So,your three year old is off to school for the first time and you’re very excited. You want to know what she did and who she met and what the teachers were like. So you ask. Your child either looks at you like you have two heads and says nothing or maybe responds with, “I […]
Time to get ready! A new school year is ahead. Let’s think together about what to do for a successful start. Dr. Michael Dorer will share some ideas and plans that can help a new launch. Whether you are a novice or veteran, join us for a fun session of plans and ideas.
Dr. Montessori paved the way for eternal optimism and reminds us why we engage in the purposeful work of serving children, families, teachers, schools, and organizations. This week, Tim Seldin, Kathy Leitch and Jonathan Wolf will facilitate a discussion on setting intentions for the new year. As we look forward to 2018 in the Montessori world-wide […]
Join Dr. Robin Howe and Kathy Leitch for suggestions on how to support your elementary child as she moves into the Secondary level of Montessori school.
Do you struggle everyday with getting ready and out of the house on time for school, work, religious services, visiting friends and relatives? From her years of parenting, teaching, and administering a school Lorna McGrath has lots of tips for parents and teachers to make any getting ready time less of a struggle and more […]
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.
On July 26, 2017, our webcast topic was “What’s Going to Be Different This School Year?” Guiding Staff to Look at Themselves, Their Classrooms, and Professional Relationships With Fresh Eyes What would happen if every teacher and staff member in your school were to start the year with the attitude, “This is […]
Montessori consultant, Christine Lowry. The topic is What to Expect in the First Month of School.
Lorna McGraht and Kathryn Kvols explored the issues of supporting children through the first weeks of school.
Kath Kvols and Lorna McGrath offer still more advice on helping your child(ren) get into the swing of school, whether this will be their first year in Montessori or their 16th!
Shared with us By Chip DeLorenzo, M.Ed. Contributing Editor with the Montessori Family Alliance Dear Mom or Dad, As you know I’ll be starting school again real soon, and I can’t wait. I overheard you the other day saying to your friend that you can’t wait for school to start too. I’m glad you’re as […]
Summer! arents appreciate the more relaxed perspective that the summer offers (summer nights, vacations, lax bedtime routines, etc.), and children love the idea of summer camps, swimming, vacations, and less structure in their lives. Going back to school can be a difficult time for children – albeit a time of relief for many parents. Going […]