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Age of Montessori webinars are rich in practical content presented with knowledge and insight based on years of experience. Whether a parent, teacher, classroom assistant, the Early Childhood, Elementary and Infant Toddler webinars will give you a great insight into the amazing Montessori-method. Not to mention some great How to Administer a School tips.
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DUE TO ILLNESS - MOVED TO DEC 1 - 4pm Imagination in the Elementary Classroom
Explore this fascinating topic: reality vs. fantasy and when it is important to the child’s growing mind.
Much of the Montessori elementary curriculum is based on sparking the imagination. Our facilitators will demonstrate several ways to do this and discuss the growth of the brain, how the imagination expands the child’s ability to learn as well as their capacity for understanding and empathy.
Presenters: Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed. and Suzanne Tipton
November 10 - 4pm The Sounds of Music: Montessori Bells
Using a variety of musical instruments, learn about singing, movement and how to listen to music in the Montessori classroom.
A glimpse into writing music and playing it on different instruments. This opens the door to music in geography, culture and language lessons.
Presenter: Karen Walton, M.Ed.
December 8 - 4pm
Early Childhood Practical Life at Home and in the Classroom
Practical Life refers to the humble tasks of daily living. It can be as simple as inviting your child to dust the furniture with you, with a small cloth just his size, or as complicated as baking a pie.
In the prepared environments of Montessori classrooms, practical life may encompass several dozen lessons, each on a tray or basket with all the materials necessary for the child to fulfill the task or learning grace and courtesy.
At home, it can be helping mom or dad with specific chores with child-size implements. The main idea is for the child to develop coordination, concentration and independence, and to feel competent and a meaningful part of daily life.
Presenter: Erin Lanigan, B.A.
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