Montessori education, based on the philosophy of Dr. Maria Montessori, emphasizes the
natural, physical, and social development of children. Through careful observation and
individualized experiences, teachers trained in the Montessori method identify each child’s
abilities and interests. The approach centers around creating a prepared environment conducive
to exploration and discovery. Hands-on learning is encouraged, fostering a deeper
understanding of concepts. Mixed-age classrooms promote collaboration and peer learning.
Montessori education balances freedom with structure, allowing children to develop self-
discipline and respect. Overall, it aims to nurture independent, confident, and lifelong learners.
Montessori philosophy:
Children are unique so we must provide a good knowledge that encourage them and make
them to study self-directed method. The main philosophy of Montessori based on children
learned by engaging with their surroundings and hands on materials. It always makes them
more interesting and enjoyable. Practical learning is better than theory.
Montessori Methodology and Techniques:
Techers will learn how to implement Montessori principles and methodologies effectively in the
classroom like prepared environment the role of the teacher and the use of Montessori material
teachers learn techniques to support holistic development and create well rounded individuals.
Teachers will help to study by interacting with their surroundings and they observed each child
need and interest and give special instructions. This method makes child to take care of their
own learning process. Teacher will consider everyone equally and give time to each children
Montessori Teachers training focus on developing positive relationship between teacher and
children based on trust respect and empathy. This strong relationship makes child more
comfortable in learning atmosphere. They make a good rapport between child and teacher so
the child can share everything very openly.
Montessori education uses special materials to help children explore their senses, learn
practical life skills, and understand math concepts better. The training Montessori teachers
receive focuses heavily on teaching practical skills like taking care of themselves and their
environment. This approach helps children develop important abilities like concentration,
coordination, and motor skills. Instead of relying solely on traditional teaching methods,
Montessori introduces new ways for children to learn and understand. With Montessori,
children engage with materials specifically designed to stimulate their senses and curiosity. By
emphasizing hands-on learning, Montessori encourages children to actively explore and
discover new concepts. Overall, Montessori offers a unique and effective approach to education
that fosters holistic development and prepares children for lifelong learning.
In conclusion, Montessori education helps kids relax and learn by letting them explore and
interact with their environment. Teachers trained in Montessori know how to help kids learn
and build good relationships with them. After Montessori training, each teacher has their own
special skills to help kids in different ways. Most importantly, Montessori training teaches
teachers how to understand and support every child’s unique abilities. So, every child gets the
help they need to learn and grow. Last but not least, Montessori teachers create a fun and
supportive place for kids to discover new things and become confident learners.

Faculty in charge: Sherin Mubeen

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