Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work Setting & Symbolism

E. M. Standing
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Montessori School

A school or classroom that follows the underlying principles and methods of Maria Montessori's educational system and operated by her followers under the auspices and guidelines of the Association Montessori International. These include a specially prepared environment, and a carefully trained directress/teacher as part of the conditions that must be met in order for a school to qualify as a real Montessori School. The original schools were focused on the education of young children; within this context the atmosphere was of "mixed ages."

Rome

This city was the site of the majority of Maria Montessori's life and work. She did have a universal approach and a willingness to embrace opportunities that involved traveling and sharing her discoveries with interested people of other nationalities. Rome is the background to the majority of the contents of the book as the location of great deal of Maria's research...

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