Montessori videos: “You Ask, We Answer”

Montessori videos: “You Ask, We Answer”

The “They Ask, You Answer” Strategy:

You may recall last year we had a film crew from Mazz Media visit the school to interview parents and document class activities. We planned these videos as a series to help address common questions about the Montessori method and its value for parents and students. The approach underlying the videos is a strategy called “They Ask, You Answer.” In this case, the videos are providing the answers.

How we’re rolling out the Montessori videos

The plan is to roll out each of the videos along with a Facebook post and blog article. We encourage you to view the videos (most are less than a minute in length). In this way, we hope that you’ll learn more about your fellow parents, as well as how we apply the Montessori method. Of course, if you have any of your own questions, please let us know in the comments and we’ll do our best to answer.

Video: Why should I choose Montessori for my child?

In our first video of the series, a parent answers perhaps the most common question asked by parents considering Montessori: “Why should I choose Montessori for my child?”

In this video, one parent explains why they have chosen a Montessori education for their child. For parents looking to expand their children’s independence, a Montessori school may be the best option.

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The greatest sign of success for a teacher is to be able to say, “The children are working as if I did not exist.” – Dr. Maria Montessori