E. M. Standing Writing Styles in Maria Montessori: Her Life and Work

E. M. Standing
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Perspective

This book is written by a man who was one of Maria Montessori's most intimate and long term work colleagues. Although her organization's leadership was handed down to her son, the author of the book is Mr. E.M. Standing.

The author is very well versed in the Montessori system of education and in the organizations designed to support it. Late in the book, he does inform readers that before he met Maria Montessori and became involved in her work he had taken up the study of Froebel.

The book is written objectively, but is most definitely supportive of Montessori education.

Tone

The book is written predominantly for the purposes of education. It must be understood what this does and does not mean. The work is not an advanced textbook of any kind. However, it can serve as an introduction to additional material. That being the case, one...

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