Age of Montessori Upcoming Webinars

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Join Us for Our Free Webinar Series:
The Power of Montessori ~ Hope for a New Generation

Presented by Experts in Education and Parenting

This ongoing series gives you a glimpse at why Montessori education is gaining traction all over the world, why it is gaining adherents and why children love going to Montessori schools. Whether you are a parent, a Montessori teacher or teacher-to-be or a school administrator, you will find something to fill your desire to know more about this dynamic and effective system of educating the world’s children.

These webinars are rich in practical content as these experts love to share their expertise with you!

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 January 18  – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

Fundamental Needs of People Fundamental Needs of People

Presented by Age of Montessori Faculty:
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director
Janet Nordemann, M.Ed., Elementary Program Faculty

The Fundamental Needs of People is a fantastic teaching tool and central to the needs of elementary-aged children – a gorgeous chart showing how man and woman have met their needs throughout history. It offers a central concept of how to organize both your teaching and children’s thinking about history.

Join us as Montessori elementary teacher and founder of Age of Montessori, Mary Ellen Maunz, shares how you can use this material whether you are a teacher in a Montessori school, a traditional school or a homeschooling parent.

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March 15  – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

The Child's Developing BrainThe Child’s Developing Brain: How Movement Drives Pathways to the Brain

Presented by:
Dr. Jeff Feenstra, D.C.
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director

Join our guest, Dr. Jeff Feenstra, D.C., father of three children, six, four and two, in a discussion of what the body needs to grow, and what it does not need.

We will explore the importance of how movement drives the development of the frontal lobe of the brain, which allows the child to develop executive functions such as planning and the ability to inhibit inappropriate behavior. We will also examine primal movement, the fitness world’s newest discovery!

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April 12  – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

Supporting Children and Families through Times of ChaosSupporting Children and Families through Times of Chaos

Presented by:
Tammy Ulrich and
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director

Long-time Montessorians Tammy Ulrich and Mary Ellen Maunz will discuss how we can recognize and help children and their parents though such chaos as divorce, death of a family member, having to move and other experiences that may throw the child into a tailspin.

We need to expect a certain amount of acting out and begin to prepare our environment to meet the difficult emotions children may go through in chaotic times.

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May 17  – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

Montessori Education and HomeworkMontessori Education and Homework

Presented by:
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director and
Nancy McNabb, M.A. Middlecreek Montessori

Despite Americans’ attachment to homework, there is no research that validates its use. Don’t let meaningless homework get in the way of your child’s developmental needs. Family time is valuable too!

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October 11 – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

Many Paths, One Message: Help to Life - Montessori teachers tell their storyMany Paths, One Message: Help to Life – Montessori teachers tell their story

Presented by Age of Montessori Graduates:
Carriga Camp, BA and Vanessa Chipe Swiggart, BA

Join two AoM graduates for an informal discussion on their path to becoming Montessori teachers and the importance of professional development.

This will be a question and answer format that is perfect for anyone considering becoming a Montessori teacher, teachers in training or anyone who loves Montessori education.

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December 6 – Wednesday – 4-5 pm (MST)

The Montessori Assistant: How to Be One, How to Train OneThe Montessori Assistant: How to Be One, How to Train One

Presented by:
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director and
Victoria Brailsford, M.A. Asst. Program Director

With established adult/child ratios in every state, almost all Montessori classrooms have an assistant. But what does that person do? How do we prepare him or her for the role? Come join experienced Montessorians as we discuss this important topic.

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