PILLARS OF INDIAN MONTESSORI CENTRE.

Mrs. ShivaramkrishnaA brief introduction.
Ms. Sivaramakrishnan has been ceaselessly working at promoting the Montessori method of education in India for the past four decades. She is an acclaimed authority on the Montessori method, and does not believe in diluting the Montessori philosophy in any manner. The courses she conducts strictly adhere to the Montessori principles. Her commitment to the Montessori ideology is total. She has trained hundreds of Montessori adults over the years. In fact many of her students...

BVRaoDr. B. V. A. Rao is the President of the Indian Montessori Centre. He has been actively involved in the activities of the IMC and has been extremely supportive in its functioning. Despite being an extremely busy individual, Dr. Rao has always made himself available to help and guide the activities of the Indian Montessori Centre.

An academician-par-excellence, Dr. Rao has been associated with...

SRSwamyIntroduction.
Born in Bangalore, in the year 1922, of parents who lived a life of rich culture and austerity, Swamy was the darling of the family. He often remarked "What! A son after five daughters, I was received with great celebration." His career in Montessori brought as much adulation, if not more, from his students and admirers. ...

Albert josteenAlbert Max Joosten (21 November 1914–26 February 1980) was one of Maria Montessori's earliest students and an ardent believer in her methods, He became her trusted lieutenant and to play a major role in popularizing the Montessori Method of Education especially in India. He was fondly called as Abs by his friends and relatives.

Birth and early years.
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Mario montessori SrIntroduction.
Mario Montessori Sr. was the only son of Dr. Maria Montessori. He was her close associate in all her endeavors in the field of education and carried on the propagation of the Montessori Movement after her demise. 
 

Birth and Early Years.
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