Tag: intellect

Combinations

Where to start in Geometry? What age is the right one? How much does one need to pay attention to language? Again I think that children can and need to be trained in their visual understanding and additionally one can add the right words…

Spoken Language – in Montessori education

In the three to six class Montessori never envisioned that children would be asked to work in silence. In her day it was exactly this that the children had been forced into by traditional education. She saw the children consigned to immobility and silence….

Are we going far or not far enough

After all these years as a Montessori teacher I came to the understanding that the albums that one creates, studies and internalizes are after all a base to build upon. In this particular case I am talking about upper elementary 5th or 6th grade….

Being spontaneous,   gives the right to make mistakes!!

Quote: Socrates

Socrates once said: “There is only one good, knowledge, and one evil, ignorance.”

Somehow mathematical …

Montessori materials

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).

What happened…?

The intellect, the strenghth of one, the one that misjudged the gift given, given to maintain the balance, harmony and need, lead to selfish outbursts of uncontrolled overrated actions towards the one and the ones; The one, seeking the power, trying to reach the…

Quote by Dr. Montessori

Dr. Montessori said: “At a certain moment, the children understand better with their feelings than their intellect”.

The Four Planes of Development 6 – 12, The “Social Self”

In the second plane, the six – twelve year old is in a stage of consolidation and relative stability. It is a time of great energy. It is generally a hard and strong period. Exploration out into the nature and society can begin. It…