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  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Incorporate updated lessons and stories into your science curriculum that teach topics in a culturally responsive way.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time:  42:24

    Is it time to examine your science album through a culturally responsive lens? Learn how to incorporate updated lessons and stories into your science curriculum that teach topics in a culturally responsive way that honors all of human endeavor.

    Melissa Kelly, MEd, is an author, consultant, and trainer at the Barrie Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies, where she teaches Physical Science, Biology and Math. She guides an Upper Elementary class at Monocacy Valley Montessori Public Charter School in MD. (AMS certified El I-II, MACAR I certified)

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A new approach to teaching and learning media and digital literacy in Montessori preschools.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time 54:12

    A team of Montessori teachers, trainers, and researchers in Bulgaria developed a new approach to teaching and learning media and digital literacy in Montessori preschools. Following the principles of an action research project, the team developed and assessed the usage of multi-sensory Montessori materials that teach six media and digital literacy aspects - information literacy, communication and collaboration, digital content creation, safety, problem-solving (Tsourapas & Thompson, n.d.), and critical thinking. Furthermore, the research team aimed to use as few technological aids as possible.

    Desislava Stoeva is a Montessori trainer and Assistant professor at the pedagogical faculty at Sofia University. In 2008, she established the first Montessori school in Bulgaria. In 2017, Dessi established the first Montessori qualification at Sofia University with the support of Barbara Isaacs, the current president of Montessori Europe. A few years later, a Master Montessori program at the same university was created.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Religions develop the capacity to contribute to social change, create unity and contribute positively to their community.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time: 26:41

    In an increasingly globalized and unstable world, religious education in a Montessori setting needs to robustly contribute, in the words of Maria Montessori, to “build a world that will be the world of peace”. “Children are thirsty for a great vision” that great religious stories can foster. By learning to focus on the underlying unity in World Religions and recognizing the commonalities in human spiritual life, such as contemplation, they develop the capacity to contribute to social change, create unity and contribute positively to their community. Eventually they will be able to take personal responsibility for their own spiritual development and contribute to the moral advancement of civilization at the local level but also at the world level by developing patterns of behavior that feed their higher purpose and lead a fruitful and productive life.

    Rebecca Teclemariam-Mesbah main passion is to explore how spirituality, scientific knowledge and creativity can meet to help grow sustainable, plentiful, and vibrant communities. With an Ethiopian father and a French mother, and having lived in Ethiopia, Kenya, France, the Netherlands and now Bosnia and Herzegovina, she is keenly aware that a diversity of voices and inputs are vital to this growth. Rebecca holds a PhD in Neurobiology (University of Strasbourg, France), an MA in Women and Development (Erasmus University, Netherlands) and a Montessori International Diploma (Early Years) and Teacher Trainer certificate from Montessori Center UK.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Meaningful conversations are constructive of closeness and friendship, and is the first step for building unity.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time: 44:33

    In the current context where children grow in protected yet isolated environments where their interactions with adults and groups of children are limited, their connections virtual and their inclusion in community endeavors rare, they need to be guided through conversations that promote mutual respect and understanding. Such meaningful conversations are constructive of closeness and friendship, and as the first step for building unity will serve as the foundation for collective and unified action.

    In this respect, the role of the teacher is central to actively model the method of delivery and the substance of such conversations, encouraging questioning and elevating this scientific exploration of underlying causes of societal ills and their remedies by reframing and re-imagining everyday subjects: to find the profound in the mundane, the significant in the trivial, the unifying in the controversial.

    Rebecca Teclemariam-Mesbah main passion is to explore how spirituality, scientific knowledge and creativity can meet to help grow sustainable, plentiful, and vibrant communities. With an Ethiopian father and a French mother, and having lived in Ethiopia, Kenya, France, the Netherlands and now Bosnia and Herzegovina, she is keenly aware that a diversity of voices and inputs are vital to this growth. Rebecca holds a PhD in Neurobiology (University of Strasbourg, France), an MA in Women and Development (Erasmus University, Netherlands) and a Montessori International Diploma (Early Years) and Teacher Trainer certificate from Montessori Center UK.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn more about the possibilities and experiences of teaching abroad.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time: 1:00

    Learn more about the possibilities and experiences of teaching abroad. In this session we will share stories and practical resources and suggestions of where to look, things to look for, and what you may experience as a Montessori educator outside the US.

