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Parenting Toward Anti-Racism Continued

Parenting Toward Anti-Racism Continued

In the initial session – “Parenting Toward Anti-Racism” – we explored how parents can support their children in being anti-racist. During this session Dr. Wise is here again to continue our conversation and focus on the inner work that adults must do. Find out how knowledge of US history since the 16 hundreds, understanding of […]

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An Overview of “Adjusting to Life in 2020-2021”

We are starting a new series for parents as we adjust to life at home and at school during this Covid-19 season. Today’s session will introduce each of the seven webinars in the series. Please join us for a sneak preview with Tammy Willen, Jon Wolff, and Lorna McGrath.

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The Inner Work of Parenting: What We Can Learn from Children…To Help Us Be Happier, Healthier, and Better Caregivers

During this session, lead by Jonathan Wolff, we will explore what Maria Montessori and Kahlil Ghibran said about the work of the adult and parent. Concepts like “letting go of our positions,” “openness to the child’s view,” “being responsible for our adult emotions,” “no double standards,” and more will be discussed. Jon and the others […]

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Parenting Toward Gender Equality

During this session Scott Osborne and our Montessori Family Support Team will explore our roles as parents and teachers in creating gender equality or gender inequality, albeit consciously or unconsciously. We will begin to answer the question, “What can I do as a parent to help my children see people as individuals?”

Making 2020-21 Schooling Decisions

There are so many factors that go into finding the right match for your child and your family when it comes to schooling – home school, Montessori, public, private, finances, safety, and more. Add to that Covid and your head starts to spin. Join Christine Lowry, Tammy Willen, and Lorna McGrath as we help sort […]

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Parenting Toward Emotionally Healthy Families

Lorna McGrath and Margot Garfield-Anderson share ideas for cultivating and/or maintaining emotionally healthy families. Together we will weave our way through Covid-19, the summer of 2020, social unrest, and political campaigns, all of which provoke strong emotions. Whether you and your family have gotten a bit off course or whether you are holding on for […]

Parenting Toward Anti-Racism Continued

Parenting Toward Anti-Racism

So many of you have asked, “How do we talk to our children about the social unrest in America? How do we support them as we navigate our way through so many feelings and questions? How and when do we talk to our children about race? Dr.Val Wise along with our other panelists begin to […]

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Parenting in Summer 2020: the Unique Joys and Challenges

The Summer of 2020 is unprecedented in our lifetimes. What does that mean for parents? How do we ensure a healthy level of safety in our children as they reintegrate without causing undue stress and anxiety? How do we stay calm when there is so much unknown? Join us to learn some of the answers […]

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Families that Play Together…Weather Tough Times Together

Join the Montessori Family Support Team to take a look at and share ideas about how families can play together! Sometimes when life is uncertain and there is daily stress about what is coming next, we begin to have questions that weigh us down. We forget to take time to simply enjoy our families and […]

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Turn Challenging Behaviors into Positive Partnerships with Your Child

Behavior challenges to our parenting can be stressful in the best of times, but now that we are with our children almost all the time, even smaller challenges can sometimes feel overwhelming. Here’s a conversation with Lorna and Christine as they talk about ways you can find solutions with your child as you partner for […]

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2020 – Virtual Grandparenting

Join us to find ways grandparents can soothe the ache of missing their in-person relationships with their grandchildren. How can technology help and is it ok to use technology to grandparent? What kinds of things can I do virtually with my little guy who’s only three? What about my elementary girls who can read and […]

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Marching On…Montessori at Home

It is important that children’s activity during this time at home be joyful, thoughtful, challenging, and supportive of the love of learning. You were your child’s first teacher, providing these facets of education from the beginning, and, as a parent, you are highly capable of being an interim partner in your child’s learning. Effectively replicating […]

The Language of Empathy: Helping Children Through Uncertain Times

The Language of Empathy: Helping Children Through Uncertain Times

Join Jonathan Wolff and Tanya Ryskind for a discussion about how “The Language of Empathy” can help your child come out of these uncertain times with greater self-awareness and self-discipline. As parents, when we truly understand our children’s needs and feelings, fears and frustrations, we can safely guide them toward health, happiness, and success. In […]