Strategies for Success in the Montessori Children's House
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About the Event
As each new school year approaches, many teachers struggle to determine exactly what they should be doing in order to ensure a successful Montessori experience for their students.
This workshop is designed to help teachers understand the specific “mechanics of operation” that lay the foundation for normalization in the casa classroom.
The actions a directress should undertake during the critical, early weeks in September will be examined in detail. Strategies that support the maintenance of normalization throughout the school year will also be outlined and discussed.
If you have ever wondered if your class is unfolding as it should, this workshop is for you.
About Mary Flewelling-Pinchen
Mary is a long-time Canadian A.M.I. primary directress, consultant and the author of “At Home in the Montessori Children’s House” – volumes 1 & 2. She earned her A.M.I. primary diploma in 1984 at the Toronto Montessori Institute under the direction of Renilde Montessori and Audrey Sillick. Since that time, Mary has worked at various Montessori schools throughout south-western Ontario.
In addition to her classroom work, Mary presents teacher and parent workshops and offers consulting services to schools on a regular basis. Between 2006-2013, Mary acted as the program director for the Canadian Association of Montessori Teachers. In this role, Mary worked to provide excellent professional development opportunities for Canadian Montessori educators. Highlights in Mary’s career include attendance at two A.M.I. international congresses (Portland -2013), (Prague -2017), time spent establishing a new Montessori primary class in Chengdu, China (2014) and the opportunity to provide training to prospective Montessori teachers in the Philippines (spring 2019).
Mary is a passionate advocate for Montessori education and is committed to supporting Montessori educators, parents and organizations all around the world in their transformative work with children and families.
- CAMT Member Fee$95$950$0
- Non-Member Fee$120$1200$0