Children’s Neuro-Readiness is an important concept in the Montessori approach, which emphasizes the importance of assessing a child’s neurological development before introducing them to academic tasks. In Montessori, children are seen as active participants in their own learning, and their individual needs and abilities are taken into account.
Therefore, the Montessori approach recognizes that each child has a unique developmental timeline and neuro-readiness for various tasks, such as reading, writing, and math. By understanding a child’s neurological development, Montessori educators can provide a more effective and personalized learning experience that aligns with the child’s cognitive and motor skills. This approach aims to foster a love of learning in children, while also ensuring they develop essential skills at their own pace.
Learn more with Patti Andrich how to understand, recognize, and develop your child’s neuro-readiness.
Friday, February 17 9 am to 3 pm at The Vision Development Team Beachwood, Ohio
Contact: Patti Andrich 440-230-0923