Maria Montessori Narrative Essay

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“She must guide the child leaving it free-this is the height and summit of liberty” (Maria Montessori/her life and work, page 286) I remember the boy, who was very calm and quite 3 year old. Every morning, He came into school and chose the knob cylinder over and over again. He worked with only the knobs for 2 hours and it last about for 6 months. He knew what he is doing and liked it responding his inner sensibility. Through the concentration of sensorial practice, he absorbs not only the concept of arithmetic, but also found himself and be ready to travel the various prepared path to. If I interrupted him and choose other area work for his balanced experience and development, if I broke his own impulse and tried to lead him by my will, …show more content…
Usually his grandfather rode him, and walked with him to get into the school. Grandfather takes off his shoes and jacket, then he organizes them for his grandson. He reminds him to get along with other friends several times then leave. He do not cry for grandfather’s leaving however he is just sitting on the bench and wait teacher’s attention to hold his hands and lead him into the classroom. It was a routine of him. He used to stand alone in front of the bathroom sink until someone notices him and helps him. He was a very dependent child at the very first few months. Gradually he got lessons and got interest in some occupations. Interestingly he become independent in classroom day to day, but I met severe dependent child again on every Monday. The population of children in slavery increased by verity reasons, and now teacher’s responsibility is heavier than before to assist the children to grow as independent human …show more content…
I used to turn on a silent music and children focused on their occupation with strong concentration. Then sat in the corner and observe the classroom delight. The scenes which many peaceful interaction occurring and disappear was just beautiful. The silence game led children to feel the peaceful world. Sometimes we went out and sat on the grass to hear the sound coming from the nature as well. The Lessons for grace and courtesy is great to share the idea of respecting others as you want to be respected. Young children become aware of themselves and others to transferring of

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