Montessori Pupil

2nd November 1946: Forty years ago Maria Montessori put forward the revolutionary idea of teaching children through freedom and their own voluntary activity. Since then she has gained followers among educationalists in every land. 'Picture Post' sent a photographer to a Montessori school in Acton, London, to record some of the classroom activities. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4244 - The Woman Who Made School Fun - pub. 1946 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
2nd November 1946: Forty years ago Maria Montessori put forward the revolutionary idea of teaching children through freedom and their own voluntary activity. Since then she has gained followers among educationalists in every land. 'Picture Post' sent a photographer to a Montessori school in Acton, London, to record some of the classroom activities. Original Publication: Picture Post - 4244 - The Woman Who Made School Fun - pub. 1946 (Photo by Kurt Hutton/Picture Post/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Montessori Pupil
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Credit:
Kurt Hutton / Stringer
Editorial #:
3314857
Collection:
Picture Post
Date created:
November 02, 1946
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Source:
Picture Post
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HK2575
Object name:
decades/PCD0708/001
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