Temple Grandin, PhD, scientist and autism activist, explains how different people learn in different ways and why we should embrace all kinds of thinking. Special thanks to Brooklyn Heights Montessori School, Brooklyn, NY, and Shelton School & Evaluation Center, Dallas, TX.
Andrew Solomon, a Keynote speaker at the 2014 Annual Conference, discusses how teaching children to value diversity and accept differences can have a profound impact on society. To learn more about Montessori education, visit amshq.org/Montessori
Special thanks for the Montessori classroom footage filmed at Brooklyn Heights Montessori School, Brooklyn, NY; Princeton Montessori School, Princeton, NJ; and Shelton School & Evaluation Center, Dallas, TX.
John Hunter, a keynote speaker at the AMS 2014 Annual Conference and creator of the World Peace Game, shares his thoughts about peace education and how Maria Montessori’s ideals of the prepared environment and following the child can lead to new discoveries for students and educators alike.
Peace education is a vital component of the Montessori curriculum. The teaching of peace and global citizenship can transform a child's life and lead them to a more fulfilling world view. Learn more about Montessori education at amshq.org/Montessori
Parents tell you, in their own words, what makes Montessori education special. Go "beyond 2+2" and see the difference that Montessori can make in your child's life.
Classroom footage captured at Princeton Montessori School in Princeton, NJ. Thank you to Princeton Montessori School as well as to these schools, whose current parents are represented: Brooklyn Heights Montessori School, The Caedmon School, Christopher Academy, Metropolitan Montessori School, Twin Parks Montessori Schools.