Lower Elementary Montessori



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    3. Move the cursor to the bottom right corner and click on the wifi bands icon;
    4. Once you click on that, you can choose your wifi and enter the password for the wifi;
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  • The Five Principles of Montessori

    ´ Learning: We are committed to each learning area; Academic, Service, Relationships, and Community Building.

    ´Hard Work: We respected and appreciate the effort and willingness to meet difficult challenges. We value hard work.

    ´Community: We strive to shape, foster and nurture relationships that build community.

    ´Respect: We strive to act with good manners so that our respect for other’s feelings and property are obvious to all. By practicing courtesy and grace, we show respect and caring for others and for our environment.

    ´Peace: We strive to be a community that works toward achieving personal and global peace

Lower Elementary Montessori Values Every Student

    • Each child is valued as a unique individual. Montessori education recognizes that children learn in different ways, and accommodates all learning styles. Students are free to learn at their own pace, each advancing as he is ready, guided by the teacher and an individualized learning plan.
    • Beginning at an early age, Montessori nurtures order, concentration, and independence. Intentional classroom design, materials, and daily routines support the student’s emerging “self-regulation” (the ability to educate one’s self, and to think about what one is learning), in toddlers through adolescents.
    • Students are part of a close, caring community. The multi-age classroom—typically spanning 3 years—re-creates a family structure. Older students enjoy stature as mentors and role models; younger children feel supported and gain confidence about the challenges ahead. Teachers model respect, loving kindness, and a peaceful conflict resolution.
    • Montessori students enjoy freedom within limits. Working within parameters set by their teachers and the classroom community, students are active participants in deciding what their focus of learning will be.
    • Students are supported in becoming active seekers of knowledge. Teachers provide environments where students have the freedom and the tools to pursue answers to their own questions. Internal satisfaction drives the child’s curiosity and interest and results in joyous learning that is sustainable over a lifetime.
    • Self-correction and self-assessment are an integral part of the Montessori classroom approach. As they mature, students learn to look critically at their work, and become adept at recognizing, correcting, and learning from their errors.
    • Montessori supports social-emotional skills. Contemporary research supports the 100-year-old Montessori Method's effectiveness, indicating that children who learn in Montessori classrooms demonstrate stronger social-emotional skills in many areas than children in more traditional environments.


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