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Write down three differences between how the Freedom School and the Reggio Emilia School differ in organization.
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Families, Schools, and Communities: Building Partnerships for Educating Children


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Main similarities between Montessori and Reggio Emilia schools
Flexible learning: Both Montessori and Reggio schools give students lots of freedom. With some guidance from the teacher, kids can choose their own work and activities. They’re also free to move around the classroom, work independently or in groups, and work at their own pace.

Individualized curriculum: Neither Montessori nor Reggio schools have a standardized curriculum. Rather, with some help from the teacher, students from these schools can pursue tasks and activities that interest and motivate them.

Student interaction: Both Montessori and Reggio schools encourage a lot of interaction between students. Montessori and Reggio classrooms are set up to promote student collaboration and group work. Both also have some child-to-child teaching.

Role of the teacher: Neither Montessori nor Reggio teachers give regular whole-class lectures. Nor do they attempt to impart knowledge to students through direct instruction or memorization. Rather, their main role is to connect students with meaningful work.
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