I am absolutely thrilled to share that the 2021 P2P Summit early bird tickets are now available!
If you are new here, the P2P Summit is part of the broader “Principles to Practice” joint project between myself (Trillium Montessori) and my dear friend Tammy Oesting of ClassrooMechanics. Our goal with P2P is to bring quality, affordable, and effective professional development to Montessorians around the world. We do this via our monthly P2P subscription for 3-6 and 6-12 and the annual P2P Summit online conference.
The P2P Summit will be held June 27-July 1. All presentations are 100% online. Registrants will have access to all the Summit presentations or one year (through July 1, 2022). You may watch the videos as often as you wish during that time. Presentations are each 45-90 minutes in length. Certificates of completion will be provided for each session.
This year we are truly honored to be hosting voices from the leadership teams of various Montessori organizations. I am sure those of you who have been in Montessori for a while feel the same exuberance I do to see such unity in our professional community. How exciting it is to contemplate the future of Montessori with this level or talent and collaboration in our midst!
Here are just some of the fantastic speakers and sessions you can look forward to:
Opening Keynote: Dr. Jane Nelsen and Chip DeLorenzo will be discussing Positive Discipline in Montessori Classrooms.
Closing Panel: Amira Mogaji (AMS president of the board), Dr. Ayize Sabater (AMI-USA executive director) and Trisha Moquino (Keres Children’s Learning Center) will be discussing the future of Montessori education.
Kathy Leitch (IMC executive director) and Jonathan Wolff (JonathanWolff.org) will be presenting on how to balance deep engagement with community awareness.
Barbara Isaacs (president of Montessori Europe) and Wendelien Bellinger will be helping us understand the role of play in child development.
Julia Volkman (Maitri Learning, teaching fellow at Harvard University) will present on the neuroscience of Montessori
We also have a series of talks specifically for infant/toddler, early childhood, and elementary teachers with practical strategies they can apply in their classrooms.