5 Reasons Why Montessori Teacher Training Courses Can Solve Existing Educational Crisis

22nd August 2019

“Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.”

                                                                                                                               – Malcolm X

We live in a society where each and everything is evolving rapidly, so is education. With the rising growth and development, the number of problems is also increasing like wild fire. Hence, just pointing fingers at the schooling arrangement and guidelines won’t be of much assistance, we need to find out the solutions from different learning systems around the world and infuse the best practices in our educational systems.

Keeping the educational issues in mind, educators from around the earth have stressed how the Montessori education approach could resolve most of today’s educational difficulties. According to Wikipedia, “Montessori education is characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological development, as well as technological advancements in society.”

Now the question is, can the Montessori education approach system be the answer to our education-system problems?

Here are reasons explaining the importance of Montessori education approach in improvising the education method:

Brilliant Teaching Technique: The most general situation is getting the red marks and complaint notes to parents, this makes the children upset which is not the case with Montessori education. Here the teachers get unique add-ons of education based on particular requirements of children. The fundamental theory of Montessori education is it is strictly against any kind of comparison between children. Rather it endorses the idea of co-existence and co-learning.

Complete Liberty for Learning: Montessori education gives absolute freedom to study in the way the child wants to. Instead of staying put in one place and studying, Montessori education gives lack of restrictions to move around in the classroom. There is no specific requirement of how long a child can stay affianced with any piece of lesson bits and pieces. Subjects like math, language, science, history, geography, art, music, etc., will be studied, at all levels at any one time in a day.

Observatory Educational Approach: Montessori education is a technique for grown-ups to find out what a child wants. The observation technique will construct harmony while fulfilling the needs of the child. Dr. Maria Montessori, the founder of Montessori Education observed different children without any fixed notion that aided her to develop study materials that the children required.

Grouping of Multi-Age Children: Interestingly children from different age groups are being assorted for the growth of their abilities in Montessori classrooms. There is a steadiness in communication, problem-solving means in Montessori classrooms. As a result, children are never bored rather they are being encouraged to work on their academic areas.

Character Education: The teaching practices in Montessori education involve preparing the children to take the proper care of themselves, their surroundings and so on. The basis of a person’s nature is character education that is absent from the contemporary education system.

People who are involved with Montessori education, be it educators, parents or students, they appreciate that it is really an endowment. So, what do you think? Is this is a better system than the existing education system? Do comment below.


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