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February 23, 2009


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Katy Bronander

how would you say this compares to the Montessori method when it comes to learning?


Briefly, teaching in a multisensory way is not an educational program parallel to another, such as Montessori. A teacher or parent may utilize multisensory materials and methods from within any framework of education. The strength of Montessori in my opinion lies in the child directed activities, the hands-on, the repetition and practice, the learning by doing, etc. I believe Child1st's resources add a valuable dimension in that we design learning materials with images embedded, story that carries the meaning, and other right-brained elements that help make learning easy for children in the early developmental stages.

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