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Exekutive Funktionen in der Montessori-Pädagogik


  1. 2. Bedeutung der exekutiven Funktionen für die Entwicklung des Lernens des Kindes
  2. 3. Entwicklung der exekutiven Funktionen in den ersten drei Lebensjahren
  3. 4. Schnittstelle exekutive Funktion und Montessori-Pädagogik
  4. Fazit
  5. Literatur

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