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Mary Ellen Maunz showing grammar symbols in elementary classroom.

Age of Montessori Online Teacher Training is “in the Spirit of Montessori”

After 9 months of online learning, Age of Montessori students from around the world gathered together in beautiful Bozeman, Montana to begin the one-month intensive component of the training program. During this first-time meeting with one another and master teachers Mary Ellen Maunz and Randall Klein, students shared their experiences of the online portion of […]

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Normalization through Work

Among Montessori’s most important educational principles is what she called “normalization.” To understand normalization, let’s go back to what most people think about young children. There is the common idea that young children have a short attention span. They can be naughty and capricious. They leave a trail of messes in their wake. Many of […]

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Ten Secrets of Montessori Education

Check back at our What’s New!  Age of Montessori blog site each week. Read about The Ten Secrets of Montessori Education and find out what these secrets can mean to you and your work with children.  Following the series on The Ten Secrets, you will have the opportunity to learn more about the four major […]

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