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Montessori in the Classroom: A Teacher's Account of How Children Really Learn

Montessori in the Classroom A Teacher s Account of How Children Really Learn What really happens inside a Montessori classroom How do teachers teach How do children learn This fascinating day by day record of a year in the life of a Montessori classroom answers these questions

  • Title: Montessori in the Classroom: A Teacher's Account of How Children Really Learn
  • Author: Paula Polk Lillard
  • ISBN: 9780805210873
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Paperback
  • What really happens inside a Montessori classroom How do teachers teach How do children learn This fascinating day by day record of a year in the life of a Montessori classroom answers these questions by providing an illuminating glimpse of the Montessori method in action.

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    1. Lillard sets the bar high.For any Montessorian reading of her experiences and ideas, there are bound to be feelings of exasperation and disbelief. How did she get her classroom so normalized, so perfectly? How did she come to such perfection? I don't know whether it was her desire to present Montessori as a shining example of education, or whether she just had an amazing knack with children, but her exposition is very impressive.It may be that my own teaching lacks her finesse and wisdom. I have [...]

    2. It took me a very long time to finish this book. I kept picking it up only to read 20 pages and set it back down for another week. I think I wasn't very fond of the author; she kept saying such un-Montessori type of things. She wrote the book during a tough year, which, professionally, I understand. But if I was writing a book to illustrate to an outsider how my classroom ran and I started having a tough year, personally, I would have set the project aside for another time.

    3. This book is fabulous! Very insightful on learning how to teach your child indirectly. Even though this is a book that was published in the last '70's, since the Montessori method doesn't cahnge it was a great way to implement some things with Collin and I've got say that he has taken to them extremely well and easily.

    4. borrowed from Lisa's new TA heather. I feel the need to take notes. and it's too much for my brain right now. might try again.

    5. Worthwhile ideas on bringing the Montessori model into public schools. A great resource for teachers to use while planning their classrooms and curriculums.

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