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Proyecto Hijos
210. Acompaña cada etapa escolar de tus hijos

Proyecto Hijos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 17:02


¿Temes el comportamiento de tus hijos de cara a la vuelta al cole? Como padres y madres, somos quienes pueden darles las claves para que la vuelta al cole sea lo más adecuada posible. Pero, ¿y cuando son varios hermanos con edades distintas? Aprende en este episodio cómo acompañar a cada uno de ellos, según lo que necesita en cada momento. Y además, cómo hacerlo para que entre ellos tampoco haya tensiones.Recuerda que puedes descargar mis recursos gratuitos desde la página: https://viviendomontessori.com/gratis/A lo largo de este programa hablaremos sobre:· El efecto de la diferencia de la edad entre hermanos· Cómo acompañar la entrada al colegio de tu hijo/a· El paso del colegio al instituto· ¿Y si los niños están en etapas escolares diferentes?Espero que os haya gustado, muchísimas gracias por todo, por vuestras valoraciones de 5 - estrellas en iTunes y vuestros comentarios en Ivoox, y en general porque agradezco que estéis ahí y que compartáis todo esto, ya que gracias a vosotros cada día somos más. Podéis escribirme o hacer cualquier sugerencia en la página viviendomontessori.com/contacto También os recuerdo que podéis entrar al programa Creciendo en Positivo y tener más conocimientos sobre la crianza positiva y llevarla a la práctica en https://creciendoenpositivo.net/¡¡Recordad que los niños solo son niños una vez!! Y más importante todavía: nosotros somos sus referentes, por lo que enviémosles un mensaje grandioso para que sepan que pueden conseguir lo que se propongan, ¡igual que tú!Volvemos el próximo episodio, lunes a las 6:06, que paséis muy buena semana.

Catholic Moms Made For Business
Professional Women Who Choose To Stay Home with Kids with Kate Cavanagh

Catholic Moms Made For Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 45:23


Kate was a Cambridge lawyer turned Montessori teacher turned stay-at-home mom/life coach. She went through many transitions wanting to be home with her kids but also to use the talents God gave her.  We have a super interesting conversation about how women can discern what God wants and what to do in times of transition. Kate's website: www.DomesticArk.com Kate's Free Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/domesticarkcommunity

The Art of Parenting
69: A floor bed instead of a crib!? With Mariana Bissonnette

The Art of Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 46:42


Have you considered using a floor bed instead of a crib?  Listen in as my guest explains why this is beneficial for the entire family.  What We Talked About: Her personal discovery of Montessori education  Why using a floor bed rather than a crib makes a lot of sense Understanding that we are often at odds with the child Helping children do tasks by themselves Conventional Education vs. Traditional Education Things to Remember: “The conflict is not with the child. The conflict is in the development that I'm misunderstanding.” “What makes it most challenging is when we are out of sync with what the child is trying to do.”  “Resistance is a form of Independence.” “Find a community to connect that you can rely on as you navigate parenting.”  - Mariana Bissonnette “These words reveal the child's inner needs; ‘Help me to do it alone.”  “Adults move because their will directs them, but not so with the small child. The small child is urged by nature.” – Dr. Maria Montessori Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor

Racconti per bambini liberi

Piccolo uovo non vuole nascere perché non sa dove andrà a finire. Parte allora per un viaggio che lo porterà a conoscere i più diversi tipi di famiglia: Altan presta la semplicità del suo mondo felice per raccontare come ognuna di queste possa essere un luogo meraviglioso in cui crescere. Età di lettura: da 4 anni.Se vuoi ascoltare la storia e vedere le immagini, vieni a scoprire il nostro canale YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/Raccontiperbambiniliberi?sub_confirmation=1Lo sapevi che è finalmente uscita la nostra guida mindfulness per genitori consapevoli? Vieni a scoprirla sul nostro sito: https://raccontiperbambiniliberi.com/product/mindfulness-per-bambiniSe non vuoi perderti nemmeno una delle nostre storie iscriviti alla newsletter su www.raccontiperbambiniliberi.com e seguici su Instagram: @raccontiperbambiniliberiSe vuoi sfogliare questo libro, lo puoi trovare qui: https://raccontiperbambiniliberi.com/i-nostri-racconti

