By Paula Polk Lillard
What fairly occurs within a Montessori lecture room? How do academics educate? How do young children study? This interesting daily checklist of a yr within the lifetime of a Montessori school room solutions those questions by means of delivering an illuminating glimpse of the Montessori technique in motion.
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