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  • Teacher Workshop

    Schedule an individualized faculty workshop to introduce or consider more deeply a particular aspect of Montessori philosophy. Workshops are developed on an as-needed basis to match the professional goals for your faculty.

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  • Teacher Talk: Persistence

    You may have imagined yourself a beloved teacher and guide, children gathered at your feet as you offered The truth is: teaching is hard. Our work as teachers is not measured day by day. Thank goodness. We would never see the growth.

  • Teacher Talk: Hygge

    This Saturday, if you're like most teachers, you find yourself away from school, maybe resting, maybe Except that, if you're like most teachers, taking this time for yourself can be tricky. administrator, can you take some time each day to visit each classroom and sit down for a cup of tea with a teacher for the classroom or an opportunity to take a longer lunch break while you cover the classroom for a teacher Make sure you acknowledge the good work teachers do every day... the hard days may draw our attention

  • Teacher Talk: Teacher Motivation

    We may wonder how come all those teachers on those online message boards seem to be doing it better than There's no text called, "All the Times It Didn't Work," in our teacher education programs. Even our strongest teacher educators are still working in the realm of hypothesis. Take time to reach out to your favorite teacher educators or to the teachers who touched your heart most When you reach out to one another, you remind the other teachers and parents and administrators around

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    Infants & Toddlers Early Childhood Elementary Adolescents Philosophy Teacher Talk This collection of Whether you're a parent, a teacher, a student or a work in progress, I hope these writings are useful

  • About the Author | montessoridaoshi

    An award-winning teacher, Associate Professor of the Practice and Director of Undergraduate Studies for the Department of Teaching and Learning, Professor McTamaney works primarily with undergraduates in Peabody's teacher licensure programs, focusing on the social and political context of public education compassionate teaching, The Tao of Montessor i and A Delicate Task , and Picasso in the Preschool, a teacher-centered text for integrating the arts in early childhood and elementary classroom.

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