Schedule

Our Montessori Week

Wednesday October 5, 2016
9:oo am – 10:30 am Parent Discussion Panel
Thursday October 6, 2016
9:00 am – 12:00 pm IMS school tours please register here
Friday October 7, 2016
 7:30 am – 8:30 am Registration and Exhibits Open
 8:30 am – 9:30 am Opening Ceremony
 9:30 am – 10:30 am Keynote by Tim Seldin: The global citizen 
10:30 am – 11:00 am Shopping with Exhibitors
11:00 am – 12:30 pm Workshops Session 1.  Choose one from eight options:
F1/1. Lori Karmazin, Math extensions for the Casa Environment. Part 1 (ages: 3-6)
F1/2. Anne Epstein, Science inquiry, the practical way (ages 3-6)
F1/3. Lorna McGrath, The infant & toddler Center (ages 0-3)
F1/4. Kitty Bravo, Essential qualities of the prepared environment: What we know and what we often forget (ages 3-6)
F1/5. Maria Feleo, English writing skills for the 6-12 child
F1/6. Andrew Kutt, Celebrating international diversity through United Nations Day (ages 6-12)
F1/7. Jonathan Wolf, What happened? What’s happening? What needs to happen next ?…Guiding teachers to be more reflective and proactive about Montessori practice improvement
F1/8. Kit Lang, Art in the Montessori classroom (ages 3-12)
 12:30pm -2 :30pm Lunch and free time in Stanley
2:30 pm -4:00 pm Workshops Session 2. Choose one from eight options:
F2/1. Anne Epstein, Literacy & language for young children (ages 3-6)
F2/2. Lori Karmazin, Math extensions for the Casa environment. Part 2 (ages: 3-6)
F2/3. Lorna McGrath, Anticipate, participate, cooperate: A model for communicating with toddlers, Part 1 (ages 0-3)
F2/4. Tim Seldin, The story of teaching time, Part 1 (ages 3-6)
F2/5. Paul Epstein, Common sense Montessori: How do we best explain the Why Montessori?
F2/6.Jonathan Wolff, Classroom best practices ethical, empathetic, and euphoric: Helping children learn to live in our complex world with integrity, compassion, and a healthy sense of humour
 F2/7. Kitty Bravo, The environment: Parameters of freedom (ages 3-6)
 F2/8. Kathy Leitch: All stressed out and nowhere to go, Part 1
 4:00 pm – 4:30 pm Shopping with Exhibitors  
 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm Workshops Session 3. Choose one from eight options:
F3/1. Anne Epstein, Special needs for the 3-6 children
F3/2. Andrew Kutt, Leading music into the classrooms (ages 3-6)
F3/3. Lorna McGrath, Anticipate, participate, cooperate: A model for communicating with toddlers, Part 2 (ages 0-3)
F3/4. Paul Epstein, Common sense Montessori:  How do we best explain the Why Montessori ?”
F3/5. Tim Seldin, The story of teaching time, Part 2 (ages 3-6)
F3/6. Teresa Tsai, Classroom best practices on Cosmic Education
F3/7. Jonathan Wolff, Classroom best practices ethical, empathetic, and euphoric: Helping children learn to live in our complex world with integrity, compassion, and a healthy sense of humour
F3/8. Kathy Leitch: All stressed out and nowhere to go, Part 2

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Saturday October 8, 2016
7:15 am – 8:00 am Registration, Refreshments and Exhibits Open
8:00 am – 9:15 am Keynote by Paul Epstein: Guiding noble children: celebrations! 
9:15 am – 10:00 am Book Signing, Shopping with Exhibitors & Networking
10:00 am – 11:30 am Workshops Session 1. Choose one from eight options:
S1/1. Kitty Bravo & Lori Karmazin, 3-6 Refresher: Cultural extensions an integrated approach to science, cultural and the arts. Part 1 
S1/2. Anne Epstein,  Teachers perception of family priorities and stressors 
S1/3. Lorna McGrath, Creating a cooperative classroom in the 3-6 children’s environment. Part 1
S1/4. Claire Salkowski, Contemplative practices: Mindfulness, meditation, and the Montessori classroom. Part 1
S1/5. Andrew Kutt, Discover the leader within. Part 1
S1/6. Sherry Su, 食物在蒙特梭利教育中的角色 (The importance of cooking in Montessori – workshop in Chinese only-) Ages 3-6
S1/7. Tim Seldin, Effective partnerships with families
S1/8. Teresa Tsai,  蒙特梭利小學 – 宇宙教育 (Introduction to Cosmic Education) Ages 6-12
11:30 am – 1:15 pm Lunch & Free time in Stanley
1:15 pm – 2:45 pm Workshops Session 2. Choose one from eight options:
S2/1. Tim Seldin, Implementing the vision; leading a Montessori school. Part 1
S2/2. Lorna McGrath, Creating a cooperative classroom in the 3-6 children’s environment. Part 2
S2/3. Claire Salkowski, Contemplative practices: Mindfulness, meditation, and the Montessori classroom. Part 2 (ages 6-12)
S2/4. Paul Epstein, 33 Strategies for children do not concentrate. Part 1 (ages 3-6) 
S2/5. Andrew Kutt,  Discover the leader within. Part 2
S2/6. Sherry Su, 食物在蒙特梭利教育中的角色 (The importance of cooking in Montessori – workshop in Chinese only-) Ages 3-6
S2/7. Kitty Bravo & Lori Karmazin, 3-6 refresher: Cultural extensions an integrated approach to science, cultural and the arts. Part 2 
S2/8. Kathy Leitch, The shift moving from teaching curriculum to teaching children. Part 1
 2:45 pm – 3:15 pm Shopping with Exhibitors
 3:15 pm – 4:45 pm Workshops Session 3. Choose one from eight options:
S3/1. Paul Epstein,  33 Strategies for children do not concentrate. Part 2 (ages 3-6)
S3/2. Claire Salkowski, The 3 Rs-Rest, renewal and reflection: Mindfulness and contemplative practices for Montessorians 
S3/3. Tim Seldin,  Implementing the vision; leading a Montessori school. Part 2
S3/4. Kathy Leitch, The shift moving from teaching curriculum to teaching children. Part 2
S3/5. Kitty Bravo & Lori Karmazin, 3-6 Refresher: Cultural extensions an integrated approach to science, cultural and the arts. Part 3 
 S3/6. Andrew Kutt, The art of circle time (ages 3-6)
S3/7. Matthew Sneyd, Adaptation: A journey in Montessori discoveries
S3/8. Jonathan Wolff,  Montessori-friendly character education: Off the shelf exercises for helping students develop moral and social intelligence
 5:05 pm – 6:05 pm Closing Ceremony and exhibits open for final shopping

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