Age of Montessori’s professional development webinars are a two-hour format that includes presentations complete with hand-outs. If you attend the live event, you also have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the presenter.
“I love Age of Montessori, faculty and teachers. I love the support that I am offered here. I feel that the material is high quality and true to Montessori. It definitely resonates with me on a deep level. All the webinars are rich with resources and information to help us in the becoming of the teachers and parents we wish to be.”
Attend LIVE – Wednesday 4 to 6 p.m. Mountain Time USA
– OR – Catch the REPLAY ~ replays will be available within a few days of the Live Event.
~ 2019 Schedule ~
December 11, 2019 – 4 – 6 p.m.
Sensorial Roots of Science and Culture 3: Biology
Biology comes alive for children when we start with the real thing. In the early childhood years we begin with animals and examples of the different kinds of vertebrates, examining their external parts. In elementary, we begin with real plants and stories of how they changed our planet and diversified life in amazing ways, moving on to a deeper study of the animals we depend on as friends and often as food, shelter and clothing. We see that throughout history and in different cultures, plants and animals may be used in different ways to meet the fundamental needs of people.
Presenter: Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed.
Pricing & Payment
Price: $50 for individuals $150 for schools or groups for 2 hour webinars
Online Payment: You don’t need a PayPal account, just click on the second option: ‘Don’t Have a Paypal Account’ and follow the instructions.
Phone Payment: We can register you from the office call: 406-284-2160
How to Join a Webinar:
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Note: Many teachers have used our webinars to meet their schools’ professional development needs. Each state is different, so you may want to check with your school administrator or local Educational Office to determine if your home state accepts online professional development hours.