A Montessori podcast for parents and teachers about raising children and educating students while bettering ourselves alongside them
Is Montessori just for little kids? A close look at Montessori elementary
50-year-veteran teacher Debby Thompson shares her insights into Montessori elementary.
Topics range from academics and “Cosmic education” to independence and rules in the Montessori elementary classroom, with many challenging questions answered along the way:
-What is the difference between Montessori preschool / kindergarten and Montessori elementary?
-How do Montessori elementary teachers get children to do work?
-What happens in Montessori elementary if/when a child is bored?
-What happens with children who didn’t have Montessori in preschool and kindergarten?
Parenting and Teaching - Observation
“Look at the child.” Maria Montessori
Episode page: https://www.montessorieducation.com/podcast/observation
It’s time to say “No”
A growing number of parents and teachers believe you should never tell a child “No.” Do you agree?
Conversation about toddler boundaries with Claudia Alvarez, Montessori guide of 25+ years...
Episode page: https://www.montessorieducation.com/podcast/time-to-say-no
Out in the World with a Montessori Parent
A conversation with father-of-two Troy Rivas about exploring nature, parenting with purpose, expressing our emotions around children, gaining from Montessori, and more
Episode page: https://www.montessorieducation.com/podcast/out-in-the-world-with-a-montessori-parent | Troy's Instagram: @troymulous
4 funny and meaningful Montessori quotes
A peek into Maria Montessori's silly side
Episode page with sources: https://www.montessorieducation.com/podcast/4-funny-and-meaningful-montessori-quotes
The Science of Montessori with Professor Angeline Lillard
What does the research say about Montessori school?
A conversation with Professor Angeline Lillard, author of 'Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius' and well-known researcher of Montessori education
For research mentioned during the episode, visit https://www.montessori-science.org