Therefore, in my opinion the humanistic perspective of psychology has huge impact in a Montessori environment due to the fact that the teacher/therapist acts as a guide to help with the development of the whole person and to build positive relationships. That everyone is treated the same way and never judge on their pass experiences. The humanistic approach has a major emphaise on freedom of choice that humans learn by what they are interested in. This is very similar to Montessori’s approach she believes that children have a say and control on their own learning. In my opinion from placement it is clearly obvious when children get to pick what the want to learn they absorb it quicker then if the the were learning something the didn’t like. If we apply a humanistic approach in our classroom environment in the process of learning and teaching in order to help produce a good learner and critical of reality. This approach helps children better understand themselves and to create positive learning environment that promotes their desire to learn. If a teacher follows the humanistic approach students are more likely to discuss their feelings, opinions and problems with learning.Humanists, such as Maslow and Montessori, believe it is necessary to study and develop the whole person over their live long learning. Both Maslow and Montessori believe that children are to be respected as fellow human beings .To promote the humanistic approach, it is important to follow the six characteristic to good teaching which are students are well inform on what you are teaching, teachers believe that children want to learn, help students become best visions of themselves, use different methods of instruction, be aware that children are very sensitive to their feelings, Teacher guides the students to correct answer she does not tell what to do.In humanistic setting students are more likely to openly discuss their opinions, feeling and problems with learning. reference teachers play an important role in helping satisfy the need to belong. Its important that lessons are developed not for a group, but for the individual. By differentiate lessons by giving each child a chance to succeed and receive positive reinforcement.