In a world of a technological way of living, where Internet shopping is the most convenient in our fast living world, I see it as our responsibility, the responsibility of the adults/teachers that we protect and preserve the true essence of education,… reading and… Continue Reading “Thoughts continued …”
Being spontaneous, gives the right to make mistakes!!
The elementary teacher should have a conversation with the primary teacher to get as much information about the children that will enter his class. Any information the teacher can give about the children’s interests and strengths will be helpful for the elementary teacher. This… Continue Reading “The Teacher – part II”
All Disorder Has Daint
Self Esteem Participation in every day life develops a feeling of worthiness in a person called upon to share it in an active way. Children become not only users of the world in which they live, but also producers. The basic experience of being… Continue Reading “Quote:Silvana Montanaro – Understanding the Human Being”
Easy ways to cleanse, revitalise and energise! Jane Scrivner – The British School of Complementary Therapy It’s a nice little book to get some ideas of how one can pay a little more attention, towards oneself or the surrounding… The little Book of Detox… Continue Reading “The Little Book of Detox”
Check out this site… Some free material for Montessorians… http://www.montessorimaterials.org It’s a nice site to receive some additional material. Ideal for ‘homeschoolers’, but also nice to add to a classroom…(mainly Children’s House and Lower Elementary/Primary).
Great Book. Closely observed and beautifully written, Oneness and Separetness is a study of the inner emotions and experiences of a child’s earliest life. Louise Kaplan explores the journey each baby makes from oneness with his mother to a “secound birth” as a unique… Continue Reading “Oneness and Separetness”