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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 caring for the youngest members of our human family.  


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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation  

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 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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.  

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 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. 


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This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation  

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 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 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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation 
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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children. 
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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.
This course will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.
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 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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.
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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.
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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
This 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
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 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 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 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 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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
This 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
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 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
This 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
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 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 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 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 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
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 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.

This course will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.

This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
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.
Yellow Group - Montessori Fundamentals Course
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.
For Students assigned to the Blue Group of the Montessori Foundations Course
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.
For Students assigned to the Green Group of the Montessori Foundations Course
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 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation
2012
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.
For Students Assigned to The Pink Group of The Montessori Fundamentals Course
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 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation

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 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to Montessori Early Childhood Education. Both theory and best practice for young children will be presented. Students will explore lessons in the areas of Practical Life, Sensorial, Language, Math and Cosmic Education and how these activities support the development of young children.
A professional development course presenting key concepts in Montessori Philosophy and classroom leadership for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.

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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation

This 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.


This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation.
A professional development course presenting key concepts in Montessori Philosophy and classroom leadership for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.
A professional development course presenting key concepts in Montessori Philosophy and classroom leadership for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.

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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.
This 7 week math journey will present video presentations of Montessori math materials from early numeration to advanced lessons. You will also view lectures that expound on topics designed to help you better understand how to meet the needs of children and support the development of their mathematical minds.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation.
This 7 week professional development course presents an organized and sequential approach to supporting language development in a Montessori Early Childhood environment. Participants will have an opportunity to view lectures and videos of the language curriculum and discuss related topics that will enrich their experience in working with children in this area.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation.
A professional development course presenting key concepts in Montessori Philosophy and classroom leadership for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.
This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation.

This 7 week math journey will present video presentations of Montessori math materials from early numeration to advanced lessons. You will also view lectures that expound on topics designed to help you better understand how to meet the needs of children and support the development of their mathematical minds.
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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.


This 6 week professional development course combines two courses to provide participants with information and activities for enriching their Montessori classrooms in the areas of Visual Arts and Music. Participants will gain the tools they need to design and prepare an art environment that that will to promote creative expression and develop art and music appreciation.


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This is a 5 week mini-course for professional development.
A professional development course designed for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
A professional development course designed for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
A professional development course designed for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
A professional development course presenting key concepts in Montessori Philosophy and classroom leadership for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.
This is a professional development course introducing concepts of philosophy and practical applications of Classroom Leadership.

Welcome to Cohort III May 2009.

A professional development course for Montessori teachers who wish to further their observation skills and deepen their understanding of children.
A Montessori Classroom Leadership Course designed for assistants, special subjects teachers, substitutes and parents.
A Classroom Leadership Course designed for assistants, special subject teacher, substitutes and parents.
lorna christmasA professional development course designed for classroom assistants, specialty teachers, substitute teachers and parent volunteers.lorna christmas
This 7 week professional development course presents an organized and sequential approach to supporting language development in a Montessori Early Childhood environment. Participants will have an opportunity to view lectures and videos of the language curriculum and discuss related topics that will enrich their experience in working with children in this area.

Lorna McgrathA professional development course for assistant teachers, substitute teachers, specialists and parent volunteers.
Eva A professional development course for assistant teachers, substitute teachers, specialists and parent volunteers.
This course provides the foundations for understanding the child’s process of developing mathematical concepts, beginning with concrete and exploration and moving toward abstraction. The focus will be on supporting the development of the mathematical mind. Presentation of curriculum will include materials to for exploring numeration to 9,999, place value, linear counting, the four operations, memorization of math facts, and an introduction to fractions. Teachers will learn how to present the Mathematics materials and to observe and guide each child’s progress toward abstracting mathematical concepts.

 EvaThis is a professional development course designed for Montessori assistants, substitutes, specialty teachers and volunteers.


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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.

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. This course also has an emphasis on the role of motor development as a support system for children with special needs.

This 8 week session will focus on the Math and Language areas for the 3-6 level. Using our online "prepared environment" participants will spend time weekly working independently and with other teachers to develop a deeper understanding of these areas and how to support the work of the child. Participants will have an opportunity to view video lectures that will explore the sequence of the curriculum, the "why" behind our practices. Many of the lessons for the math and language areas will also be available for viewing and the discussion forums and weekly chats will provide participants with an opportunity to reflect on one's own practice and share ideas with other experienced Montessorians.
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 will focus on observation as the chief role of the Montessori guide. Students will learn the importance of creating the habit of observation and will work to develop their ability to perceive subtly the social, emotional, and intellectual needs of children. They will gain a working understanding of various observation techniques and how to interpret their observations to support the development of children.

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