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This 10 week program is designed to introduce the wonders of Montessori at the elementary level to assistant teachers, support staff, and Montessori administrators who are new to Montessori or Montessori for the elementary years.

Topics include:

  • Key Montessori principles
  • Classroom leadership for elementary classrooms
  • Classroom roles and supporting the work of the elementary child
  • Positive Discipline
  • An introduction to the Montessori Elementary Curriculum for children 6-12 with a focus on the Cosmic Curriculum as the heart of the classroom.

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

This course is designed to be an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and Best Practices at the Early Childhood level. It includes topics related to classroom leadership and an overview of the Montessori Early Childhood curriculum. Montessori Key Concepts such as the Absorbent Mind, Sensitive Periods, and Normalization are explained. Participants will also learn about classroom roles and positive discipline. This class will be beneficial to Assistant Teachers and other support staff as well as volunteers and substitute teachers

Montessori Beginnings is an introduction to supporting development during the earliest years of life. This 10-week course will provide information that can be useful to assistants, administrators, parents, and anyone interested in learning about how to apply Montessori philosophy, principles, and practices to care for the youngest members of our human family. 

Montessori Beginnings is an introduction to supporting development during the earliest years of life. This 10-week course will provide information that can be useful to assistants, administrators, parents, and anyone interested in learning about how to apply Montessori philosophy, principles, and practices to care for the youngest members of our human family. 

This 10 week program is designed to introduce the wonders of Montessori at the elementary level to assistant teachers, support staff, and Montessori administrators who are new to Montessori or Montessori for the elementary years.

Topics include:

  • Key Montessori principles
  • Classroom leadership for elementary classrooms
  • Classroom roles and supporting the work of the elementary child
  • Positive Discipline
  • An introduction to the Montessori Elementary Curriculum for children 6-12 with a focus on the Cosmic Curriculum as the heart of the classroom.

This course is designed to be an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and Best Practices at the Early Childhood level. It includes topics related to classroom leadership and an overview of the Montessori Early Childhood curriculum. Montessori Key Concepts such as the Absorbent Mind, Sensitive Periods, and Normalization are explained. Participants will also learn about classroom roles and positive discipline. This class will be beneficial to Assistant Teachers and other support staff as well as volunteers and substitute teachers

This 10 week program is designed to introduce the wonders of Montessori at the elementary level to assistant teachers, support staff, and Montessori administrators who are new to Montessori or Montessori for the elementary years.

Topics include:

  • Key Montessori principles
  • Classroom leadership for elementary classrooms
  • Classroom roles and supporting the work of the elementary child
  • Positive Discipline
  • An introduction to the Montessori Elementary Curriculum for children 6-12 with a focus on the Cosmic Curriculum as the heart of the classroom.

This course is designed to be an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and Best Practices at the Early Childhood level. It includes topics related to classroom leadership and an overview of the Montessori Early Childhood curriculum. Montessori Key Concepts such as the Absorbent Mind, Sensitive Periods, and Normalization are explained. Participants will also learn about classroom roles and positive discipline. This class will be beneficial to Assistant Teachers and other support staff as well as volunteers and substitute teachers.

This 10 week program is designed to introduce the wonders of Montessori at the elementary level to assistant teachers, support staff, and Montessori administrators who are new to Montessori or Montessori for the elementary years.

Topics include Key Montessori principles, Classroom leadership for elementary classrooms, Classroom roles and supporting the work of the elementary child, Positive Discipline, and an introduction to the Montessori Elementary Curriculum for children 6-12 with a focus on the Cosmic Curriculum as the heart of the classroom.

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

This course is designed to be an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and Best Practices at the Early Childhood level. It includes topics related to classroom leadership and an overview of the Montessori Early Childhood curriculum. Montessori Key Concepts such as the Absorbent Mind, Sensitive Periods, and Normalization are explained. Participants will also learn about classroom roles and positive discipline. This class will be beneficial to Assistant Teachers and other support staff as well as volunteers and substitute teachers

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

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This course is designed to be an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and Best Practices at the Early Childhood level. It includes topics related to classroom leadership and an overview of the Montessori Early Childhood curriculum. Montessori Key Concepts such as the Absorbent Mind, Sensitive Periods, and Normalization are explained. Participants will also learn about classroom roles and positive discipline. This class will be beneficial to Assistant Teachers and other support staff as well as volunteers and substitute teachers

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges. 

This course provides a survey of issues in special education including behavioral, academic, developmental, speech-language and children with multiple concerns. Students will gain practical ideas for how Montessori educators can most effectively work with the family, school leadership, and outside specialists to support children with special needs in Montessori programs. Topics include: characteristics of children with learning disabilities and types of needs, school policies to address issues of children with special needs, communicating with parents, adapting and accommodating for special needs and working in partnership with specialists. This program will provide participants with many games and activities to support motor development and children both typically developing and those with a wide variety of challenges.  
This reflective professional development course is designed to be an online personal retreat. You will explore your definition of "Spirit" and how your connection to "the teacher within" prepares you for your work as a teacher. You will personally connect to Spirit  more deeply and consistently. Insights, Aha!s, epiphanies, creativity and genius become more frequent as wisdom, truth and guidance flow through from the right brain due to a stronger superhighway between the left and right brain via the callus callosum.

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