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“Children now in school will face adult life as “independent agents” to a degree never before seen in our history. They will not be tied to a single job, employer, or even industry, and will experience career paths that were unimaginable as little as 20 years ago. This is occurring even as the trend toward rigid control, high-stakes academic testing, and limited school curricula has robbed them of the opportunities necessary to develop the broad-based problem-solving skills necessary for happy, productive, interesting lives.  The educational methods, materials, and developmental culture identified by Dr. Montessori 100 years ago have never been more relevant. Dr. Montessori’s work in 1907 anticipated—by 100 years—the need for a method of education that supports success, happiness, leadership, and progress in the world of the 21st century." – Dr. Stephen Hughes

Montessori books

Discipline books

  • Positive Disciplineby Jane Nelsen, ED.D.
  • Positive Discipline The First Three Years by Jane Nelsen, ED.D., Cheryl Erwin, M.A., and Roslyn Ann Duffy
  • Positive Discipline For Preschoolers by Jane Nelsen, ED.D., Cheryl Erwin, M.A., and Roslyn Ann Duffy
  • Positive Discipline For Teenagers by Jane Nelsen, ED.D. and Lynn Lott
  • Positive Discipline For Working Parents by Jane Nelsen, ED.D. and Lisa Larson
  • Positive Discipline A-Z by Jane Nelsen, ED.D., Lynn Lott, and H. Stephen Glenn

Other books

  • Best Friends, Worst Enemies, Understanding the Social Lives of Children by Michael Thompson, PH.D., and Catherine O’Neill Grace with Lawrence J. Cohen Ph.D

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