Helping Families Be Happy
Bonding through Reading with Apurva Shrivasta

Helping Families Be Happy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 28:40


In today's episode of the “Helping Families Be Happy” podcast, host Dr. Carla Marie Manly, a practicing Clinical Psychologist, Wellness Advocate, and Author based in Sonoma County, California talks with guest Apurva Shrivasta about her life as a Book Reviewer.   Episode Highlights 01:38 – Apurva is a UX Designer by profession, and works for a Credit Card Company. Other than that, she's also a book reviewer on Instagram. 03:13 – Apurva's professional work is very similar to what one does in their day-to-day life and in motherhood. 05:09 – Just being their (Children) biggest cheerleaders is all about parenting and all these intricacies of reaching the child, states Apurva. 07:17 – Apurva's children believe in the power of reading, and she's so fascinated to see this valuable trait naturally emerge in her family, highlights Apurva. 09:23 – Dr. Carla about Apurva, no matter the child's age when she's reading with them, she has created sort of a bubble or cocoon in her own world where the two of them are exploring whatever's in the book together. She's on an adventure in her own world. 11:10 - It does take a lot, not just cognitive energy but also emotional energy to tune into a child that way, says Dr. Carla. 13:25 – Dr. Carla enquires about how can toddlers learn problem-solving. 14:38 - It's very important to see how our kids react to certain things, and how do they carry themselves with confidence because that's important, says Apurva. 16:49 – Apurva highlights that just being in that moment present with them and not thinking about anything else and giving that undivided attention is important. 18:10 - Just being there with the kids is the most important thing without the intervention of technology, says Apurva. 20:34 - Kids have a brain where they can wander. So, why not be a model for them to display what the world is like and how it is so beautiful, states Apurva. 22:00 – Apurva shares her opinion on which book is better in certain age ranges. 23:20 – Apurva wrote a book which is, about how does a child's brain works? 25:00 – They do like a lot of Montessori education for both her daughters.   Three Key Points Apurva highlights - reading in itself creates that bonding and it's really important. We can really like read aloud or let them (Children) read on their own if they are a little elder, but when we're reading with them, we're creating our own world. It's significantly benefitted our child's brain and ours as well and we can see that wire but then it goes from our child to our brain and then naturally it prepares them for their academic success. Apurva says - reading is one way where we express our affection and gratitude. We're given the opportunity that we can read it to them. It's like we should be really grateful for that and keep developing that habit little by little, even if it is like five minutes, 10 minutes. She thinks it's more than enough and when we see that smile on their face when we're together and not busy in our phones or doing other things and ignoring them, it's blissful. Apurva shares what makes a really great children's book - first the story the characters that we bring in, what is the story depicting and also the ups and down. There's not a story that wouldn't have a down and then how do they shine up and brings out the moral out of that. So, all those milestones are really important in a story.   Tweetable Quotes “Being the child's advocate or cheerleader, is really important.” – Dr. Carla Marie Manly  “The more books, the better it is.” – Apurva Shrivasta “You are creating your own world when you're reading with a child.” - Apurva Shrivasta “You can get creative with reading.” - Apurva Shrivasta “It is joyful, but sometimes it is tiring.” - Apurva Shrivasta “5 to 10 minutes of reading can make a difference in a child's life.” - Apurva Shrivasta “Integrate practical life along with that. I think that's really important.” - Apurva Shrivasta “Empathy and compassion are a theme that we really put more emphasis on.” - Apurva Shrivasta “We also encourage a lot of unstructured day time too.” - Apurva Shrivasta “That bond between your children and yourself, you wouldn't even know how far along that can go.” - Apurva Shrivasta “A child who grows up with tuned parents, generally have really good self-confidence, high self-esteem.” - Dr. Carla Marie Manly  “Just imagine, there is no fear in imagining things.” - Apurva Shrivasta “What a strong power to have the gift of imagination and to pass that on to your children.” - Dr. Carla Marie Manly    Resources Mentioned Helping Families be Happy Podcast Apple Dr. Carla Marie Manly Website LinkedIn Twitter   Instagram Podcast Editing

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting
Embracing Imperfection with Libby

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 32:53


In this episode, we meet Libby, a homeschooling mom of one from Michigan, USA. They talk about Libby's journey with Montessori, embracing imperfection, and why patience is a virtue. For more, visit us at www.childoftheredwoods.com.

