With my newsletters and books you’ll find tools to use immediately in your relationships with children.
In my Kids Talk Newsletters you’ll discover practical, put-it-into-action advice and insight about children.
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You’ll be able to tap into my over thirty years of experience gained as I worked with children, and their families, as a parent, Montessori teacher, Girl Scout leader, Sunday School teacher, Montessori school owner and administrator, parenting coach and workshop leader.
If our children could verbalize what they need from the adults in their lives, the information in my newsletters and books is what our children would want us to know.
Working with children may be the most important adult role we’ll ever have.
I want to help you create adult-child relationships that are joyful, satisfying and productive for a lifetime.
In my Kids Talk Newsletters you’ll get time–tested tips to start using today to create loving relationships.
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Here’s a sample of my professional activities:
- Founded a Montessori school, acting as a teaching administrator.
- Certified Montessori teacher with the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) with a Masters in Education from Loyola College in Maryland, as well as a B.A from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock in Interpersonal and Organizational Communications.
- Co-author with my daughter, Dana, a Dartmouth grad, of Understanding Montessori: A Guide for Parents.
- Author of Building Cathedrals Not Walls, a collection of ninety of my Kids Talk essays to inspire your work with children, whether you are a parent, a teacher, or other adult in the life of a child.
- Award-winning Kids Talk columnist and blogger.
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