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Weekly montessori leadership forum

watching webcastRegister for our Free Weekly Leadership Forum for Montessori School Leaders on Wednesdays at 1 PM ET (USA)


This is an ongoing program of free webcasts sponsored by The Montessori Foundation. Since 1992, we have nurtured, inspired, and supported the development of strong, successful Montessori schools around the world.

Each week on Wednesdays at 1 PM Eastern Time in the USA The Montessori Foundation leadership team hosts interesting guests or explores issues of importance to Montessori schools and educators everywhere. Often our focus will be on an issue that we feel deserves a fresh look (one example: The fundamental importance of the extended uninterrupted work cycle.), or a new solution to longstanding concerns.

Sign up for the series and you will have a unique log-in link.

We will send you a reminder of each week’s session and a description of the topic.

Sessions are recorded and, when uploaded and are available to members of the International Montessori Council (IMC) in the IMC Members Resource Center a few days after each session. An individual IMC username and password are required. Recordings can be viewed at your leisure and shared with others at your school if you wish.

The International Montessori Council is the membership organization for Montessori schools and educators formed in partnership with the Montessori Foundation. Membership is affordable and the support and benefits are outstanding. Like the Montessori Foundation, the IMC is here to help, and if you do not already belong, we invite you to join. The IMC provides comprehensive support, but many schools belong to both the IMC and one of the other Montessori societies, finding value in each at a cost that they can afford.

Learn more or join the IMC today by clicking here.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Here is an example of one webcast the first of a two-part series on Montessori’s approach to teaching grammar, by Dr. Michael Dorer, which we broadcast on February 15, 2017.