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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 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 1 month 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 2 months ago by GoochE320
The author has great points
I love his passion for the method
Worth reading but read more on the topic
Argues well for the benefits of an alternative to the main stream school. Explains philosophy and methods of Montessori in a clear way. Good introduction.Published 6 months ago by Johan
Excellent! Having been a K-8 grade public school teacher for 20 years, I've seen what works and what does not. Read morePublished 10 months ago by schoolmarm
Eissler's understanding of Montessori education is thorough and deeply felt. He offers parents confused about their children's schooling an alternative that sounds radical at... Read morePublished 10 months ago by ann angell
Awesome book!! Great insight on the Montessori Methodology. Strongly suggest this book to anyone interested in studying education in general & curious about Montessori teaching.Published 11 months ago by Anne Stanton
An excellent and engaging arguement for Montessori education for those who aren't familiar with it. A quick and interesting read. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Elizabeth C. Wickoren
This is best material I found to understand why we need more children taugth at these schools:create a community, not a fierce competition between human beingsPublished 14 months ago by @acostafer