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References & Resources

Whether you are a parent interested in Montessori education or someone just wanting to know more about the Montessori method, the links and resources below will guide you to learn more about authentic Montessori education practices and philosophical understandings.

MSS and TMEC academic team selected these based on long-term learning, practice, observation, with the desire to strengthen educational exchanges and promote Montessori education.

Some references are only available in English and others only in Chinese. We hope you will enjoy learning about the uniqueness and this extraordinary learning approach for children.

Kids Talk

is an informative resource for parents, teachers, and anyone who wants to make a difference in a child’s life.

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What About Kindergarten?

A Montessori Perspective by Maren Schmidt Parents can learn the importance of the third year in the Early Childhood program. This year is truly a leap year! This is a session shares the outcome goals of children who complete their kindergarten year in a Montessori program.

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Living Life Unplugged

is a free webinar by Maren Schmidt examines how today’s technology is affecting childhood development.

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Montessori Daoshi

is a digital space to support parents in the real world by the creator Catherine McTammeny, an experienced Montessori teacher, college instructor and parent.

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Montessori Madness

A Parent to Parent Argument for Montessori Education by Trevor Eissler Your picture of what education should look like will never be the same.

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Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius

Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius by Angeline Stoll Lillard Science has finally caught up with Maria Montessori.

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Montessori for a Better World

by Aline Wolf, a renowned Montessorian and author shares her conviction that the intrinsic goal of Maria Montessori’s educational method is to create a better world.

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The World of the Child

A impatient father finds himself in the World of the Child; where he (re)experiences the frustrations of a toddler navigating his way through an oversized and fast-paced world.

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The Child and the Family

by Dr. Maria Montessori explains the importance of adult respect and support for ‘all reasonable forms of activity in which the child engages' and emphasizes the value of understanding rather than interfering with such activity.

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The Joyful Child

Montessori, Global Wisdom for Birth to Three by Susan Stevenson is based on her 50 years of experience in 30 countries, as a teacher, parent, grandparent, school consultant, government consultant, speaker, and oral examiner for Montessori teacher training courses.

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Montessori at Home

A Practical Guide for Parents. Tara Greaney outlines simple ways to embrace Montessori at home, encouraging independence and curiosity in your little one's world.

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American Montessori Society

shares articles from Montessori Life and links to increase parent understanding of the Montessori approach to help make informed decisions about their child’s education

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