Maria, born on August 31, 1870, was born into a middle class family with two well-educated parents for this time period. Her father, Alessandro Montessori, was a civil servant and a previous soldier and her mother, Renilde Stoppani, was an avid reader and well-educated. She followed in their footsteps as she later became well educated as she took time for her studies and picked up on the topic of which was being taught rather quickly; and would do well on exams. She later applied to the University of Rome, and was not admitted due to her gender. She changed her major and instead went to the university to study physics, mathematics and natural sciences. After doing exceptionally well on her exams, making and 8 out of 10, she was admitted into the University of Rome with a 137 out of 150 for a score and began studying medicine. Her father didn’t approve of a women studying medicine, which would be something that particularly a man would do. Not having her father’s approval or exception of studying medicine, little communication went between Maria and her father. However her mother, unlike her father, was very proud and often helped with studies. After graduating college in 1886, she attended Regio Institut...
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...way of learning, allows them to comprehend the topic in which is being taught more than in a traditional method because they aren’t having to learn the same as other students, each student is learning in the best way for them. Based off of what has been stated and what I have found in my research, I believe that by using Montessori, a child’s testing scores and class work would improve due to that they are being able to comprehend the material in a better way because they are learning in the best way for them. So while the Montessori Method was developed in 1887 by Maria Montessori, Montessori Method is still used in today’s education as a method in which allows students to learn in the best of their abilities and is able to find new ways to learn. Using the method today also gives students independence in school which allows them to reach their full potential.
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