6 Elements Of Classroom Design In The Montessori School

Posted on: 28 June 2016

Classroom design in a Montessori school is central to the teaching philosophy behind this approach. Unlike traditional classrooms (that are lined with desks in a row, placing the teacher as a lecturer in the front of the room), Montessori education rooms take a more inviting, aesthetically aware approach. What does a Montessori preschool classroom look like, and how does it help children to learn, grow and develop? Defined spaces. Montessori classrooms typically have well-defined areas for different content areas/areas of the curriculum, according to the American Montessori Society.
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Considering Private High School For Your Child? What To Know

Posted on: 16 March 2016

If you have been considering a private high school education for your child because you want them to be pushed academically, and because you're looking for something other than public school, there are many benefits to making the switch. There are many perks to enrolling your child in a private school. Here are a few of the most important reasons why private high school could be the best option for you.
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3 Things You Need To Know About Private Schools

Posted on: 27 January 2016

Your child's education is important. It is a stepping stone to their future. Because of this, you want to make sure they get the absolute best education possible. Many parents are opting to send their children to private schools today. While everyone has their own reasoning for why they feel one school is better than another, the important thing is that you are comfortable in your decision. To help you understand a little more about private schools, here are a few things you need to know.
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Students With Special Needs And Private Schools: What Does The Public School System Provide?

Posted on: 25 August 2015

If your child has special needs and isn't thriving in a public school setting, or if your child is getting ready to start school for the first time, you might feel a private school would be best. Private schoolsoften have a lower student-teacher ratio, resulting in more one-on-one time between your child and his or her teacher. Private schools also often offer specialized skill-based and advanced placement classes that may not be available at a public school.
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