Nearly a century ago, Dr. Maria Montessori developed a method of education that focused on student-led activities and independent thinking rather than on lectures from teachers, memorizing facts and figures or passing standardized tests. She was determined to create a nurturing environment that encouraged children to think, dream and imagine – and to see the entire world, not just their classroom, as a learning laboratory.
Curiosity, independence and responsibility are traits all parents want to see in their children, so selecting a like-minded school is a critical first step. In a Montessori classroom, children work independently and at their own pace in a child-centered environment. … Read More