Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work - Book 1, Part One : Chapter 1, Introductory Materials, Preparations & Discovery Summary & Analysis

E. M. Standing
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Book 1, Part One : Chapter 1, Introductory Materials, Preparations & Discovery Summary and Analysis

This first section of the summary covers all of the book's introductions and the first two chapters of the biography.

During the introduction, Lee Harvis explains to readers forty of the most recent fifty years in Montessori educational organizations. These include administrative, training, research and support aspects of Montessori educational systems worldwide. This greatly benefits readers in the proper contextualization of the entire work.

During the author's Preface, readers are informed of the prejudice against poor children that existed and the degree of amazement at what they were able to accomplish once they had adult supervision, better funding and the Montessori approach to education.

E.M. Standing clarifies for readers what the rest of the book does and does not do. He says that its strength is...

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