This is the third in a series of talks about the essential Montessori language materials. Tune in to find out more about what the purpose of the Moveable Alphabet is and how we use it in our classrooms. Montessori said that children can write before they read.
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.
Margot Garfield-Anderson, Montessori Foundation staff and grandparent emeritus – Many a grandparent and parent have probably wondered how Montessori teachers always know the right thing to say at the right time. Join Margot for a look at how they do that and how we can learn to do it, too.
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.
Find out how traditional education fails to prepare young people for the “ever-changing future” in the 21st century. Paul’s knowledge and insights with regard to adolescents and Montessori are not only encouraging but also clearly stated and practical.
Join Lorna for how and why she loves preparing food with children! There are lots of great ideas and suggestions for you and your child to use at home.
Parents often say, “Something inside keeps me from committing to any program. What can you tell me to help sort this all out?” Maren is here to help. Join us for this session to compare, contrast and decide your child’s best kindergarten option.
Do you have to unglue your child from video games or their phones? Do you sometimes reward your child with screen time? Come learn the “ins and outs” of how to teach your child how to manage their own screen time without hassles.
In Part 1 of this series, Christine gave an overview of exceptionalities in children and the Montessori approach. In Part 2, she describes characteristics of children who fall within the Autism Spectrum, their needs, information resources, and learning environments.
What are the Special Needs? How do we accommodate for Special Needs? Does Montessori work for all children with Special Needs? Join Christine to get her expertise in Special Needs and Montessori.
Join Kristi for some great ideas and tips on food prep with toddlers and the value to your toddlers’ development as well as to your family life.
Based on Maria Montessori’s writings, The Importance of Being Little by Erica Christakis, and Washington Post article “What the Modern World has Forgotten About Children and Learning,” Lorna will explore what we really know about best practice with children in the early childhood and elementary years. After more than 100 years of observing and researching, […]