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NAMTA Journal

2016 Volume 41, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. The Scientist in the Casa: The Child as Scientist in the Making

    Ginni Sackett

    If a parent were to ask what science and technology are offered in a Montessori preschool, Ginni Sackett provides a comprehensive reply. By precisely defining the words science and technology with ... More

    pp. 23-35

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  2. Biodiversity and Peace: Where Technology and Montessori Come Together in the Children's Eternal Rainforest, Costa Rica

    Jeff Norris

    Jeff Norris, initially shocked by the Montessorians who are calling technology into question, states that technology can offer a means of development for the child who is concurrently supporting... More

    pp. 63-80

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  3. Technology, Togetherness, and Adolescents: Creating a Meaningful Adolescent Learning Community in the Digital Age

    Ben Moudry

    Ben Moudry has written a comprehensive overview of the current challenges facing parents, schools, administrators, and students regarding what he calls "handheld computers," commonly... More

    pp. 109-129

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  4. Technology and the Prepared Environment for the Third-Plane Child

    Cynthia Castiglione

    Cynthia Castiglione presents Near North Montessori School's (Chicago) adolescent community's approach to technology. Her framework begins with the needs of the adolescent for social independence,... More

    pp. 131-150

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  5. Navigating the World of Technology with Kids in the Home, in the School

    Bill Rupp

    Bill Rupp offers practical wisdom from his perch as a Montessori parent of four children and as a self-proclaimed digital immigrant who has spent over twenty years in the information technology... More

    pp. 183-193

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