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#1 of 3 Old 04-09-2006, 04:51 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Wondering if anyone else has read this book by Donna Bryant Goertz. I found it very empowering both as a teacher and as a parent of a child who is "not yet peaceful".
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What is the book about exactly? I haven't heard of it. Sounds interesting though.
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It is an awesome, awesome book. I wish all teachers ran their classrooms as wisely and humanely as Goertz does on a daily basis. She basically talks through the process of integrating "difficult" children into a Montessori classroom. Several of the chapters brought tears to my eyes.

The title of the book is "Children Who Are Not Yet Peaceful"

http://www.austinmontessori.org/donn...oertz/book.htm

You can read chapter 9 on her website.
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