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Comparison of Montessori & Traditional Education

        The Montessori philosophy differs from traditional school primarily in three areas:

  • Multi-aged classrooms that provide the opportunity for the young child for social and academic guidance. The older child in turn gains a sense of responsibility and a high level of self-esteem.
  • Abstract ideas taught in a concrete way enable the child to truly understand the concept.
  • An individualized program where each child’s developmental strengths are honed and needs are met.

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