The Adolescent and the Future. Stephenson, M. E. NAMTA Journal, 18(3):3–30, 1993.
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Discusses the four "planes of development" posited by Maria Montessori: (1) from birth to age 6; (2) from age 6 to 12; (3) from age 12 to 18; and (4) full maturity. Although Montessori schools have been successful in dealing with children during the first two planes, efforts need to be focused on adolescents at the third stage. (MDM)
@article{stephenson_adolescent_1993,
	title = {The {Adolescent} and the {Future}},
	volume = {18},
	url = {https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ467569},
	abstract = {Discusses the four "planes of development" posited by Maria Montessori: (1) from birth to age 6; (2) from age 6 to 12; (3) from age 12 to 18; and (4) full maturity. Although Montessori schools have been successful in dealing with children during the first two planes, efforts need to be focused on adolescents at the third stage. (MDM)},
	language = {eng},
	number = {3},
	journal = {NAMTA Journal},
	author = {Stephenson, Margaret E.},
	year = {1993},
	keywords = {Educational Innovation, Educational Philosophy, Montessori Method, Adolescents, Developmental Stages, Adolescent Development, Elementary Secondary Education, Educational Development},
	pages = {3--30}
}
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