|320.||The Montessori Method. Trans. Anne E. George. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1912; New York: Schoken Books, 1964. (repr.) A detailed presentation of Montessori's theory and practice of education. The introduction to the 1964 edition by J. McVicker Hunt discusses the reasons for a reexamination of the Montessori Method.|
|321.||Pedagogical Anthropology. Trans. Frederic Taber Cooper. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1913. Describes the systematic study of children for educational purposes and for developing philosophical principles of education. Discusses modern tendencies of anthropology and their relation to pedagogy; the principles of general biology; the anatomy of the child in detail; the biographical history of the pupil and his antecedents; and the application of biometry to anthropology for the purpose of determining the medial man. This is based on a series of lectures given at the University of Rome.|
|322.||The Advanced Montessori Method: The Montessori Elementary Material. Trans. Arthur Livingston. New York: Frederick A. Stokes, 1917; Massachusetts: Bentley, 1964. (repr.) Describes the extension of the method for the education of children from age 7 through 11. Discusses methods for teaching grammar, reading, arithmetic, geometry, drawing, music, and|
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Publication information: Book title: Pioneers of Early Childhood Education:A Bio-Bibliographical Guide. Contributors: Barbara Ruth Peltzman - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1998. Page number: 83.
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