Children are subjected to a generic approach and treated alike. It is also about the process of learning, not the end result. Society favors those who can accomplish the most with the least amount of help. Social Development and Collaboration In a Montessori classroom, children are grouped with different ages and are encouraged to collaborate and help each other.
Children get an introduction to real life lessons at an early age. The freedom to move around the room is great too, especially for the child that cannot sit still for a period of time.
A human being, according to Montessori is different from other species because of the development process in which a human child grows. Montessori was very precise when it came to how a teacher was to impart knowledge on a student, such as observing student behavior with the prepared materials and only interjecting when necessary to push the student to the next level.
The curriculum was meant to teach Sensory education, language, writing and reading, arithmetic, imagination, and fantasy, art and music, physical education and nature.
Key Developmental Stages Montessori is a scientific method of education that is focused on the key developmental stages that all children move through on their way to adulthood.