Montessori World School

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  • 11659 Ruby Lake Rd

    Orlando, FL 32836

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  • 407-239-6024

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    I'm a mother and I've taken Montessori teacher training. My 4-year old is thriving there! Teachers are excellent; the staff is caring and so helpful. Many programs offered, from art to dance to soccer to language and more. Worth every penny!!

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    I'm a mother and I've taken Montessori teacher training. My 4-year old is thriving there! Teachers are excellent; the staff is caring and so helpful. Many programs offered, from art to dance to soccer to language and more. Worth every penny!!

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    Tours of the school are held every Thursday at 9:15am. Private tours of the school can be scheduled directly with Sandra Freese, Director of Admissions, by calling (407) 239-6024 or by email sfreese@montessoriworldschool.com.





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    Montessori education for all children is based on these concepts: β?’ The aim of Montessori education is to foster autonomous, competent, responsible, adaptive citizens who are lifelong learners and problem solvers. β?’ Learning occurs in an inquisitive, cooperative, and nurturing atmosphere. β?’ Students increase their own knowledge through self- and teacher-initiated experiences. β?’ Learning takes place through the senses. Students learn through manipulating materials and interacting with others. These meaningful experiences are precursors to the abstract understanding of ideas. β?’ The individual is considered as a whole. The physical, emotional, social, aesthetic, and cognitive needs and interests are inseparable and equally important. β?’ Respect for oneself, others, the environment, and life is necessary to develop a caring attitude toward all people.

     

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