The children also love to work as much as to play. Thus she believed that learning process should be in congruence with the child’s nature. In order to develop this process on must first study the child, and then develop a method of study based on scientific observation of the child. According to her education was not the process of gaining knowledge; it was in fact the process of creating new paths, and realizing potentials. Acquiring knowledge, learning discipline, developing character were goals that were gradually attained in the process.
Montessori education has been studied extensively and has proved to be a highly effective method of education followed in schools worldwide. Besides the child’s learning and motor skills marked improvements have been reported in social skills of the child. The characteristics that are most integral to learning process; motivation, interest, peer coordination, strong student teacher relationship, and active participation in learning; are developed as a consequence of Montessori Method of ...Show more