Montessori teachers

Montessori teachers:

  • teach indirectly – in agreement about the arrangement of the ambience, its structuring; they suggest joint activities through which they build up, repeat, and deepen experiences;
  • first of all create conditions for a quality life, the education and development of the child;
  • organise the physical environment (space, means, materials) and social environment (method of grouping children, time management of children, and contact with parents, and create and coordinate the general social atmosphere;
  • keep the environment for learning in a good condition, refresh it, change it and make it attractive to children;
  • direct attention towards the personality of the child and inspire the development of his/her potential;
  • observe and make notes about what they notice; in their notes they follow the individual achievements and in their analysis conclude what pedagogical intervention is necessary;
  • present activities during individualised learning, follow the process of work, repeating, losing interest and creating new interest;
  • encourage the natural need for independence, a sense of self-respect and the development of self-discipline;
  • support the development and learning of the child – offer support, help and information; teach children to observe; encourage children to ask questions, research for themselves, find out; present new materials; agree and participate in joint activities; model behaviours, methods and techniques.
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