Mind over Matter
Contributing Factors to Self-Efficacy in Montessori Teachers
The Effectiveness of Montessori Practical Life Activities in Developing Fine Motor Skills in Kindergartners
Flowers for my Teacher
A visit to Montessori's first Casa dei Bambini in San Lorenzo, Italy.
The Inspired Child
Including art appreciation in the preschool program
The Light of India
A Twinkle in the Eye: Maria Montessori's Years in India
She Was Ours
Maria Montessori's Barcelona Years
A Montessori Morning
The 3 hour uninterrupted work cycle
The third factor in education: The prepared environment
The Montessori Prepared Environment
Third Year Montessori and Normalization
Retracing all the small steps it took to create an authentic, pure Montessori school.
Freedom within limits: A Montessori upbringing.
Maria Montessori advocates freedom as an ideal component for the young child; yet, the idea of freedom is a hard concept for most people to understand. The author revisits her own childhood and recognizes how it was build on freedom given and responsibility expected.
Anne Frank: A Montessori Child
Anne Frank, whose famous personal account of the Holocaust, 'The Diary of a Young Girl' went to a Montessori school as a young child. The author visits the school in Amsterdam, her home, the book shop where the diary was bought and the house in which she hid with her family for 2 years during the war.
This article explores a unit of study on Van Gogh's three bedrooms in a Montessori Primary classroom.
Van Gogh's Bedroom
Raphael's Madonna della Seggiola
Maria Montessori wrote "Among the pictures in our "Children's Houses in Rome we have hung a copy of Raphael's "Madonna della Seggiola," and this picture we have chosen as the emblem of the "Children's Houses." This article explores the origin behind this famous painting.