UNESCO Futures of Education Initiative & Montessori Education

Montessori Education UNESCO aims to bring together numerous perspectives as well as thoughts of the stakeholders who are impacted by the changing nature of education for the prestigious ‘UNESCO Futures of Education’s initiative. And, the educationists believe that the best suggestion for how to move forward is to consider the work done by Dr. Montessori.

Dr. Maria Montessori refuted educational values that are still practiced today, over a century ago. Moreover, the most bewildering feature of Montessori’s experiment was that no one enforced children to learn.

3 Main Questions To Be Addressed With The Initiative

Here are the 3 foremost questions this initiative tries to find to find answers for:

1. When you think about 2050 …

  • What are you most hopeful about?
  • What are you most concerned about?

2. What should be the collective purposes of education in 2050?

3. With the visions of 2050 and the collective purposes of education that you just described …

The initiative aims to address the above bigger questions through other narrow focus extents.

Who Can Join?

  • Parents
  • Teachers
  • Students
  • Educators
  • Researchers
  • Policy-makers
  • Edupreneurs

What Will You Get?

You’ll get the following benefits:

  • Deliver a prospect to be selected for a feature/mention of you/your organization on the UNESCO Global Education Report on the Futures of Education initiative.
  • Provide a break to notify and shape future Education Policy.
  • Offer a channel for your ideas/thoughts/views.
  • Inform thousands of readers on this platform.
  • Highlight any experiments/ideas you have executed.
  • Name you/your association as a contributor to the Futures Of Education initiative on this platform.

Five Principles of the Montessori Classroom

Areas Of Consideration

Teachers need to address these questions ----

  • If you are a teacher and if you work with preschool children, what policy practices would help kindergarteners get ready for elementary school?
  • How would you distinguish learning for the miscellaneous ability needs in your classroom?
  • Do you think a computer can replace the teacher?
  • What are your thoughts on the existing education system’s significance to the real world?
  • What is the one change you would carry to the current education system, if you could?
  • Tell us about any experiments you applied in your own classroom that could be executed by others on a larger scale?

Parents need to address these questions ----

  • Do you think the contemporary costs of schooling are acceptable? Why or why not?
  • Do you think school and higher education equipped you suitably for a job? Why or why not?
  • What do you think has changed for the better in the current education system? What could change still?
  • If you could, what is the one change you would bring to the recent education system?

Format For Submission

Format For Submission your vision for Education in 2050

So, how should education be used to shape our future?

Well, to find the rejoinders, we need only look as far as the child before us. We can’t predict what it will look like but what we do see is that the world will need people who ask questions, are intrusive, collaborate, and who are peaceful.

The Bottom Line

Education transforms the world. Kids who attend Montessori preschools have better executive functioning skills. Diploma in Montessori Teachers Training program is something that you can think about! This step is certainly a forward-looking vision of what education might yet become!

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