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With his trademark panache, Derreck Kayongo will tell his courageous story of survival, social entrepreneurship, and humanitarianism, and the life lessons he learned on his journey from Ugandan refugee to successful entrepreneur, CEO, and renowned human rights activist.
In this 3-day symposium for credentialed Infant & Toddler teachers, you will work with a small group of peers in your chosen program level (Infant or Toddler).
This learning lab will include information about CAPD, its signs and symptoms, and when and how to talk with parents or refer children for outside testing.
This 3.5-hour presentation will provide strategies for identifying and helping children with learning, attention, and behavioral differences in a Montessori classroom.
This learning lab will introduce a hand-painted wooden egg material, a new children’s book with original cosmic art, and original songs that complement the concept.
Join your presenters as we take a look at how to use art, journaling and mixed media to teach children a way to learn to work on their internal dialogue (self-talk) as it relates to their emotional journey.
This learning laboratory will review the continuum of reading development for children focusing on what Montessori teachers may observe to identify specific points where children are on or off track in their reading development.
This workshop will lead Elementary teachers through the Eco Lab program—an enriching, nature-focused curriculum—for both Lower and Upper Elementary programs.