The Essential Montessori

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New American Library, 1986 - Montessori method of education - 129 pages
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A celebration of the treasured traditions, rituals and stories that run through the bloodstream of American Catholics

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Review: The Essential Montessori: An Introduction to the Woman, the Writings, the Method, andthe Movement

User Review  - Solady Batterjee - Goodreads

A book that I always go back to,, it is full of stiker notes, easy to read compared to the original Montessori books. Read full review

Review: The Essential Montessori: An Introduction to the Woman, the Writings, the Method, andthe Movement

User Review  - Shelldog42 - Goodreads

I had heard the word "montessori" thrown around, and this book helped me better understand what the method originally meant, and what it has come to mean. very helpful! Read full review

Contents

The Woman and the Method
8
Introduction of the Method into the United States
19
Adaptability of the Method
33
Copyright

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About the author (1986)

Certified as a Montessori teacher by St. Nicholas Training Centre in London, and active on behalf of the method since 1960, Elizabeth G. Hainstock became a Montessori consultant for the Department of Health, Education and Welfare in 1971. She currently sits on the board of the International Montessori Society and makes her home in San Juan Bautista, California.

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