child development

Why Connect with Nature?

Nowadays, children are spending more and more time indoors…think of all the developmental opportunities they’re missing! What can your child learn from nature? As your child observes the way leaves move and sway in the wind, he is developing his vision. As your child hears the many layers of sound in nature, her hearing is […]

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Webinar: Montessori and the Family

Montessori and the Family

Presented by:
Tammy Ulrich, M.A. Executive Director, Oregon Montessori Association and
Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed., Founder, Program Director Join us for this webinar tracing the career of a Montessori child, student of Age of Montessori’s inspiration, Dr. Elisabeth Caspari at age 2 ½, and who is now Executive Director of the Oregon Montessori Association. With a passion […]

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Q&A’s: Should I Become a Montessori Teacher?

Why become a Montessori teacher? Choosing the right career path is one of the most important decisions we’ll make in our lives. There are many equally important factors to consider such as job satisfaction, training and credential requirements, personal fulfillment, job demand, advancement opportunities, and salary. Age of Montessori has answers to some of the […]

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10 Things that Make a Preschool Great

As parents, we’ve all heard the doom and gloom messages about the quality of early education these days. But here’s the good news: preschools everywhere are getting better all the time. Admittedly, if we at Age of Montessori could have our way, we’d probably make every preschool on earth a Montessori school (an authentic Montessori […]

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Courage to Thrive

The first duty of an educator is to stir up life, but leave it free to develop.  –Maria Montessori I wear many hats for the Age of Montessori, including those first phone call meetings with adult learner candidates during the enrollment period, teaching summer Residencies, and supervising the Internship year that follows. From start to […]

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