Teaching Methodologies


Montessori education emphasises the use of manipulative materials that promote hands-on learning and independent exploration.

In contrast, traditional education relies more on rote memorisation and passive learning through textbooks and lectures.

Child follows curriculumCurriculum follows child
Focus on academic workFocus on holistic human development
Rate of progress determined by curriculumRate of progress determined by the child i.e curriculum is developmental
Curriculum is often segregatedCurriculum is integrated
Curriculum is central to educationCurriculum is an aid to education
The role of the teacher is to impart knowledgeThe role of the teacher is to observe and support the child in the process of self construction

Overall, Montessori education encourages self-directed learning and the development of critical thinking, problem-solving, and decision-making skills. Traditional education, on the other hand, focuses more on the transmission of knowledge.

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