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Montessori method

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A method of educating young children that stresses development of a child's own initiative and natural abilities, especially through practical play.

[After Maria Montessori.]

Montessori method

n
(Education) a method of nursery education in which children are provided with generous facilities for practical play and allowed to develop at their own pace

Montessori method

An approach to teaching young children that stresses allowing them to develop at their own pace and cultivate their natural abilities through practical play.
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Ufoegbune was executive director at Montessori Schools from 1998 to 2002, early head start director for the Spanish Speaking Unity Council Delegate Agency from 1996 to 1998 and an assistant head of school at Bright Star Montessori School from 1993 to 1996.
Other articles included in this issue are: (1) IMS Workshop Presents Montessori Technology in Pasadena, CA; (2) New IMS Montessori School in Karachi, Pakistan; (3) International Montessori Convention Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; (4) Montessori Workshops; (5) Moment of Peril: Touching (Lee Havis); (6) Reflections: Spinning (Valerie James); and (7) Marketplace: Positions and Placements.
Kenderdine Montessori School, in Earlsdon Avenue, Earlsdon, received the top grade from the inspectors, who praised the children's progress in all areas.
Contract notice: New Building Of The Montessori School RothalmNster - Tragwerksplanung.
com)-- On Sunday, May 17, Kerfoot Canopy Tour's profits from its 14-zip line tour will go to Jonathan Montessori School, an authentic Montessori learning environment for children ages 16 months through Kindergarten, in Chaska, Minnesota.
CHILDREN at Coventry's Kenderdine Montessori School notched up outstanding scores in a nationwide education study.
Constancia Mangue de Obiang, First Lady of the Nation, bid farewell to children from SOS Children's Villages Equatorial Guinea who study at the John Williams Montessori School in Kumasi (Ghana), who will shortly be returning to school.
Lexington Montessori School is a co-ed, Toddler thru 8th grade school.
Bilton Grange Trust has applied to move the Montessori School to a kitchen garden, also within the school grounds in Rugby Road, Dunchurch.

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