The basic idea in the Montessori philosophy of education is that all children carry within “the adult they will become”. In order to develop their physical and intellectual powers to the fullest, they must have freedom; a freedom to be achieved through order and self-discipline. The world of the child is full of sights and sounds, which at first can appear chaotic. From this chaos, children must gradually create order and learn to distinguish among the impressions that assail their senses, slowly but surely gaining mastery of self and their environment. Read more...
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A Montessori is a good place for familiarizing a child to the school environment from an early age. So by the time they reach school going age they will have absolutely no problem in coping up with a new environment. There are different programs offered by pre-schools that are not only exciting but also contribute to the learning of your child. Though there are a number of programs every Montessori offers, you must decide on the right program for your child. Here are some of the most common programs offered by well known schools. Read more...
Montessori private elementary schools are some of the most amazing learning centers in the country. The Montessori schools system offers one of the best education models in the country. If you are interested in putting your kid through a different but refreshing school system, then this is the one that you should go for. Read more...
Montessori educational philosophy advocated by France, is a Chinese saying goes: "Give a child a fish and they will eat for a day. Teach a child to fish and they will eat for a lifetime." So, what Montessori education method is going to teach a child to fish? Read more...
A recent discovery and some hard work have led to another addition at Countryside Montessori. At the school's fall festival this past Saturday, the school unveiled the first five holes of a new disc golf course on the high school campus on Johnston Oehler Road. The holes are complete with tee boxes, par signs, maps and cages. Read more...
An internationally renowned researcher and psychology professor will discuss "how children learn best" Thursday at West Side Montessori Bancroft Campus. Angeline Stoll Lillard's presentation begins at 7 p.m. at 7115 W. Bancroft St. Her presentation aims to address questions such as: "Why, after decades of efforts, are children not learning to their best potential?" "Why are traditional classrooms still in crisis?" "Is Montessori a viable alternative?" Read more...
Union aldermen agreed to a conditional use permit Monday night that will allow a Montessori school to operate in a residential area on Main Street. The board of aldermen unanimously approved a conditional use permit for Trisha Van Weelden to operate the school. Read more...
According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2010 annual report to Congress, each night there are approximately 770,000 people in the United States who are homeless. The U.S. Department of Education reports that there are an additional 700,000 children without a place to call home and who go to bed hungry nightly. Read more...
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