berry Brazelton
• Diana Baumrind
• Howard Gardner

 

 
         
     

A Love of Learning

Two very different schools--one a progressive independent, the other a state comprehensive--each winners of Teachers TV 'Tomorrow's Teacher' competition, reveal their different approaches to encouraging a love of learning in their students. Independent St. Christopher School in Letchworth Garden City in Hertfordshire, with an age range from 3 to 18, has been developing and delivering a progressive style of teaching which is open to new ideas--individuality, creativity and entirely child-centred--for nearly a century. Around 150 miles North of this idyllic Home Counties setting situated in an industrial town near Sheffield is Stocksbridge High School, an 11-16 comprehensive. Here too the approach involves taking risks and 'thinking outside the curriculum box', to help develop the students' skills for life. But unlike St Christopher, Stocksbridge have been delivering this approach to engaging students with a passion for learning with relative success for a mere 3 years.

 
         
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