A Reflection on Section 3, ‘Feelings’, from The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read By Philippa Perry Barbara Isaacs, June 2021 Perry sees this section in her book, which addresses feelings, as one of the most important; it is also the section which offers some very useful advice on what to do and not … Continue reading Feelings

Imagination and Creativity in the Montessori Setting

By Roxana Haloiu, June 2021 Defining creativity is a never-ending merry-go-round. In the early years, we can’t apply the grand understandings, those of innovating a particular field, producing seminal works of art or composing a symphony that will permeate the soundtrack of our lives. Yet, early childhood, for most people, is remembered as one of … Continue reading Imagination and Creativity in the Montessori Setting

How do we learn things?

By Lynnette Brock & John Siraj-Blatchford, SchemaPlay “One of the greatest mistakes of our day is to think of movement by itself as something apart from the higher functions… Mental development must be connected with movement and be dependent on it.  It is vital that educational theory and practice should be informed by this idea”. … Continue reading How do we learn things?


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