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It is important to remember that Montessori is more than a collection of educational manipulatives. The materials are part of a unified system of education.
 
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[[Absorbent Mind]]<br>
 
[[Absorbent Mind]]<br>
 
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===Outside Articles===
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==Articles==
 
[[What Belongs in a Montessori Primary Classroom?]] A.Lillard 2011 paper<br>
 
[[What Belongs in a Montessori Primary Classroom?]] A.Lillard 2011 paper<br>
 
[http://www.montessorisociety.org.uk/article/how-important-are-montessori-materials How Important are the Montessori Materials?] article by Angeline Lillard<br>
 
[http://www.montessorisociety.org.uk/article/how-important-are-montessori-materials How Important are the Montessori Materials?] article by Angeline Lillard<br>
  
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== Other Methods of Education ==
[[Other Methods of Education]]
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[[Charlotte Mason]]<br>
 
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[[Reggio Emilia]]<br>
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[[Tools of the Mind]]<br>
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[[Waldorf/Steiner]]
  
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== Other Resources ==
 
[[Books]]<br>
 
[[Books]]<br>
 
[[Videos]]<br>
 
[[Videos]]<br>
 
[[Supplies]]<br>
 
[[Supplies]]<br>

Revision as of 18:04, 5 April 2020

It is important to remember that Montessori is more than a collection of educational manipulatives. The materials are part of a unified system of education.

Topics

Absorbent Mind
Control of Error
Indirect Preparation
Multi-Age Classes
Normalization of the child
Observation
Prepared Environment
Sensitive Periods
Three Period Lesson

Articles

What Belongs in a Montessori Primary Classroom? A.Lillard 2011 paper
How Important are the Montessori Materials? article by Angeline Lillard

Other Methods of Education

Charlotte Mason
Reggio Emilia
Tools of the Mind
Waldorf/Steiner

Other Resources

Books
Videos
Supplies