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.
*Schedule is subject to change.
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November 10 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
October 13 Elementary Imagination
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.
Sept 29 - 1 hour
Getting Parents on the Same Page
Getting on the Same Parenting Page - Many parents feel they are the more "kind/connected" parent, and their partner is the more "authoritarian" parent. This push/pull can lead parents to lean farther away from each other, rather than working as a team - that holds kindness and firmness at the SAME time. Join us for tools that will bring you together, on shared values and desires for your children, so you are raising your children for lifelong success, while preserving your partnership.
Presenters: Flora McCormack and Erin Lanigan
Sept 15 - 2 hours
Elementary Dealing with Dyslexia
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.
Presenters: Karla Hahn and Jamilyn Cole
Montessori Administration: The Journey of Starting a School
Two Age of Montessori graduates recently started new schools. What were their biggest motivations and their greatest challenges? If you are thinking of starting a new school, this webinar is for you!
Presenters: Yolanda Reyes, Erin Lanigan, Jacinta
June 9 - 1 hour
Infant-Toddler: Meeting Developmental Needs
Many parents have thought that until the baby can talk back, there is not much going on in the child’s brain. We will review some of the fantastic research on the capacities of the young child, from birth onward and how we can promote their development.
Join the developers of this amazing course and have all your questions answered.
Presenters: Mary Ellen Maunz and Nancy McNabb
May 12 - 1 hour
Infant-Toddler: Involving Children in Your Life
If we were to establish a principle, it would be that what is necessary is the child’s participation in our lives - Maria Montessori
Curious about what it looks like to increase your child's involvement into more aspects of your life? Join us as we discuss simple and practical ways to include your infant or toddler in many meaningful capacities, and realize all the benefits these actions bring, starting today!
Presenters: Mary Ellen Maunz and Nancy McNabb
“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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Webinar Replay - Elementary Social Skills
This webinar offers suggestions for practical life and social skills training for the elementary child, ages 6-12. The fun and practical examples shared can be adapted to meet your personals situations with your children or students. Presenters: Janet Nordemann, M.Ed. Suzanne Tipton, B.A.
Webinar Replay: Infant/Toddler Involving Children in Your Life
If we were to establish a principle, it would be that what is necessary is the child’s participation in our lives - Maria Montessori Curious about what it looks like to increase your child's involvement into more aspects of your life? Join us as we discuss simple and practical ways to include your infant or toddler in many meaningful capacities, and realize all the benefits these actions bring, starting today! Presenters: Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed. Erin Lanigan, B.A.
Webinar Replay: Administering a Montessori School
A focus on delegation of responsibilities, communication with families and forming strong relationships with your community will be addressed. This webinar will expand on the information that was discussed in part I.
Presented by: Karen Walton M.Ed.
Erin Lanigan B.A.
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