Developmental Theory paper- Montessori
<Tab/> Montessori never believed, that all civilization corrupted the child. On the contrary, she believed that work, the systematic mastery of the environment, met an innate need of the developing human being from the earliest age and was the key to both individual development and the progress of civilization. She had no desire to turn the young child out of school into the world of nature; what she wanted was to make use of nature to perfect the school, making it a place that met the real need of…
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