Superwoman was already here. Her name was Dr. Maria Montessori and in the first fifty percent of the 20th hundred years she pioneered and refined the Montessori method of education. Today, there are over 17,000 Montessori universities worldwide including a large number of preschools in the hundreds and USA of Montessori colleges in the U.S.
My children visit a private Jewish Montessori college in New Jersey called Yeshivat Netivot Montessori. Millions more American children are worthy of access to a Montessori education. You will find about 350 open public Montessori institutions in the United States, a number that is shamefully small. I am not writing to explain, “What is Montessori?” There are many good books, a lot of internet videos and numerous websites to answer that relevant question. Inside a Montessori classroom, questions matter more than answers and a child’s natural curiosity is welcomed, not shunned.
“Preschool children, typically, ask their parents about 100 questions each day. Why, why, why-sometimes parents wish it’d stop just. Tragically, it does stop. By middle school they’ve much ceased requesting fairly. It’s no coincidence that same time is when student motivation and engagement plummet. They didn’t stop asking questions because they lost interest: it’s the other way around. Inside a Montessori school, this dynamic does not happen because teachers “follow the child” and are always encouraging the kids to ask questions.
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I found this on the internet? The culture of inquiry that is the hallmark of a good Montessori school is also a crucial basis for the creativity and creativity that America should compete in the 21st hundred years. December 2009, In, articles were released by the Harvard Business Review called, “The Innovator’s DNA” based on a six-year research of 3,000 creative professionals including visionaries like Apple’s Steve Jobs, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, Ebay’s Pierre Omidyar and Meg Whitman, and P&G’s A.G.
Lafley. Within an accompanying interview (with two of the three writers of the study) entitled “JUST HOW DO Innovators Thinks? “We also believe that the state-of-the-art business owners were very lucky to have been raised within an atmosphere where inquisitiveness was prompted. We were struck by the stories they told about being suffered by people who cared about experimentation and exploration.
Sometimes these people were relatives, but sometimes they were neighbors, educators, or other important adults. A number of the innovative entrepreneurs visited Montessori academic institutions also, where they learned to check out their attention. Many parents ask themselves, “If my child is spending six, seven or eight hours in college, how come she gets a lot homework?