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The Four Planes of Development.

@article{Grazzini1996TheFP,
  title={The Four Planes of Development.},
  author={Camillo Grazzini},
  journal={NAMTA Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={21}
}
This is the Plane of fundamental importance for the formation of the individual. The infant from 0-3 is identified by Montessori as a "Spiritual Embryo", as the infant has, within him/herself "potentials", which determine his or her development. There exists within this inert being, a global power, a human creative essence, which drives her or him to form a human being of his or time, civilisation and associated culture. The newborn child has to perform formative work, which corresponds in the… Expand
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