TSF - TSF Pais e Filhos - Podcast

Edição de 20 de Setembro 2022

Les adultes de demain
Pause éducative : L'anniversaire

Les adultes de demain

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 11:40


 L'anniversaire est un moment très important pour un enfant et encore plus dans notre pédagogie Montessori où nous organisons une véritable cérémonie. Sylvie vous explique les buts de cet évènement et comment il s'organise autant à la maison qu'à l'école ou la crèche. C'est un moment très attendu par les enfants. 

Montessori Education with Jesse McCarthy

What do you do when things get crazy or seemingly out of control with children, whether in school or at home? Long-time Montessori parent, teacher and teacher-trainer Ginni Sackett shares her decades of experience to help bring the calm when all around seems to be chaos.

WorkPlay Solutions Podcast
Ep. 52 | Fun with Art & Improv - Part 2 of 2 - Alexandra Goodrich

WorkPlay Solutions Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 24:18


Part 2 of 2. How did your school use Strengths Finder? What is an art project you are proud of? Who are the artists that inspire you? How have art and improv made you a better human? What's something embarrassing you've done on a Zoom call? Guest: Alexandra Goodrich | Art Teacher, Painter, Improv performer, English tutor, Renaissance womanhttps://www.instagram.com/alexandra.joy.goodrichhttps://www.instagram.com/brain.cake.ytShoutouts and References: Clifton Strengths FinderDemetri MartinJim KarwischYour Secret's Safe with Gus podcastXYZ 15th Century Stationary ImprovRosetta StoneHost: Mark Suroviec, M. Ed. | Owner and Founder of WorkPlay Solutionshttps://www.workplaysolutions.com/Music: Music by REDproductions from Pixabay If you want unforgettable events and training that's fun, for real fun, get started today at https://www.workplaysolutions.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/workplaysol/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorkPlaySolInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/workplaysolTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/workplaysol

A que no te atreves
La importancia de dar más libertad a nuestros hijas e hijos al criarlos y por qué una educación autoritaria los lastima, con Dannia Grissel, coguía Montessori

A que no te atreves

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 44:55


En A que no te atreves queremos hablar de la importancia de dar más libertad a nuestros hijas e hijos durante su crianza para formar seres más independientes, con una autoestima más alta, más resilientes y con un criterio propio. Si te educaron o educas de una manera autoritaria es difícil entender por qué a un niño tenemos que darle más libertad y la verdad es que las razones son muchas. Nos acompaña Dannia Grissel, coguía Montessori en la etapa de 0 a 6 años. Dania tiene una familia multicultural, china y mexicana, y es madre de una adolescente de 18 años y un pequeño de 3. Síguenos en el Instagram de @aquenoteatrevescontaniachaidez y en TikTok como @aquenoteatrevescontania

Montessori in Action Podcast
Season 3, Ep. 3: A New Era of Indigenous Representation in Montessori Materials

Montessori in Action Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 26:07


Our next episode is a conversation with Trisha Moquino and Marcus Trujillo, the creators of new Montessori material coming out through Montessori Services. This material offers Montessori classrooms nomenclature cards created by Indigenous educators that represent Indigenous people across the land. Trisha is the author and Marcus is the illustrator of this new work created to reach children and educators with their words and beauty.

TSF - TSF Pais e Filhos - Podcast
O método de ensino Montessori

TSF - TSF Pais e Filhos - Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


Edição de 20 Setembro 2022

Poised & Powerful Parenting
Being Your Child's First Teacher with Amanda Blair MacDonald

