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The Montessori method of education

The Montessori method of education

Maria Montessori was the Italian educator who invented the Montessori pedagogical system, also known as the "Montessori method", which was a pioneer for its time and is still applied today.

She made her own pedagogical material, tailored to the child's needs for all subjects, and created her own supervisory teaching materials and pedagogical material to make school lessons comprehensible through the senses. Even children with low IQs slowly entered the regular school classrooms as their spirit and soul were released.

Older children are less affected because the training process is not just about education but also about workout. The first piece Of course it was destroyed, but a child 15+ in the previous years had the opportunity to learn and train the basic individual and sub-group technical-tactical elements. Possible group tactics and patterns are lost in time but if there is the training background of previous years then the problem is less. The second part also concerns physical condition and strength. An organized academy and a coach with appetite and knowledge can create one training program for athletes that they can do alone at home or in the yard. The risks involved in older people are mainly extra-competitive such as addictions and abuse. Sport keeps you firmly away from anything "sick" both literally and figuratively, and this is the most important medicine and mark of those who deal with it.

Maria Montessori's Ten Basic Love Tips for Kids are:

1. Do not touch a child against his will.

2. Do not speak badly to a child and do not use bad words when referring to him in his absence.

3. Focus on reinforcing and helping to develop the child's positive elements and existing abilities so that they do not leave room for "evil".

4. Help him to be actively involved in the preparation of the learning environment. Dedicate meticulous and constant care to it. Help the child to enter into a constructive relationship with his environment. Show him the environment in which the tools that will help his development are hidden and suggest his proper use.

5. Always be ready to respond to the call of a child who needs you and always listen and respond to the child who addresses you.

6. Respect the child who does something wrong and can later spot the mistake on his own and correct it, but immediately and explicitly stop any abusive use of the environment and any movement that may endanger the child, his environment or them. others.

7. Respect the child when he or she is resting or watching others work or thinking about what he or she has done or wants to do. Do not direct or force it on other forms of activity.

8. Help the child who is in search of an activity and can not find what he wants to do.

9. Be tireless in repeating what you want to the child who refused to listen to you a little earlier, help the child to gain what he has not yet mastered and to overcome any difficulties. Do it by creating the learning environment with care, equipped with self-control and silence, using gentle words and a loving presence. Make your presence felt in the child in search and distance yourself from the child who has found the answers.

10. Always treat the child using your best manners and offer him your best self.

The basic principles of the Montessori method:

* Respect for the child's personality

* The freedom that will come out of discipline

* The internal and external order in the composition of man

* Respect for the living and inanimate environment

* The individual effort but also the good cooperation with the world of the environment

* Learning through research that will give joy for work and satisfaction for the result.

* The all-round exercise for gaining potential

* A capable man equals a happy man


Let's face it! Realism is an element that should not be missed in any training session.

Nowadays, training tends to be repetitive without giving the necessary emphasis to detail. And to some basic football habits, every coach should emphasize not only the quality of the energy but also the way it is achieved.

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