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  • Shardae Jordan ECH-360
  • Dr Maria Montessori developed this form of curriculum This curriculum uses a child centered educational approach This approach allows children to initiate their learning It shows that children are eager for knowledge and capable of knowing the way they want to learn
  • In a Montessori setting there are multiage group settings Peer learning is greatly fostered The children allotted uninterrupted blocks of time The classroom is prepared in a way that encourages independence
  • The High Scope Theory is based off of Piaget Intellectual Development Theory It provides realistic educational experiences It is also geared towards children current stages of development
  • This theory focus on active participation Children choose, organize and plan activities Developmentally sequenced goals are highly enforced
  • It focuses on educational importance of community It also focus on free inquiry This approach stress child involvement
  • Environment is highly important in this approach Environment is thought of as the “Third Educator” The teachers, children, and parents all collaborate on the process of learning This approach focus on making learning visible
  •  2013. Retrieved from: http://amshq.org/Montessori- Education/Introduction-to-Montessori  2013. Retrieved from: http://www.education.com/reference/articl e/high-scope-constructivist-approach/  2013. Retrieved from: http://www.education.com/magazine/articl e/Reggio_Emilia/ 