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    As a parent, I was interested in different educational approaches for my children and I had a hard time to decide which education is better for them. As a mother of two toddlers I was particularly interesting in teaching methods for younger children and one of them that I stumble upon was a Montessori education. It’s existed for almost a 100 years and very famous in this day and after educating myself about it, I immediately fell in love in Montessori education. However, after dipper research I came out with serious reservations about Educational method of Maria Montessori as an approach for the young children. Maria Montessori was born in Italy in 1870. She was Italian educator and philosopher, who organized the International Montessori Association…

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    There are so many choices for an education these days. You have traditional public schools, private schools, charter schools, and Montessori schools. Education is one of the most important parts of all of our lives. While education has such an impact on all of our lives and our future, some of the most important learning happens when someone is in their childhood. Children make up 20% of our population, but are 100% our future. Although every school has its strong points, Montessori schools seem…

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    early years? Oftentimes, children love learning until a sudden resentment creeps in, making school and education feel dreadful to young students. Dr. Maria Montessori’s curriculum was designed to help impressionable minds build an academic foundation, which is essential to success later in life. The Montessori method encourages teachers to “follow the child” resulting in the betterment of a young mind. The Montessori method of education started in Europe and India in the early 1900’s. Doctor…

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    consider going into early childhood education. I believe that being a teacher requires certain characteristics. A good teacher must be patient, a good listener, a leader, kind, a constant learner, open minded and so much more. Teachers have just as much to learn from their students…

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    Montessori is mainly in the private sector, with its own broad educational goals. I have watch children learn many things, that many would say is beyond them. For example, the life cycle of stars in third grade, cursive in first grade and biological classification in second grade. In a non-grading environment, the students explore and learn an amazing amount of curriculum, because they were excited and their classrooms are packed with resources that were accessible to everyone. My goal, in…

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    reflecting over these three different biographies of Pestalozzi, Froebel, and Montessori I realized how many different people throughout history have brought change to our American Educational System. I would have never known of all these different influential people that have brought change for the better within the educational system. Already I have learned of six influential educators that have helped shape the foundation of a good public school. By doing so, I will share with you the very…

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    Education is an important part of any child’s life, whether they know it or not. A woman named Maria Montessori has her own philosophy on how education should be. There is another person who has views on education, Colin Powell. Powell believes that structure is the main basis for good education. These two don’t agree on their educational beliefs, and these examples will explain why. In education, Montessori and Powell both believe that there should be someone to teach students, but they see it…

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    What is Montessori? Montessori is a learning and teaching method that is concerned with personal development on children rather than focusing on exam based education system so that more mature and creative children can be developed. This education system started in the dawn of the 1900s to serve pre-school children and later grew to serve different populations of children around the world. Montessori classrooms are characterized by children of the same age groups, where an age group is children…

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    that I experienced the public school style of teaching. Most of my life I was in a Montessori school setting. Montessori has a distinct style of teaching that drives the student’s passion for learning. The teacher guides and assists the students along the way, but for the most part the students are very independent. In addition to academics, Montessori teaches its students to be kind, respectful, loving, helpful, and open to others. Montessori is a place where you make a second family.…

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    DAP, encompasses a wider set if of beliefs and practices, which are professed by many researchers in the field of Early Childhood Education. When planning a curriculum for a classroom, it is very important to consider a wide variety of factors of each child in the classroom. As the research become broader over the years, it is very important educators and future educators respond by changing the curriculum to the best approaches to assist children in the classroom, to reach their full potential.…

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