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Workshop Session 3

Friday, March 10 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Presenters: Paloma Johnston, Katie Kitchens, Emma Johnston

Esta presentación se enfocará en cómo fomentar la paz dentro del ser, en las relaciones, en el conflicto, en el salón de clase, y en la comunidad.

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Presenter: Pauline Novak

This workshop will give you specific strategies that don’t involve numbers, numerals, or symbols that you can employ to help struggling math students to “see” and “hear” relationships and patterns they can explore, imitate, and complete.

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Presenter: Priscilla Spears

This presentation of biology updates will include guidelines for classroom materials and explore misconceptions and important omissions in traditional materials.

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Presenter: Stephen Rich

Come practice how to present this tool to your students, use it among your colleagues, and apply it with parents for improved communication throughout your school community.

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Presenters: Brian Berger, Dena AuCoin

Bring your questions as we discuss how to observe and document specific behaviors, anticipate problems, and fade behavioral supports as children normalize.

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Presenters: Betsy Coe, Ann Sutton

This workshop will review the underpinnings of each plane of development and give you a renewed vision—supported by concrete examples—of Cosmic Education as it is fostered across the complete spectrum of child development.

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Presenters: Jerry C. Richmond, Kim Richmond

Come learn to adapt this model to create culturally-validating activities that guide students to an awareness of who they are, where they came from, and where they are going.

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Presenters: Julie Bragdon, Munir Shivji, Anne Hewetson, Marion Geiger

This panel of emerging and experienced school leaders will share small and big steps you can take in your leadership development and ideas to deepen your involvement at your school or in the wider Montessori Movement.

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Presenters: Michael J. Dorer, Andrew Kutt

Come hear engaging and useful stories and songs, take home samples to try, and discover Montessori grammar presentations your students will remember and love.

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Presenter: Melody Patton

Come participate in a lively discussion of the many questions teachers, administrators, and parents have around this concept, and leave with new strategies for a transition that best meets the needs of each individual child.

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Presenters: Brandt Smith, Barb Scholtz

Come learn how and why field sketching is so useful and practice simple sketching techniques that can empower even avowed non-artists to draw confidently.

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Presenter: Natalie Danner

This presentation will explain research-based classroom strategies such as teaming, embedding learning goals, and visual supports, as well as school-wide policies and partnerships with local school districts and special educators that support all children and teachers.

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Presenter: Helen DeVere

Come explore activities that introduce 0 – 9, teens, tens, decimals, place value, composition of numbers, operations, and memorization, and learn how quickly and easily the children teach themselves.

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Presenter: Ginny Cusack

You will learn to engage in conversations that are intentional, candid, and grounded in deep and mindful listening—leading to better trust and accountability between you, your faculty and staff, and parents.

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Presenters: Sonnie McFarland, Chandra Fernando

Come discover peace activities for Early Childhood using the framework of the Montessori Flower of Peace.

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Presenter: Robyn Breiman

Come learn specific strategies for creating and fostering teacher-observer relationships to scaffold effective in-house coaching and mentoring.

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Presenter: Julie Karlonas

This workshop will show you how to prepare yourself and the environment to provide your students with meaningful and developmentally appropriate art experiences.

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Presenter: Lisa Laffan

Come engage in a variety of different experiential projects that provide valuable resources and help you develop strategies to nurture independent thinking through student-led STEAM projects large and small.

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Presenters: Michelle Hammons, Sibyl Buckner

This workshop will define the crucial questions to ask yourself to help keep Montessori at the center of every decision and how charter designation can provide critical autonomy in helping you do that.

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