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Question about Montessori and Correcting the Special Needs Child

What are your thoughts on correction for the special needs child? For the neuro-typical child?

I think (in Montessori) along the way "correction" has been mixed up with "interrupt." In order to correct a child you have to interrupt him or her. Sometimes it is OK to interrupt a child to correct him, sometimes it is not. It really is subjective! And you don't want to always interrupt a child to correct him or her! But you don't want to allow a child to, for example, continuously hold a pencil incorrectly. Sooner or later you may have to make a correction.

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