2 edition of Follow-up of the Montessori programme found in the catalog.
Follow-up of the Montessori programme
Carol L. Musselman
by Research Dept., Board of Education for the City of Toronto,1974. in Toronto
Written in English
|Series||Research service -- no. 128, Toronto Board of Education -- no. 128|
|LC Classifications||LA419.T6 A55 no.128|
|The Physical Object|
Montessori and Obedience “If we want to help life, the first condition of success is that we shall know the laws that govern it.” – Dr. Montessori. With Montessori philosophy, it’s super important to understand the laws of nature before we try to jump into any quick tricks and fixes. @HetA: Thanks. You can also get Lynne Lawrence’s book “Montessori Read & Write.” She is current head of AMI and former Primary trainer in London (and she’s super nice and gave me and my son a tour of the Montessori house when we were in Holland). That book has a lot more detail on the method and how parents can implement it at home.
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