NotesFAQContact Us
Collection
Advanced
Search Tips
Showing all 5 results Save | Export
Ludick, Pat – NAMTA Journal, 2015
Pat Ludick's commentary on grace and courtesy is established by a philosophical orientation to development: Grace is oriented to the life of the interior that is consciousness and being, and courtesy moves outward to daily living where civility reflects on success with human interactions. Pat's projected grace and courtesy across the planes is…
Descriptors: Behavior Standards, Prosocial Behavior, Philosophy, Consciousness Raising
Ludick, Pat – NAMTA Journal, 2014
A theory paper that gives a universal portrait of the "noble adolescent" directly quotes from Montessori. Pat Ludick defines the adolescent as they search for their future roles in a changing world, seek a happy life, form a compatible and collaborative personality, learn humility, and become aware of the head-heart duality. The…
Descriptors: Montessori Method, Montessori Schools, Adolescent Development, Personality Development
Ludick, Pat – NAMTA Journal, 2013
Recognizing Maria and Mario Montessori's reverence for the hand, Pat Ludick takes the reader into the wonder of the human body, mind, and spirit and across the planes of education, into the making of a whole personality and grounded intelligence that is ready for the adult world. Putting the hand front and center, she lyrically evolves an overview…
Descriptors: Montessori Method, Montessori Schools, Elementary Education, Human Body
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Ludick, Pat – NAMTA Journal, 2001
Draws on a comparison of the characteristics of early childhood and early adolescence to comment on the culture of civility for adolescents. Discusses how Montessori adolescent psychology reiterates the role of the environment, the importance of work, the mindfulness of movement, the savoring of silence, the beauty of language, lessons in grace…
Descriptors: Adolescent Attitudes, Adolescent Behavior, Adolescent Development, Adolescents
Peer reviewed Peer reviewed
Ludick, Pat – NAMTA Journal, 2001
Examines adolescents' study of place from the perspective of urban and rural Montessori programs. Adolescents are invited into a study of the city or town or even a neighborhood surrounding the school as an opportunity to experience their own community and society. Highlights potential activities and areas for research. (KB)
Descriptors: Active Learning, Adolescents, Educational Environment, Educational Practices