In Montessori education, Creativity and Imagination are considered vital aspects of child development and learning. Imagination refers to the ability to conceptualize things not currently present to the senses, while creativity is viewed as the application of imagination to formulate new and innovative ideas. Both are believed to rely on mental imagery developed through sensorial experiences.
- 1Montessori Quotes
- 2Research and Critiques
- 3Comparisons to Other Methods
- 4See Also
- 5Glossary of Montessori Terms
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