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thelearningladderzm@gmail.com 0972974129 / 0973335230 | No.12 Lukanga Road, Off Zambezi Road | No. 19-21 Sable Road,Kabulonga | No. 9 Twin Palm Road, Kabulonga.
July 19, 2024

Montessori Principles.

Respect For The Child.

Central to the Montessori approach is a deep respect for the child as an individual. This pillar emphasizes the importance of recognizing and honoring each child’s unique qualities, interests, and developmental pace. Montessori educators create an environment that fosters self-esteem, independence, and a sense of belonging.

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Sensitive Periods

Montessori theory acknowledges that children go through sensitive periods of development during which they are particularly receptive to learning specific skills or concepts. Educators observe and identify these windows of opportunity, providing appropriate materials and guidance to support the child’s natural curiosity and exploration.

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Role of the Educator

In the Montessori approach, educators are seen as guides or facilitators rather than traditional instructors. They carefully observe each child’s progress, interests, and needs, offering personalized guidance and support. Educators create a nurturing and stimulating environment that encourages exploration, inquiry, and self-discovery.

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Prepared Environment

The Montessori classroom is meticulously designed to facilitate learning and independence. The environment is filled with carefully selected materials that engage the child’s senses, promote hands-on exploration, and encourage self-directed learning. Everything is organized and accessible, empowering children to make choices and engage in purposeful activities.

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