Poised & Powerful Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 73:04


Being responsible for your children's education can feel high pressure - from fostering brain development to choosing schools. Today's guest will help you zoom out from the details to help you focus on what's important to you as you incorporate learning in your home. Children's learning is a whole-self activity, and you might be surprised at the simplicity of the things you can do together that help them grow and develop! This week, episode 41 of Poised & Powerful Podcast reassures you that you have what you need to be your child's first teacher! Feeding and caring for young children can do a number on your body - and it can be hard to find that time to take care of yourself. Join me for a restorative practice where we'll release tension in our necks, back, and shoulders. Clear your mind so you'll feel reset and re-energized for yourself and your family. Drop into the online Sunday night group: Restore on the Floor for parents and caregivers. https://poisedpowerfulparenthood.com/take-a-break Or sign up here to be the first to know about new classes and offers.Amanda Blair MacDonald (she/her) is an educator, speaker, and consultant based in Chicago, IL. Amanda uses decision-making analysis (MPA), Alexander Technique, and developmental movement to help you gain self-mastery and optimal performance. In this episode of Poised & Powerful Podcast, Amanda and I discuss the following:How developmental movement, play, and daily activities can help children learn - no elaborate materials needed! How Amanda's perspective as an Alexander Technique trained teacher meshed with the Montessori philosophy when she was hired at a Montessori school. She gives an educator's insight on scaffolding children's learning so they can master skills with confidence, and the emotional and kinesthetic skills that are vital for their development. Amanda compares the independence of her daughter's education with her own schools, which were more authoritarian and grades-focused. Collaborative problem-solving with kids, and how that develops as they get older. We hear from Amanda's daughter about what she values in her education - you can hear her sense of ownership of her learning experience at a young age. We hope this conversation gives you the valuable perspective of the “big picture” of supporting children's learning, and has you thinking about what you value in education, and gets you excited about sharing that with your family.CONNECT WITH AMANDA BLAIR MACDONALD:LinkedInFacebookInstagramWebsiteCONNECT WITH SARAH MAYHAN:Stress Less in Pregnancy Class OnlineSunday night Zoom: Restore on the FloorWork with Sarah! LINKS MENTIONED:Brain-Compatible Dance Education/ Anne Green GilbertEpisode Transcript here

Parenting Leading and Teaching With Emotional Intelligence and Love
Montessori Monday - Preparation of the Adult

Parenting Leading and Teaching With Emotional Intelligence and Love

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 12:56


Learn about the importance of preparing the adult in a way in which children can really thrive and love to learn. How do the adults prepare themselves to make that happen? --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shawn-edwards1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shawn-edwards1/support

Montessori Babies
Things You Need To Know About Montessori Parenting

Montessori Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2022 16:31


In Season 2 Episode 6 of our Montessori Babies show, we are talking all about how some things that are surprising as a Montessori parent! This week we discussed:How often babies changeKeeping an open mind and growth mindsetHow to change with your babyAddressing yourself in this new roleStaying inspiredAnd more!Grab my FREE Mini Course: Essentials To Beginning Montessori with Babies here! Enroll in my FREE course instantly!Head on over to EZPZfun.com to discover their beautiful infant feeding products that were specially formulated by mothers and experts to cater to your baby's age and stage of development. Use the code MontessoriBabies10 at checkout for 10% off your order!I had so much fun recording Season 2 Episode 5 of the Montessori Babies Podcast! If you enjoyed and think it may be helpful to someone you know, I would love it if you would leave a review and share with your friends and family!Interested in creating your own Montessori Baby Experience through a step-by-step guide to understanding Baby Development + Montessori in Infancy PLUS learning how to implement Montessori by baby milestones? The Montessori Babies Course may be just perfect for you!✨ Enroll in The Montessori Babies Course here! ✨Check out our Montessori Baby Shoppe here -> https://www.babytourguide.com/montessori-baby-shoppe/Check out our blog -> https://www.babytourguide.com/Become a Patron of our Montessori Babies Podcast show for as little as $5 per month! And explore all membership tier options to have me as a resource while you journey through the world of Montessori Babies!-->  https://www.patreon.com/babytourguideAlso, don't forget to grab my FREE Montessori eGuide to Begin Implementing Montessori with your babies and toddlers today! https://www.babytourguide.com/Check out our Instagram Page: https://www.instagram.com/babytourguide/Check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/babytourguide/Xoxo,Bianca A. Solorzano, M.Ed.Baby Development & Montessori ConsultantAnd Your Baby Tour GuideSupport the show

Buenos días madresfera
#SomosTribu de septiembre: Vuelta al cole con Arantxa Arroyo y Cristina López

