Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:
“What Maria Montessori Knew” (click here for it)
Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry discusses Maria Montessori and her education method. Gobry writes that Montessori was the first woman doctor in Italy, a polymath who studied everything from mathematics to anthropology to philosophy at advanced levels, a scientist by training, and a devout Catholic and daily communicant.... [click here to continue].
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