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Source: http://www.Maria Montessori was born in Chiaravalle. As far as her relationship with her parents. she was close to her father.html . Maria learned very easily and did exceptionally well on exams. Her parents often had troubles seeing eye to eye on what was best for their talented headstrong daughter. was very traditional. In games she was often the leader among the other children and never had trouble holding her own with other adults. Renilde Stoppani Montessori. but never hid the fact that it was her mother who encouraged all of her dreams and ambitions. modern-thinking woman from a wealthy family. Maria graduated from technical school in 1886. Her father.edu/~woolflm/montessori2. After that she attended Regio Instituto Tecnico Leonardo da Vinci from 1886 to 1890. Allessandro Montessori.webster. optimistic and greatly interested in change. Maria was considered to be self-confident. was an intelligent. As a child Maria enjoyed taking her neighbor. elementary education was a local affair and the schools were usually dirty and crowded. a hunchbacked little girl. Italy on August 31. out for walks. There she studied modern languages and natural sciences. a retired army officer. During that time. Her mother. 1870. However.

and they were provided with purposeful activities. Her work was mostly with the poor and she saw in these children vast potential and understood that intelligence is common. so to speak.. Children who had been previously confined to their rooms and deprived of attention and stimulation were brought out into the daylight. . but only uncommonly tapped. an asylum for "deficient and insane" children. including learning to care for themselves. •First female physician in Italy. speaking across Italy about women's rights and child labor law reforms.Maria’s career. and educational pursuits. She was an altruistic person.. The staff was instructed to speak to them with respect. •Director of a branch of the University of Rome.

nurture. When the boy failed to learn to speak and do other basic functions.– Drew on the studies of the "Wild Boy of Aveyron" Who was found in a forest in the 1800s. considering him raw material and prime for studies about the relative importance of nature vs. Jean Itard studied the child at length. Source: http://www. He had been without human interaction for about ten years.com/maria -montessori-biography- . He believed that it was essential to observe the educational process carefully to determine the best times to present learning opportunities.essortment. Itard speculated that the Wild Boy had missed the prime window for learning speech.

The Education for Peace.html - .an emphasis on independence. 2. have an innate path of psychological development. Human Tendencies Prepared environment Planes of Development • • • Sources: . Montessori Education – model of Human Development. Under age of six. 2 basic elements: 1.S.http://www. Engage in psychological self-construction by means of interaction with their environment. Montessori believed that children at liberty to choose and act freely within the environment prepared to their development.CONTRIBUTIONS • • • • • She developed materials to teach children with learning disabilities that are still in use today.montessorianswers. and respect for a child’s natural psychological development.  She pioneered anti-bullying conflict resolution education and multi-cultural education.com/peace. Montessori education . freedom within limits. 1910 started setting up schools in U.

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and The Secret of Childhood (1936). household utensils.com/topic/maria-montessori • . Source: http://www. consisting of "learning games" suited to a child's abilities and interests. Followers of the Montessori method believe that a child will learn naturally if put in an environment containing the proper materials. plants and animals that are cared for by the children. are set up by a teacherobserver who intervenes only when individual help is needed. Montessori's writings.• • • • • The Montessori Method are self-motivation and auto education. and childsized furniture The major outlines of the Montessori system are based on Dr. Pedagogical Anthropology (1913). 1917).. These materials. The typical classroom in a Montessori school consists of readily available games and toys. which include The Montessori Method (1912). The Advanced Montessori Method (2 vol.answers.

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