Buenos días madresfera

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 55:27


Episodio 1128Nuevo episodio de nuestra sección mensual dedicada a la disciplina positiva en compañía de Arantxa Arroyo, Maestra, Guía Montessori y Educadora de Disciplina Positiva, directora de Magea Escuela Activa y Cristina López, experta en tecnología y familia y autora del blog 3 con las maletas a cuestas https://3conlasmaletasacuestas.es/Puedes enviarnos tus consultas para Arantxa y Cristina a info@madresfera.comLibros mencionados:El hilo invisible de Miriam Tiradohttps://amzn.to/3Bg3AOhUn beso en mi mano de Audrey Pennhttps://amzn.to/3S6wt6hNo te vayas de Gabriela Keselmanhttps://amzn.to/3RFyHcZ

7 milliards de voisins
Vivre une scolarité heureuse de l'école au lycée

7 milliards de voisins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 48:30


Quand on est parent, on veut le bonheur et la réussite de son enfant. Mais, parfois les devoirs et les résultats scolaires peuvent vite devenir source de tensions.  Pourtant, il est possible de transformer ces moments d'apprentissage en moments de partage et de complicité. Quelles sont les clés pour amener son enfant à avoir confiance en lui, à se concentrer et à apprendre efficacement ? Comment l'accompagner vers plus d'autonomie et de motivation. Réponses avec une mère et son fils.  Avec : - Catherine Legros, enseignante Montessori et auteur d'Enfant confiant parents sereins, des clés pour une scolarité heureuse de l'école au lycée (Éditions ESF Sciences Humaines) - Jérémie Legros, charpentier, a obtenu son Bac en candidat libre, après une scolarité rendue difficile par des troubles d'apprentissage.      Et en fin d'émission, la chronique du psychologue Ibrahima Giroux, Parents, enfants, d'ici et d'ailleurs :  Comprendre les troubles émotionnels dans la famille. À télécharger ici Un rendez-vous hebdomadaire pour aider les parents, Ibrahima Giroux est psychologue, à Dakar, Sénégal.    Programmation musicale :  ► Happy – Trio SR9 & Camille  ► Boolo – Senny Camara. 

Ondefurlane
La vôs dai Comitâts 15.09.2022 - Famiglia Felice aps - Montessori International Center

Ondefurlane

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 29:12


Luciano Zorzenone al interviste Erica Cocetta, par presentâ des bielis iniziativis didatichis che si davuelzin a Lauçà e... Ator pal mont !

Infinita Podcast (variedades)
Bienestar Urbano - 14 de Septiembre 2022 (Método Montessori)

Infinita Podcast (variedades)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 69:05


Portal social de salud y conciencia. Únete a nuestros círculos de crecimiento constante.Un espacio de transmisiones llenas de energía positiva. Nuestra meta es ser el "eco" del cambio individual y colectivo a través de círculos de conexión y crecimiento constante, dentro de un entorno urbano. Únete a la tribu expansiva de bienestar urbano, para sentirte motivad@ naturalmente hacia la excelencia en salud y consciencia. Aquí despejamos la mente porque... ¡qué rico ser feliz! ¿verdad?

Unlock Your Freedom
NLP/ Montessori Schools/ and Leading on your terms

Unlock Your Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 39:46


As the Founder and Shareholder of The Montessori School of Cleveland, and as CEO & owner and Grandmaster of The NLP Center, a global institute located in Atlanta, GA she gives full credit for her success to her unique communication and listening skills, her tenacity and her never-ending desire to take something from good to outrageously great. To add even more fuel to the fire and more credibility to her work, Brigitta has created Coaching Programs for large Corporations and conducts extensive training for Corporate and Government Organizations, leading The NLP Center with knowledge & heart as the CEO and master trainer. Website: https://www.centerofnlp.com/ Social Media Info: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brigittahoeferle/

Next Stop Crazytown
Episode 163: From Art Kid to Art Teacher to Business Owner - The Story of Bette Fetter

