Principles of Montessori Education

The Montessori Method of education is based on Doctor Maria Montessori’s (1870-1952) scientific observations about how children learn as they progress from birth to adulthood. Montessori discovered that children avidly absorb information from their surroundings, and that if these surroundings provide opportunities for learning, that children would readily teach themselves. some principals of Montessori education are

  1. Movement and Cognition
  2. Choice
  3. Interest
  4. Extrinsic Rewards are Avoided
  5. Learning with and from Peers
  6. Learning in Context
  7. Teacher Ways and Child Ways
  8. Order in Environment and Mind
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