ROLE OF EDUCATOR IN A MONTESSORI CLASS ROOM

Montessori teachers always encourage a child to be independent
and their objective is to make a child achieve success in every task. In
Montessori education, a child is allowed to be
an observant and have the freedom to
explore the materials. Montessori teachers
are not the centre of attention in the class
room. Their role, centres, on the preparation
of the classes for her students. A Montessori
teacher must let her students solve their problems all by themselves,
engaging them in the learning process and enhancing critical thinking
skill.

If a child is not ready, a Montessori teacher does not force the child
to learn. The type of the system allows both the educator and learners to
develop observation skills. This is important in understanding when
students are receptive to learning, u can introduce more complex
lessons. You need to motivate them and offer encouragement and
support in their accomplishment to inspire advancement through the
curriculum and learn new skills.

Montessori teachers require patience and the ability to re-teach
material until the students understand it.

BY
Aswathy Muraly
76th Batch of NCDC
NCDC International Montessori Student

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