Next Stop Crazytown

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 36:11


Bette Fetter is the CEO of Young Rembrandts and author of Being Visual. She has been teaching children how to draw for over 40 years. In this episode, you will learn the following: How Betty Fetter turned her passion for art into a successful business The importance of taking risks and exploring new opportunities How franchising can help a business grow beyond its current limitations Bette Fetter, founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts and author of the Amazon #1 bestseller, Being Visual, began her career as a professional artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Northern Illinois University. Through her education, participation in various forms of the arts and experience with Montessori education, Bette gained first-hand understanding of the value of the arts for developing minds. Remarkable Quote: “We have to be involved. Our body needs to be involved. Our voice, our hands. We need to write things, draw things, map it out, make stars doodle. That's how information gets into us. It goes through our body, into our hands.” “Are you creative or not? We all have the right side of the brain. Have we developed it? Does our education system think it's important, and what do we do with it? But if you're a scientist, you should be able to come up with some new ideas if you're an engineer. Everybody needs that creative right side of their brain.” Sponsor Today's episode is sponsored by: Picked Cherries' social podcasting app is the destination for the best podcast listening experience for all listeners. Download the app for FREE on Google Play and the App Store. Share podcasts like never before with Picked Cherries. Learn more at PickedCherries.com. Find Us Online! Website: iamJulietHahn.com Instagram: @iamjuliethahn Twitter: @iamjuliethahn LinkedIn: Juliet Hahn FB: @iamjuliethahn Fireside: Juliet Hahn Clubhouse: @iamjuliethahn YouTube: Juliet Hahn

7 milliards de voisins
Vivre une scolarité heureuse de l'école au lycée

7 milliards de voisins

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 48:30


Quand on est parent, on veut le bonheur et la réussite de son enfant. Mais, parfois les devoirs et les résultats scolaires peuvent vite devenir source de tensions.  Pourtant, il est possible de transformer ces moments d'apprentissage en moments de partage et de complicité. Quelles sont les clés pour amener son enfant à avoir confiance en lui, à se concentrer et à apprendre efficacement ? Comment l'accompagner vers plus d'autonomie et de motivation. Réponses avec une mère et son fils.  Avec : - Catherine Legros, enseignante Montessori et auteur d'Enfant confiant parents sereins, des clés pour une scolarité heureuse de l'école au lycée (Éditions ESF Sciences Humaines) - Jérémie Legros, charpentier, a obtenu son Bac en candidat libre, après une scolarité rendue difficile par des troubles d'apprentissage.      Et en fin d'émission, la chronique du psychologue Ibrahima Giroux, Parents, enfants, d'ici et d'ailleurs :  Comprendre les troubles émotionnels dans la famille. À télécharger ici Un rendez-vous hebdomadaire pour aider les parents, Ibrahima Giroux est psychologue, à Dakar, Sénégal.    Programmation musicale :  ► Happy – Trio SR9 & Camille  ► Boolo – Senny Camara. 

Sovereign Futures
126 - It's Time To Live Big with Felice DiMartino

Sovereign Futures

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 41:43


Effulgence, Presence, and an in-depth message from the voice of a NEAR DEATH EXPERIENCE telling FELICE, IT'S  TIME TO LIVE BIG.Felice DiMartino is an Intuitive Healer, Spiritual Channel, Reiki Master, and SOUL-full Guide. IN 2015, Felice had a profound near-death experience when she was hit by a large truck while crossing the street. Upon her return, her natural inclinations and sensory abilities were heightened.She now offers 1:1 healing sessions, guest speaking, and group workshops. Her passion is collaborating with others to offer personal growth experiences and Spiritual transformation. For the last 35 years, she has been on a Spiritual path, with an in-depth exploration of a multitude of teachings from Spiritual Masters and Indigenous Healers. She has participated in intensive training and certifications in several Healing modalities including the Akashic Records, Angel Intuitive Readings, and Infinity Healing which blends neuroscience and energy medicine. She is a Traumatic Brain Injury survivor thriver and certified yoga meditation and mindset facilitator for the neurodiverse population.She combines her personal journey of resiliency, 30 years as a Montessori educator and training in neuroscience technologies, and her Near Death experience to guide others in cultivating a deeper connection with their Spiritual Self and alignment of body, mind, and soul.Felice is currently writing a book about her Near Death Experience and can be found at www.groundedillumination.comIf you want to find out more about Felice, you can visit her social media:- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/felice.nussbaumdimartino- Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/felice_dimartino/Visit https://delaflorteachings.com/faith to receive the “21 Days of Faith in Action Course” as our gift to you.Podcast sponsored by Delaflor Teachings International and produced by Asynd Media.

Unvarnished Mamas
How We Homeschool

Unvarnished Mamas

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 69:20


This week the Mamas discuss how they each homeschool. Each one does things very different and they discuss why that is and how it works for their family. Listen as they discuss the types of homeschooling available and why they made this decision for their families.

