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.
Research continues to confirm the outcomes that really matter for children: executive function, linguistic and cultural fluency, and social-emotional development. Join us this week as Jackie Cossentino explains how the DERS (Developmental Environmental Rating Scale) and MEFS (Minnesota Executive Function Scale) can help our teachers and schools. Jackie oversees the development of evidence-based tools for evaluation, assessment, […]
Tim Seldin has a long history in the Montessori movement. Today he discussed some of his memories of his early years as a student at the Barrie School and how he got involved with Montessori.
This webinar, presented by Christine Lowry will discuss A Montessori Model: Prepare, Provide, Guide for working with ALL learners in the Montessori Classroom – at all levels. This model is based on considerable research on best practices in education and trends and insights in special education. As always, listener participation is welcomed as we share […]
Join Jono Landon as he shares his passion for simplifying parent engagement. Here’s what we’ll cover in this webcast: 1. How to use each communication tool the right way so that parents read your messages and are informed. 2. How to centralize all of the communication tools into one simple system so that you don’t have to learn and manage contacts and tasks in multiple […]
Why Montessori Kindergarteners Outsmart and Outshine Kids in Traditional Public and Private School Programs ~ Persuading Parents to Stay for the 3rd Year” Join Jonathan Wolff and Kathy Leitch as we discuss the importance of the completion of the 3-year cycle. We all know how important retention is to each student, the classroom, and our schools. How do we effectively convey the benefits to our parents […]
Discover Co–Teaching! Is it a possibility in your school or classroom? Michael Dorer discusses what co–teaching is and what it is not. Generally applied in elementary classrooms and above, co–teaching can bring a new energy and approach to your program. Its emphasis on collaboration and equality can be models of a completely cooperative and collaborative classroom and whole school community. Can co–teaching work in your school? Listen […]
Put the clipboards away and record your daily classroom activity from ANY web-enabled device! MC’s incredibly easy-to-use record–keeping interface works beautifully on an up-to-date iPad, iPhone, Android tablet/phone, Mac, or PC. Plan your lessons in advance or record spontaneous lessons in real-time. You can take attendance, share photos, record observations, keep track of daily routines, concerns, or needs, and communicate just what you want […]
This week Lorna McGrath, Coordinator of the Montessori Family Alliance, talked with us about the importance of ongoing parenting education courses (separate and in addition to any Montessori workshops you run for parents). “If you help parents learn how to create a peaceful home, they will be eternally grateful to you and your school.” Are […]
Webcast: Addressing Challenging Behaviors in the Montessori Classroom: Systems for Supporting Staff and Students
Brynn Rangel and Maria Eva Chaffin will focus on the increasing number of challenging behavior and special needs families that are approaching Montessori Schools in the hope for a better fit for their children. We will review and answer questions regarding the following core topics covered in the upcoming course: Addressing Challenging Behaviors in the Montessori Classroom: Systems for Supporting Staff and Students. […]
Marco teórico de la enseñanza del segundo idioma en el aula Montessori. Panelistas: Dina Paulik, Cristina Armisen, Valeria Fernández y Patty de León