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“Montessori training dates back to 1907, when Maria Montessori opened the Casa dei Bambini, or”
“child’s home, at the low-income region of Roma. Her specific belief sparked the curiosity of educators worldwide, and at the coming decades Montessori schools spread throughout Europe, in America and Latin America, and, eventually, on every continent but Antarctica. Innumerable books and articles about Montessori have been printed in almost every word. Doctor Montessori first reported her way at Illinois Metodo Della Pedagogia Scientifica applicato all ‘ educazio ne infantile nelle example dei Bambini, issued in 1909. This novel’s English-language translation, succinctly titled The Montessori Method, was The resounding success on both sides of The ocean.” At this year of 1917 there was intense involvement in montessori’s method here at North
“America. Subsequently there was less curiosity which is due largely to the publication of the little book titled “” the Montessori method Examined “” by William Heard Kilpatrick who was the follower of John Dewey. (Nancy McCormick Rambusch led to the resurgence of this method in”
“U.S. By instituting the English Montessori Society in 1960), Around this moment one woman named Margaret Stephenson came to the United States from Europe and started the long history of developing Montessori teachers under the un ion Montessori International (AMI ) . In 1939 Montessori had the request from the Theosophical community of India to see India. She accepted this letter and went to India that same year which started her special relationship with the nation. She became part of the global office of the Theosophical world in Adyar. Maria conducted sixteen batches of class called the Asian Montessori education class. These courses set the solid” foundation for the Montessori movement in India.