Anti-Biased, Anti-Racist Practices That Go Beyond the Peace Table
Thursday, March 21 | 08:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Session 1: Learning Labs
What does it mean to build an anti-racist Montessori community? What does developmentally appropriate anti-biased, anti-racist practice look like? How do we truly work toward a more just world and fully embody Maria Montessori’s vision for education for peace? This workshop will offer you an expanded philosophical understanding of social justice work within Montessori Early Childhood and Elementary classroom communities, as well as concrete tools that you can implement into your programs.
Britt Hawthorne, Tiffany Jewell, Amelia Sherwood, Katie Kitchens
Britt Hawthorne is an anti-bias guide, in Houston, TX, and a founding member of Montessori for Social Justice. AMS-credentialed (Elementary I – II).