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Does Montessori Increases IQ?

Does Montessori Increases IQ?

Montessori is a type of educational method that emphasizes hands-on learning, independence, and self-directed exploration. Montessori’s focus on independence, exploration, and self-directed learning can all lead to higher IQ scores in children. This article will discuss how Montessori’s teaching methods can increase children’s IQ scores. What is Montessori

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How to Strengthen Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

How to Strengthen Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence

Children are not born with emotional intelligence. They learn it through their interactions with the world and their parents. Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify, understand, and manage one’s own emotions as well as those of others. It is important for children to develop this skill because

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Why does Montessori Teach Writing and Reading?

Why does Montessori Teach Writing and Reading?

Montessori schools are becoming increasingly popular all over the world. It focuses on providing a hands-on, self-directed, and social learning environment for children from ages 0 to 12.  One of the most important principles of Montessori education is that children should learn by doing. This means that children

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How do Montessori Students Do in High School?

How do Montessori Students Do in High School?

Montessori students are often seen as being ahead of their peers in terms of academics. They are often more confident and independent learners. A recent study conducted by the National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMP) found that Montessori students do better than their peers in

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Does Montessori Increases IQ?

Does Montessori Increases IQ?

Montessori is a type of educational method that emphasizes hands-on learning, independence, and self-directed exploration. Montessori’s focus on independence, exploration, and self-directed learning can all lead to higher IQ scores

Read More »