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Webinar: Assessment and Data in Montessori

Webinar: Assessment and Data in Montessori

What Montessori parents need to know about assessment, data collection and how we use it to not only support children’s learning but also to validate the Montessori method of education. Dr. Howe explains what this means for children in Montessori schools and the larger education community.

Webinar:  The Great Lessons – Part II

Webinar: The Great Lessons – Part II

In this session Robin Howe completes a presentation for parents on The Great Lessons as a foundational piece to the Elementary curriculum. He explains each of the five lessons in more detail and describes how parents can support their child’s learning.

Webinar: Getting Off to the Right Start

Webinar: Getting Off to the Right Start

  Robin Howe shares his experience as a teacher and administrator concerning parent, student, and school expectations for the beginning of the school year. He suggests ways for families to get off to the right start.

Webinar:  The Great Lessons in the Elementary Years – Part I – Dr. Robin Howe

Webinar: The Great Lessons in the Elementary Years – Part I – Dr. Robin Howe

In this session Robin Howe, PhD introduces viewers to the role of the Great Lessons in the Elementary curriculum, how their design engages the imagination of the elementary child, and develops an appreciation of the history and evolution of planet in order for humans to be where they are today – technology, transportation, health sciences, […]

Webcast:  Transitioning Students from Upper Elementary to Secondary

Webcast: Transitioning Students from Upper Elementary to Secondary

Upper Elementary students will be taking that big step into a new plane of development and you can help bridge the gap. Robin will share insights for students, parents, and teachers from his experience as an upper elementary teacher, an adolescent teacher, and as an associate head of school.

Webinar:  Transitioning Children into Montessori

Webinar: Transitioning Children into Montessori

Are you considering starting your child in a Montessori school at four years old, 8 years old, 15 years old? Robin Howe, Associate Head of NewGate School, explains the in’s and out’s of the admission process when new older students and their families wish to start in Montessori. Schools carefully consider many factors before admitting […]

Webinar:  Sensitive Periods in the Elementary Years / Pt 1

Webinar: Sensitive Periods in the Elementary Years / Pt 1

Robin Howe, Associate Head of NewGate School, the lab school of the Montessori Foundation, offers a clear explanation of “sensitivities” an elementary child experiences and many useful ideas for understanding their interests and behaviors in this twp part series.

Webinar:  Sensitive Periods in the Elementary Years / Pt 2

Webinar: Sensitive Periods in the Elementary Years / Pt 2

Robin Howe, Associate Head of NewGate School, offered a clear explanation of “sensitivities” and many useful ideas for understanding the elementary child’s interests and behaviors in Part 1. Join us for Part 2 as we continue to look at the remaining sensitivities.

Celebrating Birthdays in the Montessori Classroom

very year in Montessori classrooms all over the world, young children celebrate their birthdays by walking around a candle with a globe in their hands, symbolic of the passages around the sun that the children have made during their lives. As these Montessori children get older, their stories get longer, and for many, after ten […]

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Celebrating Birthdays the Montessori Way

Celebrating Birthdays the Montessori Way

very year in Montessori classrooms all over the world, young children celebrate their birthdays by walking around a candle with a globe in their hands, symbolic of the passages around the sun that the children have made during their lives. As these Montessori children get older, their stories get longer, and for many, after ten […]