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Montessori Approach

– Emphasis on cognitive and social development
– Teacher has unobtrusive role in classroom
– Environment and method encourage self-discipline
– Mainly individual instruction
– Mixed age grouping
– Grouping encourages children to teach and help each other
– Child chooses own work
– Child works as long as he wishes on chosen project
– Child discovers own concepts from self-teaching materials
– Child sets own learning pace
– Child spots own errors from feedback on material
– Child reinforces learning by repetition and feelings of success
– Organized program fro learning care of self and environments
– Child can work where he chooses, group work is also encouraged.