Tag: The Four Planes of Development – Overview

Quote. Dr. Maria Montessori

Dr. Montessori said: “The aim is not to create a cultural mind, but a spiritual soul based on reality. Therefore, history should not be taught as a collection of dates and places. But rather be approched to arouse gratitude and appreciation. This gratitude should… Continue Reading “Quote. Dr. Maria Montessori”

The Adverb – Symbol

Education – quote: Christoph Schiebold

Yes, the word should be spread … yet, education should be looked upon with a divergent mind. People say that narrow paths are difficult to walk about, yet, once you have narrowed down the whole, the vast and the big, to its least denominator,… Continue Reading “Education – quote: Christoph Schiebold”

The Pronoun – Symbol

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The Verb – Symbol

Guide the Child to Solve the Problem

Step one: Empathy “How sad.” “I bet that hurts”. Step Two: Send the “Power Message” “What do you think you’re going to to?” Step Three: Offer Choices “Would you like to hear what other kids have tried?” At this point offer a varizty of… Continue Reading “Guide the Child to Solve the Problem”

The Little Book of Detox

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”

The Four Planes of Develolpment 0 – 3 The “unconcious creator”

This is the Plane of fundamental importance for the formation of the individual. The infant from 0-3 is identified by Montessori as a “Spiritual Embryo”, as the infant has, within him/herself “potentials”, which determine his or her development, seen as empty vessels, waiting to… Continue Reading “The Four Planes of Develolpment 0 – 3 The “unconcious creator””

The Four Planes of Development II

THE FOUR PLANES OF DEVELOPMENT The four Planes (or phases) of development is an overall vision of Montessori’s developmental psychology from infancy to adulthood. Her vision of the whole of development and growth was not her own. It provides a holistic view of the… Continue Reading “The Four Planes of Development II”