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Montessori Lessons in Interdependence: Greater Relevance Than Ever

Our pandemic clearly illustrates our interdependence. Protective equipment is required and made by someone else? During this time of isolation when essential workers still need to go to health care centers, shops, or pick up our garbage, who looks after them or their children? This opportunity, as difficult as it is for so many, for so many reasons, also is an opportunity for greater understanding of interdependence.


Montessori’s Different Approach to Teacher Training Leads to a Different Teacher

https://www.k12digest.com/montessoris-different-approach-to-teacher-training-leads-to-a-different-teacher?fbclid=IwAR17bF7yF5gKZ5_A9kDTpOltSpisFA8sx-J9xPryVIISdCbUo9YwGzNoZGc The teacher, when she begins to work in our schools, must have a kind of faith that the child will reveal himself through work.                                                                         Dr Maria Montessori, The Absorbent Mind No other year in my life was as intense as September 1985 to June 1986-no, not either of my children’s first year of… Continue reading Montessori’s Different Approach to Teacher Training Leads to a Different Teacher

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Is 2019 the year education looks at educating itself on the future?

On the eve of 2019, I write this OP-ED to create a sense of awareness and urgency. It is time for education and the school system to respond to our changing world, and like the dripping faucet, proven solutions exist.  It is the effort to execute on them that will make the change real.