Maria Montessori Approach To Education

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Maria Montessori was an Italian physician educator and innovator for her educational method which builds on the way the children learn. On January the 6th 1907 when she was in Rome she opened her first Montessori school which she called it the Casai dei Bambini or also known as the children’s house. After this she then travelled the world and wrote extensively about her approach to education where then she attracted many devotees. There is more than 22,000 Montessori schools in at least one hundred and ten countries worldwide. Montessori was born on august the 31st of 1970 in the town of chiraville Italy. Montessori tells us that her father was a financial manager and her mother was raised in a family that prized education Montessori was an…show more content…
Maria Montessori theory is an educational approach developed by Italian physician and educator which is characterized and emphasized of independence, freedom, within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological, physical and social development. Maria Montessori has five principles and they accurately represent how the educators of Montessori work in many different ways. Her five principles are respect for the child, the absorbent mind, sensitive periods, prepared environments, auto education. Maria Montessori history is that the Montessori itself has an approach to education which takes its name from Doctor Maria Montessori who was an Italian physician and educator. She was born in 1970 and she then died in 1952.she developed her educational philosophy as a result of her observations of the way children naturally learn and her first class had a total of fifty to sixty children aged from three to six years and according to Montessori most of these children suffered from malnutrition and where very shy and fearful since they lived in Florence…show more content…
Three years later she gave birth to a son and she named him Mario as she didn’t raise him herself as he was cared by another family near Rome. Even though Marco was being raised by another family Montessori and her son Marco had a good relationship and she often visited him later on in life. After she died Marco continued her work. Montessori was busy working with children with special needs and because of her work she was then appointed coordinator with Montesano at an orthophrenic school. While Montessori was at this school she was able to introduce many of her ideas regarding the education of young children. Montessori has a number of philosophies which they are observation, absorbent mind, sensitive periods, prepared environments, materials, work cycle, three-period lesson, curriculum, role of the Montessori teacher, normalization and deviation, discipline and the role of
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