what can we do as teachers to provide for the psychological needs in montessori?The question is about montessori children

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Since Montessori requires the teacher to take a "hands-off" approach, I would make sure to form good solid relationships with each child.  Montessori in the traditional form can be isolating, so the teacher needs to make an extra effort to reach out to the child and to help children learn to work together.

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