In Montessori education, Learning Explosions refer to the sudden and rapid advancements in a child’s learning, representing the external manifestations of a lengthy process of internal growth. Human development is often characterized by these explosive leaps rather than steady, linear progress. An example of a learning explosion is the rapid acquisition of spoken language around two years of age, which follows many months of internal preparation and mental development.
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