Do you want to help children overcome their learning obstacles?
Are you ready to read the road signs of on-track development?
Have you ever wished for the proverbial eyes in the back of your head?
Watch the workshop introduction below.
While modern science now supports Montessori teaching and learning techniques, there is still an art to being a great teacher. One of these skills of effective teaching, and perhaps the most important, is observation.
Like any art, strong observational skills can take years to develop.
Join me TODAY to discover the secrets of becoming a skillful observer. This workshop focuses on using observational techniques the Montessori way, and considers the needs of classroom teachers, in both Montessori and traditional settings. Parents may also find this session inspiring as well.
What Workshop Participants Are Saying…
I loved this workshop! I have always enjoyed observing the children, but your ten secrets will definitely make for a more informed method for observation.
I intend to review my notes regularly until they are embedded in my mind! Thank you so much.
Mary PetersonDallas, Texas
Hats off to you, Maren, for making the Montessori philosophy come alive for parents and refreshed for teachers, and administrators.
I have enjoyed every session and look forward to making the programs available for my staff and school community as pre-training, orientation, and parent education.
Thanks for a light hearted and fun learning opportunity that brings great value to the Montessori community.
Norma MorrisDirector, Discovery School of FBC, Heath, Texas
I want to thank you for the wonderfully encouraging newsletters that I find on a regular basis in my inbox. I am saving every single one of them. I tell my parents and teachers alike to subscribe to them, they are that helpful. Please know that this is such a valuable contribution to us as we work to help the younger generation find their place in this world they live in.
I love the online workshops, too. I hope you will continue to contribute to our efforts. You have very interesting and challenging insights on the many facets of “Life in the Montessori Classroom.”
Erlene WeldonDirector, Montessori Children's House Pre-School, Hattiesburg, Mississippi