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Why Montessori?

Answer is 'Montessori Method'

The Montessori method respects the innate drive in each child that guides him/her to instinctively take hold of what he/she needs most to learn at that given moment. Maria Montessori discovered that if allowed to indulge this sensitive period, the child learns with greater enthusiasm and thoroughness. This unique feature of the Montessori school cannot be overstated – where by each child is given the freedom to choose his activities as best benefits his or her natural curiosity and corresponding to the special needs of his or her sensitive period of inner growth.

The special art of the adults is to respect each child’s unique path of learning and growth, at the same time inspiring them to take in hand enough materials and activities that will provide the rich experiences necessary to form a balanced individual.

The Montessori movement is not a narrow method of teaching but a broad philosophy of life. Every child possesses an inner force that drives him to grow and learn, we respect, observe, and provide an environment in which he can develop and learn.

When a child is encouraged to develop understanding, compassion and respect he is able to cultivate his own self discipline. The high level of academic achievement, so common in Montessori schools is a natural outcome of experience in such a supportive environment. The Montessori Method of education is a model which serves the needs of children of all levels of mental and physical ability as they live and learn in a natural, mixed-age group which is very much like the society they will live in as adults. In a Montessori House of children every child develops and learns at his own pace, which is guided and assisted by the trained adults who is well equipped with the understanding of the child psychology and the developmental needs of the child and respects the child’s individuality, freedom, and independence. The greatest sign of success for a teacher... is to be able to say, "The children are now working as if I did not exist."--mm

Education has a fundamental role in the formation of man, and its foremost aim should be to offer adequate aid and stimulation to the intricate process of inner constriction. So, the Montessori Directress finds way to reach the deeper layers of the personality permitting the dispositions to come into play. The ‘prepared environments’ and the role of the adult in the classroom are the main features which distinguish Montessori from other approaches in education.