This insightful volume is a collection of Dr. Maria Montessori’s lectures given at the University of Rome and explores the Italian physician’s views on methods of education and childhood development.
First published in 1913, Maria Montessori’s Pedagogical Anthropology is an early insight into the profound physician’s alternative ideas regarding early childhood education. Across ten chapters, Montessori explores the history of anthropological study and pedagogy, analysing biological and psychological aspects of childhood. Featuring 163 illustrations and diagrams, this volume is an interesting read for those familiar with the Montessori method of education.
This volume features the following chapters:
- – Certain Principles of General Biology
- – Craniology
- – The Thorax
- – The Pelvis
- – The Limbs
- – The Skin and Pigments
- – Technical Part
- – Statistical Methodology
- – The Biographic History of the Pupil and His Antecedents
- – The Application of Biometry to Anthropology for the Purpose of Determining the Medial Man