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Aprenda cómo fomentar la curiosidad, la indagación y las habilidades de pensamiento crítico y creativo de los niños.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time: 1:01

    Descripción del Taller Todos hemos visto cómo se iluminan los ojos de nuestros estudiantes después de una de las grandes lecciones, pero ¿qué pasa con la enseñanza del resto de los conceptos científicos? A pesar de tener un hermoso y muy completo conjunto de nomenclatura y tarjetas de ciencias de tres partes en nuestras estanterías Montessori, no todos las guías están seguras de cuál es la mejor manera de usarlos para fomentar la curiosidad, la investigación y las habilidades de pensamiento crítico y creativo en los niños y niñas.

    Miriam Magre Loren, es licenciada en biología y posee un máster en educación, varios cursos en psicología y la credencial de la AMS (Sociedad Americana Montessori) en Taller I.

    Ha trabajado como maestra de ciencias integradas en distintos sistemas educativos y como maestra titular en tres escuelas Montessori, dos de ellas públicas. Primero en Houston, Texas, donde fue galardonada como maestra del año, luego en Pijnacker, Países Bajos y actualmente está trabajando en Nosara, Costa Rica. Miriam también dirige una consultoría educativa (Towards Montessori) para escuelas y particulares. Ella también colabora como consultora con una escuela Montessori en Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Podéis encontrar algunos de los recursos Montessori creados por ella en TPT.

    Miriam ha presentado en Conferencias Internacionales Montessori como “PMET- Public Montessori Educators of Texas Conference”, “AMS- The Montessori Event”, “Childhood Potential Online Montessori Conference”, la quinta edición de “El Congreso Internacional Montessori” y "MEPI- Hands for Peace International Conference"

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn how to foster children's curiosity, inquiry, and critical and creative thinking skills.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time 1:05

    We have all seen our students’ eyes lighten up after one of the great lessons, but what about teaching the rest of the science concepts? Despite having a beautiful and very complete set of nomenclature & three part science cards in our Montessori shelves, not all guides are sure of what is the best way to use them to foster children's curiosity, inquiry, and critical and creative thinking skills.

    Miriam Magre Loren, M.S. in Biology & MEd., is currently working as a Montessori L.E. lead teacher in Nosara, Costa Rica. With more than 15 years in education, including 8 in Montessori, she taught Integrated Science (IB) in Spain and The Netherlands. Additionally, she served as a Montessori lead teacher in Houston (TX), where she was awarded Teacher of the Year, Pijnacker (NL), and currently in Nosara (CR). Committed to equitable education, she collaborates as a consultant with a Montessori school in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Miriam also runs an educational consultancy (Towards Montessori). You can find some of the Montessori resources created by her on TPT. AMS-credentialed (L.E.).

    Miriam has presented at International Montessori Conferences such as the "PMET- Public Montessori Educators of Texas Conference," "AMS- The Montessori Event," "Childhood Potential Online Montessori Conference," the fifth edition of "The International Montessori Congress," and "MEPI- Hands for Peace International Conference."

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn techniques to coach students to rewire their mindset, reframe mistakes, eliminate limiting beliefs and overcome negativity bias.

    1.5 CPDs, 55:35

    "Emotional Fitness 101: Toolkit for Daily Emotional Challenges" is an enriching workshop that builds upon the foundation laid by the emotional first aid kit. While the emotional kit serves as a vital resource for addressing emotional injuries in the classroom, recess, or at home, "Emotional Fitness" takes it a step further by equipping children with the mindset habits needed to prevent such injuries altogether. This workshop targets the primary drivers of behavior, fostering the development of a growth mindset, an unshakable sense of self, and an unbreakable sense of connection while promoting kindness and inclusivity. Educators will learn valuable techniques to coach students in rewiring their mindset, reframing mistakes, eliminating limiting beliefs, overcoming negativity bias, and maintaining a powerful state of mind from within. Empower grade-school students to navigate life's challenges with strength and grace!

    Lorena Seidel is a Mindset and Emotional Intelligence coach, a certified Montessori teacher, an internationally {IBO} trained educator, a certified Positive Discipline Facilitator, a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction {MBSR} mentor, and a mother of three.  She guides educational leaders and parents in cultivating emotionally resilient children who confidently tackle everyday challenges with an unwavering mindset and sense of self, ensuring they thrive at home, at school, and in life.  Through engaging keynote addresses and lectures at local, national, and international conferences, Lorena has made waves in the education community. Her impactful work has been featured in publications like NYMetroParents, Motherly, and Welcome Parenthood, and she's a frequent guest on online summits, extending her reach to support families and educators worldwide.

