The paper aims to propose a pedagogical interpretation of the relationship between childhood and architecture, inquiring how to approach space in accordance with children's needs (plying, moving, exploring, touching). In particular the paper presents a selection of methods inspired by Maria Montessori thought.This approach attributes great value to the sensorial quality of spaces and motor activity, through the integration of mind and body.

Amadini, M., Children and architecture, Abstract de <<International academic conference>>, (Opatija, Croatia, 13-15 April 2015 ), Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Zagreb, Zagabria 2015: 106-106 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/68678]

Children and architecture

Amadini
2015

Abstract

The paper aims to propose a pedagogical interpretation of the relationship between childhood and architecture, inquiring how to approach space in accordance with children's needs (plying, moving, exploring, touching). In particular the paper presents a selection of methods inspired by Maria Montessori thought.This approach attributes great value to the sensorial quality of spaces and motor activity, through the integration of mind and body.
Inglese
International Academic conference
International academic conference
Opatija, Croatia
13-apr-2015
15-apr-2015
978-953-7210-77-9
Amadini, M., Children and architecture, Abstract de <<International academic conference>>, (Opatija, Croatia, 13-15 April 2015 ), Faculty of Teacher Education, University of Zagreb, Zagabria 2015: 106-106 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/68678]
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