Parenting Leading and Teaching With Emotional Intelligence and Love
Montessori Monday: The Prepared Environment

Parenting Leading and Teaching With Emotional Intelligence and Love

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 8:27


Considering Montessori as a preschool education for your child? Understand the prepared environment! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shawn-edwards1/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shawn-edwards1/support

Park Ridge Presbyterian Church
Author Interview: Kris Cichowski

Park Ridge Presbyterian Church

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 36:03


Using a Montessori Approach to Enhance Quality of Life for Persons with Dementia Workshop – September 22, 7pm At the Park Ridge Public Library When changes occur in memory or cognition, families often take the path of least resistance and minimize involvement in social and recreation activity.  Author Kristine Cichowski shares strategies for using a Montessori approach to promote engagement and inclusion from her book – Living with Dementia Doesn't Mean You Stop Living. Join this interactive program to learn

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting
Helping Kids Develop a Growth Mindset and Embrace Mistakes

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 55:40


In this episode, Aubrey and David discuss how to help kids handle adversity, embrace mistakes, and develop a growth mindset!  For more Montessori and homeschooling guidance, visit us online at www.childoftheredwoods.com.

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman
Episode 21: Motherhood, with Sabine Leitner

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 50:26


In this third of three podcasts on the theme of motherhood, Barbara and David are joined by two guests: Sabine Leitner, who trained as a musician in her native Austria, opened a music school and puppet theatre for young children in Vienna, and then changed careers, earning an MA in Philosophy and another MA in Psychosynthesis, which is a form of therapy she now practices in London; and Roxana Haloiu, a qualified and experienced Montessori practitioner, and mother of baby Theo. To combine the two vocations, she also now runs a Montessori-inspired playgroup for her north London community.

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman
Episode 20: Motherhood, with Roxana Haloiu

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 53:26


In this second of three podcasts on the theme of motherhood, Barbara and David are joined by two guests: Roxana Haloiu, a qualified and experienced Montessori practitioner, and mother of baby Theo. To combine the two vocations, she also now runs a Montessori-inspired playgroup for her north London community; and Sabine Leitner, who trained as a musician in her native Austria, opened a music school and puppet theatre for young children in Vienna, and then changed careers, earning an MA in Philosophy and another MA in Psychosynthesis, which is a form of therapy she now practices in London.

Trillium Montessori Talks
023: Working With What You Have: Tips on Guiding an Under-Resourced Classroom

Trillium Montessori Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 25:06


Unfortunately, many schools and classrooms are experiencing a lack of resources: Montessori materials, trained guides, and even basic school supplies. In times like these, it's important to get creative! While the Montessori method does rely heavily on hands-on education, there are plenty of ways to inspire curiosity and learning without access to a wealth of resources.In this episode, we share a few ways you can address the eight principles of Montessori education without access to Montessori materials or trained guides. We share the importance of helping your students engage in meaningful work and how to incorporate it in the classroom and at home. We also explain how to organize your limited classroom supplies to make them accessible for your students.What's in this episode:Why so many schools and classrooms lack resources right nowHow the Montessori method allows for guides and parents who want to create their own materials and lessonsHow to address the eight principles of Montessori education with limited materials or untrained guidesWhy it's sometimes better to limit materials at the start of a new lessonHow to use your students' natural curiosity to guide your lessonsWhy we don't believe in rewarding students for their classroom performanceHow to provide opportunities for students to do meaningful workHow to organize your limited supplies to maximize their potentialFor full show notes, resources, links and to download the transcript, visit https://www.trilliummontessori.org/Resources Mentioned in This Episode:Montessori: The Science Behind the Genius by Angeline Stoll LillardConnect With UsVisit our websiteFollow us on InstagramConnect with us on Facebook

Montessori Moms in the Wild
Our Montessori Garden with Becky

Montessori Moms in the Wild

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 70:12


Today we are thrilled to introduce our guest, Becky, who runs a beautifully brilliant Instagram page called Our Montessori Garden. In a short time, she imparts a massive amount of information about how and why to extend the philosophy outdoors; whether that be your back yard, a tiny balcony, or the nearest public park! This episode is packed with practical and cost-effective tips for taking Montessori outdoors. Find Becky's amazing Instagram account here. Here more about Linda Akeson McGurk's There's No Such Thing as Bad Weather here. Hear more about Angela Hanscom's Balanced and Barefoot here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Proyecto Hijos
209. Propósitos en familia para el nuevo curso

