This essay discusses Dr. Montessori’s original discoveries regarding normalization, providing a new vision for how teachers can guide children towards a disciplined and happy classroom life based on self-regulation, personal responsibility, and social harmony.
This booklet is dedicated to Margaret E. Stephenson, a constant and passionate advocate for the Montessori movement who, through her hard work, enlightened and inspired adults to achieve a transformed relationship with children. In honor of Miss Stephenson, half of the proceeds of the sale of Ginni Sackett’s booklets will be directed to the MES Fund, Inc., a scholarship program for AMI teacher training in the United States.
Also available in a set with Ginni Sackett’s A Sharp Call to the Public Conscience: Maria Montessori and the Social Party of the Child.
Booklet by Ginni Sackett based on her speeches delivered November 13-14, 2009 at the AMI/USA Public School Conference in Denver, Colorado.