What Makes Montessori Unique?

The differences are everything… What makes Montessori unique? Montessori schools begin with a profound respect for children as unique individuals, and they work from a deep concern for children’s social and emotional development. A core concept of Montessori education is to encourage children to become independent thinkers. To foster this

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Montessori Philosophy

Focus on the whole child… Montessori education for all children is based on the concept that learning occurs in an inquisitive, cooperative, and nurturing atmosphere. From our youngest toddlers to our independent middle-schoolers our students increase their knowledge through self-directed and teacher-initiated experiences. Younger students learn through the manipulation of

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Montessori Classroom

A prepared environment… In a Montessori classroom each child assumes responsibility for his or her own actions and completion of tasks. The Montessori teacher encourages acceptance of that responsibility, and quiet, self-directed activity is the result. Pre-Primary The Primary and Elementary rooms are filled with shelves that are organized in

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Montessori Method

A different approach to education… The Montessori Method of education was developed as a curriculum in 1907 by Dr Maria Montessori, an Italian physician and scientist. It is a child-centered educational approach and is based on the scientific observation of children from birth to adulthood. It has been used for

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