1. Montessori vs. Conventional Pre-School


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    Most parents considering pre-school for their children are already familiar with conventional pre-schools, as they are the most common. There is a less common method of teaching called the Montessori Method. The Montessori Method was created by Dr. Maria Montessori in the early 1900’s. Unlike conventional teaching, the Montessori Method does not have scheduled classes. Instead, Montessori pre-schools allow their students to work on what interests them the most. Children tend to work harder and stay more focused on activities they are interested in which helps students reach their full potential.

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    • Learning How to Wash the Laundry


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      • A Montessori Birthday


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        • Dagmar leads a tour of the Practical Life area


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          In this clip, Dagmar Hoebertz, lead teacher in Children's House 1, guides parents through the Practical Life area of Children's House 4. I recorded this during the parent workshop at Mayflower on October 14, 2011: "Introduction to Montessori Materials:Practical Life." This workshop was attended by 15 Mayflower parents. (Nanci Olesen, PRC coordinator/lead teacher CH4, Mayflower Early Childhood Center, Minneapolis)

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          • Hogeschool Rotterdam, opleiding PABO - Montessori


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            Binnen de opleiding PABO biedt Hogeschool Rotterdam de specialisatie Montessori onderwijs aan. Wat maakt Montessori onderwijs nou zo anders dan het reguliere onderwijs? En wat doen Montessori studenten zoal tijdens de opleiding?

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            • Validating Montessori Education in the UK


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              Dr. Montessori was a trained scientist, and scientific methods are a part of the legacy that all Montessorians can rightfully claim. So what kind of scientific methods can you use to show how your school is benefiting children? The principles of good educational programme evaluation are straightforward and well within the capabilities of any Montessori school. In this presentation, Dr. Steve Hughes will describe a number of different approaches and assessment instruments that you can start using right now to help demonstrate--with hard data--the value of your work. Presented on Saturday 20th November, 2010, at Regents College, London.

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              • Día de La Madre Montessori


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                • Amadeus Interviews


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                  • Send Tegan To School


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                    This video is a campaign pitch for the "Send Tegan to School" campaign. Filmed by Tegan McDonough and Blake Ruiz Edited by Tegan McDonough

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                    • Amadeus Interviews - Katrina's Interview


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