Montessori Schools are private centres that offer an education based on all the best aspects of the British educational system and the educational philosophy of the Montessori method.
In consecuence, and in order to be effective, the teaching intervention must adapt to the following development points:
- Design an estructured environment with all necessary materials to work on curricular contents, excluding obstacles and promoting autonomous activities.
Built in proportion to their dimensions and physical needs, it’s organized taking care of its aesthetics and maintaining order.
In every stage of development, material undergoes modification, increasing in complexity and representing different levels of abstraction.
- Ease preparations into working freely. This freedom sets its limit within collective interest and maintaining good manners and well behaviour. Thus, we work to teach how to drive their freedom into doing right and ponder what is wrong.
- Maintaining a particular attitude from the teacher, as it leads the dynamic of the classroom to keep them in touch with the material to estimulate their learning, evaluate indicidually each student and make everything flow without a hitch.
- Organizing spaces as a small society in which the student is the protagonist, and the groups following development plans as reference.