Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed. – AGE OF MONTESSORI

Age of Montessori

Mary Ellen Maunz, M.Ed. has been a Montessori educator for more than 40 years, teaching and training on five continents.

BS in Child Development and M.Ed. in Integrative Education

She is certified in Montessori Early Childhood 3-6, Elementary 6-12, and as a Master Teacher Trainer.

Mary Ellen has served on the national Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE) Board of Directors and Commission for Accreditation for 10 years.

She is a mother of 3 grown children.

She is also the author of two books:

Learning to Read in Child’s Play & Nurturing Your Child’s Inner Self.

Mary Ellen Maunz is the founder of Age of Montessori (2011); she wrote and directed the programs of teacher education for early childhood and elementary teachers

Contact Information:

Age of Montessori Website: ageofmontessori.org

Call them at (406)284-2160 to speak with out registrar, Robert Worobec

Email: maryellenmaunz@gmail.com


Track 1: Introductions to Mary Ellen
The life of Maria Montessori
What make children happiest: their own self development!
National test and children at risk and statistics
Call about 1895 Kansas 8th grade graduation exam


Track 2: Dr. Elizabeth Caspari
Examples of how the classroom is run
Do Montessori children “skip” grades and stories of 6 year old genius


Track 3: “Education is help to life”
The spiritual component of Montessori and how the teacher has to become more spiritual


Track 4: Call about newer developments in technology how is incorporated in Montessori. Different Montessori Avenues.
Call about importance of nutrition and learning to cook at a young age.
Parenting and teaching from the inside-out.


Track 5: Reintroduction and Recap.
Call about proper education and nutrition. “Education starts before conception.”
Montessori’s 3x nominations for Nobel Peace Prize


Track 6: We cover topics such as mental and physical hygiene, executives functions of the brain, and how does Montessori adjust to technological changes and “Montessori Madness” book.

 

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