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Researching these learning principles and practices, observing his children's progress, and experiencing a new way of looking at children, family, and community through the Montessori lens convinced him of the urgent need to let other families know about this wonderful education option.
Eissler is an author, a juggler, a unicyclist, a Toastmaster, a pianist, a triathlete, and a husband. He wants to be a Montessori student when he grows up.
A good book. The author is a little extreme in his disdain for public schools. Great for those new to Montessori.Published 13 days ago by Megan A
This book made me wish I had children so I could send them to a Montessori school (I will someday). Eissler is an easy-to-read author with nice stories and explanations of the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Annie Hiatt
I enjoyed the book's practical tone and easily accessible language. I enjoyed the first chapter where he includes his personal story about his journey into Montessori. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Lorena G.
Great perspective from a parent's point-of-view. Lots of explanations for commonly asked questions from others as well as my own.Published 14 months ago by Amazon Customer
A must read for every parent with young children. My two daughters have been Montessori kids since they were three (they are currently in sixth and eighth grade at a public... Read morePublished 14 months ago by PamHri
A great read for those who are are new to the Montessori idea as well as for those who simply would like to deepen their knowledge in the subject. Well written and easy to read.Published 16 months ago by Alina K. Scott
I like this book for it's clear presentation of the differences between constructivism and behaviorism and how the latter manifests itself in traditional K-12 schools. Read morePublished 16 months ago by GoochE320