Normalization Through Montessori Method

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Philosophy

 

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Trent P

 

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December 5, 2012

 

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University

 

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Montessori observed an extraordinary change in her students. When the children first came to her school, they were completely traumatized. Neither could they speak properly, nor behave correctly. They were unable to dress themselves. Most of them were very depressed, silent, indifferent, lost in their own world and all of them lacked self-confidence...
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Neither could they speak properly, nor behave correctly. They were unable to dress themselves. Most of them were very depressed, silent, indifferent, lost in their own world and all of them lacked self-confidence. Yet she noticed in her first school that these traits vanished as soon as the children became absorbed in a piece of work that attracted them...
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