Work Periods in the Upper Unit

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The uninterrupted Work Period is a fundamental element of the Montessori philosophy. It allows for individual variations in the learning process through which students have time to work on various tasks and responsibilities at their own pace.

In the Upper Unit, students typically have a Work Period in the morning as well as in the afternoon, during which time they can work on assignments of their choice either alone or in small groups. The uninterrupted Work Period gives the students an opportunity to hone their organizational and time management skills.

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