Starts Thursday, 11th January 2024
"We can imagine an adult society organized as a constructive society on the same lines as the children’s – that is, along the lines of this naturally cohesive society. Attachment to other people is the first stage, bringing men to work together towards a common goal."
Maria Montessori, The 1946 London Lectures
Where - Online, in English or Spanish, over seven sessions, 7pm- 9.30pm (UK) 2pm-4.30pm (EST)
When - Thursdays, January 11th, 18th & 25th, February 1st, 8th, 22nd and 29th.
Who is it for? Montessori school owners, teachers, assistants and administrators. This professional development course focuses on the needs of all adults working in Montessori schools. The sessions will create new coaches and strengthen existing ones by providing systems for reflective, child-centred practice.
Choose English or Spanish when registering.
Register the Lead Person, add team members as Guests.
What will I gain?
The materials and skills to create a strong and cohesive staff team
In-service professional development
The skills to create a consistently optimal environment for the benefit of families
Course materials in English or Spanish
Certificate of Attendance
Course leader Elizabeth Slade is the author of Montessori in Action: Building Resilient Montessori Schools. She has 35 years of experience working in public and private schools. You will finish equipped with practical tools and systems for reflective, child-centred practice.
What are people saying?
"Elizabeth is an adaptive and success-oriented facilitator. She adds her humour and honesty into her sessions which make them enjoyable and the time fly by. All of her information is helpful and readily applicable"
“How to bring together different training experiences.”
“All of it! I used to run a Montessori pre-school, I wish I had had this course at that time! It would have been incredibly helpful for me and my team and the children! Thank you so much!!”
“Clear structure and simple, effective tools that you can implement straight away.”
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