Our Webinars are rich in content and give great insight into the amazing Montessori-method.
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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December 8 - 4pm - 1hr
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.
Presenters: Mary Ellen Maunz M.Ed. and Nancy McNabb
Round Table Discussion: The Road to Becoming a Montessori Teacher
January 19, 2022
Join this engaging round table discussion. Our founder Mary Ellen and several of her colleagues discuss what drew them to Montessori. The ups and downs and what makes every day worth it to them. This event is a must attend for anyone considering becoming a Montessori teacher. An insider's view from those who have committed to Montessori!
Presented by Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed and friends.
Gifted in the Montessori Classroom
February 2, 2022
This webinar is for both parents and teachers of all age children.
Our gifted team will discuss effective ways to speak to your children; effective activities that help children learn to calm down; how to help children learn to make right choices and take responsibility for their choices; logical consequences and natural consequences used as a way to help children learn to make right choices; activities to use in classroom that promote kind and supportive behavior.
Presented by our friends at Abintra Montessori
Elementary Classroom Management: Dealing with Dyslexia
January 12, 2022
Focusing on both theory and strategies of the causes of dyslexia and how to remediate it. Karla and Jamilyn will be discussing the visual, auditory and brain-based studies and research. Jamilyn will share strategies and solutions she has developed over the years in the classroom.
Great for both teachers and parents.
Presented by: Karla Hahn and Jamilyn Cole
“I have been a Montessori teacher for some years now and Age of Montessori has helped me to developed a better and full understanding...”
– Ilya – Early Childhood
“Maria Montessori reminds us that the training of the teacher is something far more than the learning of ideas, it includes the training of the character...”
– Jamilyn – Elementary II
“I’m really really glad I chose Age of Montessori – I was drawn to the enthusiasm that I saw in other students testimonials. What differentiates this program...”
– Alicia – Elementary I
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Age of Montessori’s professional development webinars allow you to refresh and renew your passion for Montessori education, broaden your understanding of different areas of Montessori learning, and sharpen your skills. Learn from Age of Montessori experts, faculty and special guest speakers. A wealth of information and rich content.
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