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HOW THE MONTESSORI METHOD ADDRESSES STUDENT NEEDS 

Children learn in many ways, including listening, reading, seeing, and doing, and it’s important for them to be in an environment that makes them feel happy, secure, and confident to build their sense of mastery in their activities.

Sir Ken Robinson’s TED Talk, “Bring on the Learning Revolution,” inspired me to create a student-centered learning environment. My primary goal is to develop pre-K and kindergarten students’ motor skills and provide a strong foundation for the development of social, emotional, cognitive, and physical skills, in order to encourage lifelong learning.

I’ll share the Montessori strategies I’ve used and the benefits I have experienced with my students, as well as when and how they can be used in a non-Montessori classroom.