In these uncertain times, evoking awe and wonder in ourselves, in our classrooms, and in our students is so crucial.
The Montessori environment is prime for eliciting wonder and amazement in our students. And as the steward of the learning environment, it really falls to the guide to make sure they are preparing and presenting the materials in ways that inspire their students to action.
I am happy to be partnering with Tammy Oesting to present a new course for Montessori educators called Making Connections: Building Ecological Consciousness in Young Children.
This inspiring course will motivate 3-6 Montessori guides to examine their own ideas about ecological consciousness and systems thinking skills.
Tammy shows us that when we start making real connections about the natural world systems we inhabit, teaching life science actually becomes even more interesting and applicable for both teacher and students!
Building Ecological Consciousness in Young Children
Introductory pricing ends December 15
As Montessori guides, we can go beyond the cards and puzzles to spark wonder and connection with sensorial nature experience right in our classrooms.
With some small shifts and additions to the life science shelves, we can continue to position Montessori education at the forefront of peace education for a biodiverse world.
Registration for this course is now open. Register by December 15th to get the special introductory rate of USD $27 + tax.