    Education & Training
    • BA in Education and Linguistics from the Pontificate Catholic University in Brazil
    • BA in Education and literature from the University of Connecticut.
    • Master of Arts of Elementary Education (M.Ed) from Sacred Heart University
    • International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) trained teacher levels I, II, and III.
    • Certified Montessori Teacher by the American Montessori Society (AMS)
    • Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator
    • Certified Positive Discipline For The Classroom
    • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Implementing these strategies, educators can effectively address crying, tantrums, peer conflicts, and other off-task behaviors.

    1.5 CPDs, 58:23

    "Joyful Classrooms: Fostering Positive Discipline/Communication in Montessori Settings" is a dynamic workshop designed to equip educators with effective positive discipline strategies tailored for the Montessori classroom environment. In this training, teachers will learn practical techniques to enhance listening skills, foster cooperation, and cultivate positive behavior among students. By implementing these strategies, educators can effectively address common challenges such as crying, tantrums, peer conflicts, student off-task behavior, and disruptions to classroom management. This is an opportunity to elevate the classroom environment and empower students to thrive!

    Lorena Seidel is a Mindset and Emotional Intelligence coach, a certified Montessori teacher, an internationally {IBO} trained educator, a certified Positive Discipline Facilitator, a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction {MBSR} mentor, and a mother of three.  She guides educational leaders and parents in cultivating emotionally resilient children who confidently tackle everyday challenges with an unwavering mindset and sense of self, ensuring they thrive at home, at school, and in life.  Through engaging keynote addresses and lectures at local, national, and international conferences, Lorena has made waves in the education community. Her impactful work has been featured in publications like NYMetroParents, Motherly, and Welcome Parenthood, and she's a frequent guest on online summits, extending her reach to support families and educators worldwide.

    Education & Training
    • BA in Education and Linguistics from the Pontificate Catholic University in Brazil
    • BA in Education and literature from the University of Connecticut.
    • Master of Arts of Elementary Education (M.Ed) from Sacred Heart University
    • International Baccalaureate Organization (IBO) trained teacher levels I, II, and III.
    • Certified Montessori Teacher by the American Montessori Society (AMS)
    • Certified Positive Discipline Parent Educator
    • Certified Positive Discipline For The Classroom
    • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) training

  • Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Learn to embrace a global perspective that transcends narrow boundaries and promotes the well-being of all individuals and the planet.

    1.5 CPDs, Run Time 34:32

    Montessori pedagogy emphasizes a holistic and interconnected understanding of humanity and our place in the world. Through the "cosmic education," which focuses on cultivating a deep respect and understanding for the interconnectedness of all life on Earth, children develop a sense of stewardship for the planet. They nurture a global mindset that transcends geographical and cultural boundaries, by exploring and appreciating the diversity of cultures, languages, and traditions, and fostering a deep respect for different ways of life.  This approach needs at the same time to emphasize the oneness of humanity and advocate for the unity of all peoples, cultures, and nations, by recognizing the inherent dignity and worth of every individual, irrespective of their race, nationality, or background, and actively working towards the elimination of all forms of prejudice or biases and the promotion of unity in diversity.Children grow with a sense of global responsibility, where individuals see themselves not only as members of their own community or nation but as part of a broader human family. Being a world citizen entails recognizing our interconnectedness with all of humanity and the planet, fostering unity in diversity, promoting peace and justice, and actively working towards the betterment of the world for present and future generations. It involves embracing a global perspective that transcends narrow boundaries and promotes the well-being of all individuals and the planet as a whole.

    Rebecca Teclemariam-Mesbah main passion is to explore how spirituality, scientific knowledge and creativity can meet to help grow sustainable, plentiful, and vibrant communities. With an Ethiopian father and a French mother, and having lived in Ethiopia, Kenya, France, the Netherlands and now Bosnia and Herzegovina, she is keenly aware that a diversity of voices and inputs are vital to this growth. Rebecca holds a PhD in Neurobiology (University of Strasbourg, France), an MA in Women and Development (Erasmus University, Netherlands) and a Montessori International Diploma (Early Years) and Teacher Trainer certificate from Montessori Center UK.