1. Creating Cooperative Kids TV Show - Episode 19 - How to Raise a More Peaceful Child

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    from Bill Corbett Added 67 0 0

    In this episode: (running time 57:08) 1. Students at Massachusetts Montessori school celebrate International Day of Peace 2. How a Montessori school promotes peace everyday 3. Find Your Fire as a Parent with Life Coach Heather Hansen O'Neil 4. 10 Tips for Raising a More Peaceful Child 5. How to Become a More Peaceful Parent Creating Cooperative Kids is a one-hour cable television show that provides education and guidance to caregivers of children from 18 months to 18 years of age. Each episode features parenting experts and step-by-step instructions for parents, grand parents, and educators on raising high self-esteem and cooperative kids. The show's host, Bill Corbett, is the author of the award-winning parenting book series, LOVE, LIMITS, & LESSONS: A PARENT'S GUIDE TO RAISING COOPERATIVE KIDS (in English and in Spanish). He sits on the board of the Network Against Domestic Abuse, the Resource Advisory Committee for Attachment Parenting International, and the management team of the Springfield Parent Academy. Bill's practical experience comes as a father of three grown children, a grandfather of two, and a step dad to three. He resides with his wife Elizabeth and teenage step daughter Olivia. You can get FREE parenting advice from him at http://www.CooperativeKids.com. Notes to stations: This show is a "Dr. Phil" type of show and unlike typical cable shows. I am a parenting specialist, author, and national speaker on child behavior and discipline. It has long been my goal to bring my style of teaching and methodology to parents everywhere. I will gladly pay for your downloads of my show in hopes that you will contact me to let me know what the airing schedule will be for my show. I would like to send out press releases to your local media to direct parents to watch the show. Please contact me at bill@CooperativeKids.com to let me know you're airing my show. All the best to you and I look forward to hearing from you.

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    • Introduction to The New Learning Culture Online Course

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      from Carmen Gamper Added 125 1 0

      "Become a Learning Companion to Accompany Children Ages 3 to 18, from Preschool to High School" NEW: In addition to Preschool, Elementary, and Middle School, we will discuss High School based on the NLC Principles. SELF-DIRECTED VERSION and LIVE VERSION available Contact: Info@NewLearningCulture.com

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      • AZTECA - Grand Lake Montessori Performing Arts Camp 2014

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        from Helen Campbell Added 51 1 0

        The Performing Arts Week was first started in 1981 when the composer of our first children’s operas, Sanford Jones, came to Oakland to train Montessori teachers in music experiences for children. Teachers and students came from Concord, Walnut Creek, Marin County, San Francisco and Oakland for a 2-week seminar hosted by Grand Lake Montessori (formerly known as Casa dei Bambini). Teachers performed two operas written for children’s voices, “Persephone” based on the Greek myth and “The Happy Prince” based on a story by Oscar Wilde. The casts were a mixture of GLM staff, Bay Area students and Montessori teachers. Ten years passed and GLM grew from one classroom to five, and started an elementary class. In 1991 GLM was invited to do a children’s opera with another Montessori school in San Luis Obispo. The parents of the San Luis Obispo school hosted Casa elementary children in their homes for a week, and our joint production of “Pearl” was a great success. In 1992 GLM hosted “Opera Week” in Oakland. We invited students from Park Day, Berkeley Montessori and other schools to join us. Each year the word-of-mouth of the amazing Children’s Performing Arts Week has grown. What is truly remarkable is the elasticity and absorbent capabilities of children 6 to 12 year olds. The entire opera libretto, words and music, plus dance solos and acting are given to the children in two weeks. The children are immersed in the theater experience and learn because of the extraordinary teaching of our team of professionals. The parents work in the months ahead on costumes and scenery. GLM welcomes new opera participants as well as returning alumni. The Camp is open to any child 6 to 12 and there are special roles for GLM 5 year olds (students at GLM only) who are signed up for the camp during opera week.

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        • Staying for Kindergarten in Children's House

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          from Mayflower Center Added 54 0 0

          Molly O'Shaughnessy, director of the Montessori Center of Minnesota, presented a slide show and talk about keeping a child in Children's House for the third year. November 29, 2012

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          • Seminer Kaydı - 24 Ocak 2015 - Çocuklar ve Oyun

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            from İlk İz Yuva Added 68 0 0

            Psikolog Başak Kuzucu eşliğinde gerçekleştirdiğimiz Ocak ayı seminer kaydımız.

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            • Fueling the Flame Within: Montessori Education and the Development of the Self

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              from Steve Hughes Added 2,067 5 0

              Keynote presentation at the 2013 American Montessori Society Conference. Download a PDF of the slides from http://tinyurl.com/HughesAMS2013Keynote. Beginning as a tiny spark, the light that shines within a child will, over time, grow to become a steady, strong flame if he or she experiences an environment that recognizes, respects, and fuels it. What are the requisite features of such an environment? What makes Montessori education so effective in "fueling the flame" of each child's unique identity? Part of Dr. Montessori's genius was her understanding that human development requires different experiences at different stages of development. In this lecture, Dr. Steve Hughes will explore how the environments provided at each plane of Montessori education support the formation of essential aspects of cognitive capabilities known as "executive functions." These capabilities are necessary for the creation of curious, creative, moral, inspired, and inspiring adults—people in whom the light of identity burns bright and warm.

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              • Freedom and Responsibility, Can't Have One Without the Other

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                from Austin Montessori Added 8 0 0

                An evening spent with Donna Bryant Goertz on the subject of Freedom and Responsibility at a Parent Gathering in May of 2013

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                • Keith Wann ASL Radio - Blossom Interview

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                  from Keith Wann Added 370 3 0

                  Keith Wann and Wink interview Carol Downing from Blossom Montessori School for the Deaf, one of a kind located in Clearwater, Florida www.BlossomSchool.org

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                  • "Impossible Without Me:" Values, Morality, and Social Development in the Montessori Adolescent Community

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                    from Steve Hughes Added 1,023 3 0

                    Presented at the Montessori in Asia conference on Sunday, August 10, 2014 in Tokyo, Japan. PDF of slides available at http://tinyurl.com/HughesLectureResources. As Montessori showed us, the conditions necessary to meet the challenges of a growing mind (and body) require distinctly different conditions across the planes of development. In the first plane, the child constructs an advanced "central processor" through distinctly cognitive-developmental experiences. During the second plane, his or her mind learns to solve more complex problems and engage in further self-guided discovery of the wider world around them. The Montessori child entering an adolescent community has an entirely new set of emotional, social (and continuing cognitive!) tasks ahead. This lectures reviews the developmental tasks of adolescence, and shows how the Montessori adolescent community both continues and expands the work done in earlier planes, as he or she refines core values and unique contribution to the world.

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                    • Louise Kuo Habakus of the Center for Personal Rights

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                      from Euro-Pacific Digital Multimedia Added

                      Atlantis Centers Winter Gala featured Louise Kuo Habakus of the Center for Personal Rights to discuss parents’ choices when it comes to vaccinating their children

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