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While many individuals may not know exactly how Montessori education works, it's quickly becoming more and more popular in the United States. There are thousands of schools in the country, and that number is growing fast. This style of education was developed by the Italian physician and teacher Maria Montessori beginning in 1897. She studied pedagogy and educational theory at the University of Rome and applied this knowledge to her first classroom, which she opened in
Identifying similarities and differences can play out in many ways in the classroom. Students can be engaged in tasks that involve comparisons, classifications, metaphors and analogies. In addition, these tasks can either more teacher directed or student directed.
To change your life, simply change your learning! It's a small and effortless change that comes with big benefits! "Learn to learn" and never look back.
15 million school age children in the US have learning problems that public and private schools can't solve.
If you ask the following question: Where do the best students sit inside a classroom? 9 out of 10 are likely to respond "in the front". If you ask: why? The likely response is "to pay more attention" with only a few saying: "to be noticed by the teacher".
Although academic excellence is not a requirement of overall happiness and quality of life of a person, being successful in school, regardless of whether one is successful in academics or sports can be seen to be a kind of foundation for a person's future. When one is successful in school, he or she will have more direction and focus in life.