The Transgender Day of Visibility, established in 2009, is an annual event on March 31 to acknowledge and honor the transgender (also known as trans) and non-binary community. Learn about how you celebrate.
The Event exists because of Montessorians who share their detailed, creative, and thorough work. In this Montessori Event series post, meet some presenters!
It’s more than the “fluffy stuff,” learn what Social and Emotional Learning is and why you should use it in the classroom.
An interview with Carolyn Kambich, recipient of the Northern Illinois University's Alumni Association's 2021 F.R. Geigle Service Award.
The Birchbark House is not only a powerful story of culture, but a catalyst for cross-curricular connections.
All authors write from a cultural as well as from a personal context. We owe it to ourselves and our students to keep all of this in mind as we go about building a more inclusive library.
Learn how giving Elementary children the opportunity to engage in scientific exploration and experimentation on their own is an essential component of a well-rounded Montessori education and fosters second-plane development.
Montessori is wonderful because it’s welcoming, especially to new faces. Meet two first-time Event attendees looking forward to learning at the conference and making big waves in their school districts and families.
Black History Month recommended reading list with books for children, teens, and adults.
Attending The Montessori Event online is an excellent option. Meet two Montessori educators who share their excitement, advice, and perspectives on virtual attendance.
Keep reading to reveal six tips to help educators identify their triggers, manage their emotions, and respond in more appropriate ways when confronted with challenging situations in the classroom.
Stacie Schultz, a Montessori child, educator, and Adult Learner, reflects on her experiences at The Montessori Event and shares exciting publishing news.