Montessori E-News, June 13

Learners for Life How Montessori Education Builds Lifelong Learning In the school dynamic, June is a time for preparing for next steps. As teachers and parents, we reflect on the growth of each child and how well prepared they are for the next stride in their educational journey. Our toddlers now are capable and independent […]

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Montessori E-News, May 30

Learners for Life How Montessori Education Builds Lifelong Learning I am asked quite often to explain Montessori education and, tending to be on the verbose side, my listeners are in for a detailed description! If, however, I am asked to encapsulate the philosophy in one word, I always select “respect”. Of course, respect for each […]

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Montessori E-News, May 16

Don’t Miss Out on Our Special Guest Speaker! Laura Flores Shaw Tuesday, May 17 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. : M9 Cactus Ceremony, Upper Piazza 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. : Presentation, Lower Piazza Learners for Life How Montessori Education Builds Lifelong Learning Montessori observed that children were drawn to making themselves better, perfecting their […]

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Montessori E-News, May 2

Don’t Miss Out on Our Special Guest Speaker! Laura Flores Shaw Tuesday, May 17 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. : M9 Cactus Ceremony, Upper Piazza 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. : Presentation, Lower Piazza Learners for Life How Montessori education builds lifelong learning When we think of mentors, we probably all can conjure up an […]

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Montessori E-News, April 4

Learner for Life How Montessori education builds lifelong learning “Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson We make countless decisions as adults each day, some are minor and others major, but all are consequential. The ability to make a sound decision and the awareness of the […]

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Montessori E-News, February 29

Learner for Life How Montessori education builds lifelong learning If you read any article about education these days, you are bound to come across the phrase “executive functioning.”  In essence executive functioning is a person’s ability to self-regulate their behavior and use cognitive skills to problem solve.  Executive functioning involves how a person controls their […]

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Montessori E-News, February 8

Learner for Life How Montessori education builds lifelong learning Movement is an inherent part of the Montessori curriculum. Young children are drawn to the sensorial exploration of their environment. Movement allows them to engage in this discovery and interact with new learning opportunities. Movement in a Montessori class assists the child’s development of balance, coordination […]

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