Our Webinars are rich in content and give great insight into the amazing Montessori-method.
Authentic Institute of Montessori webinars are rich in practical content presented with knowledge and insight based on years of experience. Whether a parent, teacher, classroom assistant, the Early Childhood, Elementary and Infant Toddler webinars will give you a great insight into the amazing Montessori-method.
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The Miracle of Consistency
October 12, 2022 | 4pm MDT | 2hrs
This two hour webinar focuses on the benefits of establishing consistency across every aspect of the Montessori classroom. It is not only important to be consistent giving lesson presentations and to stabilize the daily routine, but also in the way we react to children's behaviors, the path to normalization and ultimately the success of the child and your school. Find out if you are doing all that you can to experience the miracle of consistency which will provide teachers, children and parents with happy and contented outcomes.
Presented by: Karen Walton
“I have been a Montessori teacher for some years now and Age of Montessori has helped me to developed a better and full understanding...”
– Ilya – Early Childhood
“Maria Montessori reminds us that the training of the teacher is something far more than the learning of ideas, it includes the training of the character...”
– Jamilyn – Elementary II
“I’m really really glad I chose Age of Montessori – I was drawn to the enthusiasm that I saw in other students testimonials. What differentiates this program...”
– Alicia – Elementary I
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