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    Montessori Method

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    researcher fails to elaborate on the test, and the procedure that was done in class, leading up to the tests. The study does not explain how classroom teachers put the Montessori method into effective use. It just explains what was done, and how the results were obtained. The study was not given a specific time frame. This makes it hard enough to determine whether if there was enough evidence collected to be interpreted just based off the academic performance test. I also believe that this study would be more effective, it was held over a few years time frame. In the Montessori method, students in fourth grade typically are in multi age classrooms with 5th, and 6th year students. This creates more questions such as: were these Montessori classrooms multi-age classes? If the researchers took a little more time to think about their stages of development and procedure, they would have been able to come up with a more effective result, which would have helped them stay on topic with their overall research…

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    The Montessori Method

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    General description The Montessori Method is a great curriculum to look into for children of all ages, with or without special needs. The main goal of Montessori programs is to foster a child’s natural desire to learn. The role of the educator is more to guide than instruct them while linking activities to their interests, needs, and developmental level (Thomason, 2013). Montessori schools cater children from birth to about 18 years old. The typical grouping of classes is 0-3, 3-6,6-12,12-15,…

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    Students have been learning by leaps and bounds throughout February. Time flies when you’re having fun, and in a leap year! Whether its heart-pumping excitement at the fire department, investigating beyond your average brainteaser, rocking out in geology, or commemorating America by learning from its’ history, students are challenging their academic achievements. This month has been absolutely extraordinary, and we are happy to share with you a little about the wonderful activities your…

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    Montessori Learning Method

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    was it did the person next to you like you? What if you did not have to worry about that aspect of school? An alternative method of learning would eliminate the anxiety of the everyday classroom environment. Maria Montessori, Edward Harkness, and Rudolf Steiner where truly revolutionary with each their own alternative method of teaching students in middle school that has changed the ways of teaching children worldwide and for many generations to come. With these new ways of teaching such as…

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    Maths in the Montessori Method. Although the children who attend Montessori preschools have had numerous years working on the concepts of numbers, heights, weights and much more, the children do not begin working with the maths material from the Montessori curriculum straight away. Instead, each child is prepared indirectly for the use of the Maths way of thinking through the Montessori Area of both Sensorial and Practical Life work. This helps each child to develop the essential abilities…

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    In this research paper, I will be talking about Maria Montessori and how her life started out when she was young right up until she died. I will also be talking about how she raised the women’s right movement, how she dealt with the feminist, and how she was an idealist. Maria Montessori was born on August 31st, 1870, in Italy. Her father, Alessandro was an accountant in the civil service, and her mother, Renilde had a very good education, and had a passion for reading. The Montessori…

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    Dress Codes In School

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    students. The modern public school system has some serious flaws, but by adapting some of the practices that are in place in other schools, such as Montessori schools, maybe schools could become a fun place to be, or at least more tolerable. Maria Montessori, author of The Montessori Method, inventor and namesake of the Montessori school philosophy, had some strong opinions about the failings of the school systems in place in Italy at the time that she was teaching there. She designed and…

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    I am so thankful to hear those guest speakers talk about their life stories, the struggles they went through to get to the place they are today, and the beautiful souls each speaker has. Every single guest speaker was delightful, but if I had to choose my favorite it would be Bambi Shen. Maybe it was the fact that she went into depth with her life story because she had more time to do so, but it was a very inspiring story and I am glad I had the chance to hear it. She made me open my eyes to…

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    and The Montessori Method In this paper the author will focus on HighScope Model and the Montessori Method and comparisons between each approach. The HighScope Model believes that a child is an active learner. The children are given scaffolded learning that is developmentally appropriate, and the curriculum is based around interests of the children. The teachers use Child Observation Record (COR) assessment to help create notes throughout each day to understand the child’s development during…

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    Dorothy's Diary Analysis

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    showing a Miss Mull her new quarters in comparison to her old room. After the weekend, on November sixth she writes about going into town to purchase curtains for her room, and on November seventh she mentions the children coming to the new room. She finishes the curtains for her room on November eighth, and on November tenth a parent of two of her students visits at the school and is pleased with their performance. Finally, on November thirteenth she mentions a new student named Emma.…

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