Author: Susan Mayclin StephensonPublish On: 2019-06-15
"In this book the author shares wisdom gained in almost fifty years of Montessori experience.
Author: Susan Mayclin Stephenson
In this book the author shares wisdom gained in almost fifty years of Montessori experience. It contains a compilation of stories from the author's own teaching experience, and information shared as a Montessori school consultant, guest lecturer on teacher-training courses, and at conferences and workshops in such places as New Zealand, Thailand, Morocco, Mongolia, Peru, Colombia, Albania, and the USA. Although the majority of the information is intended for the Montessori teacher of children from 2.5 to six years, there is also information of value to those working with infants, older children, and adults, and a detailed glossary of Montessori terms. The words "Cosmic Education" refer to the Montessori practice of introducing the whole world-science, arts, history, and geography-to young children through age-appropriate practical life lessons, sensorial experiences, experiments, and language. With this preparation at an early and impressionable age, children learn to love the world in all its aspects, and as they grow up will have the tools to make sense of the world and the cosmos and to find a place in it as valuable contributing members.
A. bicolor — The red and green kangaroo paw grows 30 to 45 cm tall with ... It produces flowers with a red and green corolla from August to November and ...
Author: Abraham H. Halevy
Publisher: CRC Press
These volumes are an exhaustive source of information on the control and regulation of flowering. They present data on the factors controlling flower induction and how they may be affected by climate and chemical treatments. For each plant, specific information is provided on all aspects of flower development, including sex expression, requirements for flowering initiation and development, photoperiod, light density, vernalization, and other temperature effects and interactions. Individual species are described from the standpoint of juvenility and maturation, morphology, induction and morphogenesis to anthesis. All information is presented alphabetically for easy reference