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Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 5, Part 5 : Chapter 1, Montessori & Froebel Summary

E. M. Standing
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Book 5, Part 5 : Chapter 1, Montessori & Froebel Summary and Analysis

This is the final sub-book of the entire work. It is shorter than the others, and therefore there is only one summary chapter devoted to it. Here for the first time, the author makes an analysis of the subject of education within the greater context of the field and other "Masters" in the subject. For the benefit of those readers who may not have already thoroughly studied the subject, the educational methodological beliefs of Montessori are shown in their relation to Froebel.

The author explains that there is a very fundamental problem. While the Montessori system does exist, which is good, the Froebel system has disappeared, which makes comparing the two strange indeed. Even so, E.M. Standing does what he can. He informs readers that both have deep affinities that produce great unity, such as loving...

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