Times are changing, and the Montessori community continues to see even greater changes as homeschooling, school districts and individual schools take up new forms of technology and explore new ways of delivering content and instruction.
Parents, teachers, and school leaders are becoming increasingly aware of new technologies that can engage students, and build on their academic strengths. As Montessorians we have made every effort to stay true to our roots. Our digital materials are not intended to replace the traditional printed materials that are currently in the classroom. On the contrary, we want to augment the activities and provide tools that not only challenge students, but also keep them engaged academically, promoting deep learning. Essentially, we are trying to provide students with more opportunities for project-based learning.