• Normalization
    Explain how the role of the teacher changes in the process of the child’s growing normalization. In this essay I will describe the role of the teacher changes in the process of the child’s growing normalization. The term normalization has a specialized meaning. “Normal” does not refer to
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  • Normalization
    Normalization is the process where a child becomes a well adjusted member of a group as he develops a positive self image, becomes independent, self-reliant and happy with the ability to concentrate and assimilate knowledge. After many years of research, Maria Montessori discovered that children co
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  • Montessori Philosophy
    "A child's work is to create the person she/he will become." Children are born with special mental powers which aid in the work of their own construction. But they cannot accomplish the task of self-construction without purposeful movement, exploration, and discovery of their environment - both the
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  • Role of a Directress in a Child's Normalization
    “Normalization is the single most important result of our work“(Absorbent Mind-pg:204 ,chapter 19) According to Dr: Maria Montessori normalization (the child’s true nature) is one of her main discoveries. Normalization is a word taken from anthropology meaning “becoming a contributing membe
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  • Normalization
    When we hear the term "normalization" for the first time, most of us cringe or get confused. The term normalization is borrowed from anthropology and means "becoming a contributing member of society". It refers to the process that brings the child back to the normal development path; to the united
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  • A Child Is Mysterious and Powerful
    "Within the child lies the fate of the future. Whoever wishes to confer some benefit on society must preserve him from deviation and observe his natural ways acting. A child is mysterious and powerful and contains within himself the secret of human nature." Explain the above quote with reference
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  • Deviation
    Deviation Definition: Behavior commonly seen in children that is the result of some obstacle to normal development such behavior may be commonly understand as negative (a timid child, a destructive child) or positive (a quite child), both positive and negative deviation will disappear onc
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  • Normailisation (Montessori)
    Define the term normalisation, linking it with the concept of deviations. (10)Outline the importance of the favourable environment in supporting normalisation.(20)Explain the maturational nature of normalisation linked to the child’s growing socialisation – link to the social embryonic stage of
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  • normalization
     Normalization refers to the focus, concentration and independence of the children, by their own choice. It means they have acquired the internal freedom to initiate work, be independent, and adhere (by choice) to the rules of the environment. Normalization comes about through...
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