Proyecto Hijos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 18:09


¿Ya sabes cuáles son tus objetivos familiares para el nuevo curso? Si te preocupa perder ese buen ambiente y tiempo de calidad que habéis pasado juntos durante las vacaciones, ahora podéis trabajar en familia para conseguir los deseos de cada uno. Crea tu lista y descubre las claves para que podáis cumplir con vuestros propósitos. Y consigue, este nuevo curso, el cambio que quieres ver en tu familia mientras disfrutáis de mucho más tiempo juntos.Recuerda que puedes descargar mis recursos gratuitos desde la página: https://viviendomontessori.com/gratis/A lo largo de este programa hablaremos sobre:· Por qué marcarse buenos propósitos en septiembre· Qué quieres conseguir como familia· Ideas de propósitos en familia para un mejor curso· Ayuda a tu hijo/a a marcarse objetivos personalesEspero que os haya gustado, muchísimas gracias por todo, por vuestras valoraciones de 5 - estrellas en iTunes y vuestros comentarios en Ivoox, y en general porque agradezco que estéis ahí y que compartáis todo esto, ya que gracias a vosotros cada día somos más. Podéis escribirme o hacer cualquier sugerencia en la página viviendomontessori.com/contacto También os recuerdo que podéis entrar al programa Creciendo en Positivo y tener más conocimientos sobre la crianza positiva y llevarla a la práctica en https://creciendoenpositivo.net/¡¡Recordad que los niños solo son niños una vez!! Y más importante todavía: nosotros somos sus referentes, por lo que enviémosles un mensaje grandioso para que sepan que pueden conseguir lo que se propongan, ¡igual que tú!Volvemos el próximo episodio, lunes a las 6:06, que paséis muy buena semana.

El Podcast de Aníbal
Podcast de Aníbal - Viernes, 9 de septiembre de 2022

El Podcast de Aníbal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2022 69:08


Temas de hoy:    Muerte de la Reina Isabel II   Wanda Vázquez pide se le excluya de la orden de mordaza. Fiscalía está de acuerdo.      Jueza Taylor Swain extiende periodo para que se llegue a acuerdos con bonistas de la AEE y surge más evidencia de luchas internas en entes gubernamentales energéticos    Junta le pide a la jueza que acelere la vista sobre demanda para detener reforma laboral - Junta tiene prisa sobre reforma laboral      Amplían modelo educativo Montessori en el sistema educativo público   2022 ya rompe récord de muertes por covid   DEPORTES ZONA-5 con Federico López, con el auspicio de la Cooperativa de Seguros MSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman
Episode 19: Dr Montessori and Motherhood

My Montessori Life with Barbara Isaacs and David Gettman

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 50:29


In this first of three podcasts on the theme of motherhood, Barbara and David look at Maria Montessori's view of the role of the mother in child development. Maria was a mother herself, but in difficult circumstances. She was one of the first women in Italy to qualify as a doctor. As she specialised in paediatrics, Maria was appointed co-director of a training institute in Rome for professionals working with mentally-disabled children. She and the institute's other director, another young doctor called Giuseppe Montesano, happened to fall in love and have a baby together. Because Giuseppe's high-born family would not allow them to marry, Maria had to give up the baby, named Mario, to the father's family for them to raise. So Maria Montessori's motherhood was a secret, even to her son, until they re-united when Mario was much older. Some think this experience of ‘motherhood denied' may have influenced Maria Montessori's decision to dedicate her life's work to children.

Remake
060. Susie Wise: Belonging by Design

Remake

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 55:56


TODAY'S GUEST   Susie Wise is a designer, educator, and author, whose wonderful book Design for Belonging: How to Build Inclusion and Collaboration in Your Communities came out in April 2022 as part of the new Stanford d.school book series on core design skills. She teaches at the Stanford d.school and coaches leaders in innovation practices and liberatory design.   EPISODE SUMMARY   In this conversation we talk about: The topic of belonging and how to foster it. The need for belonging in troubling times. What being bored at school taught Susie about herself and the world. How she moved from politics to design and got involved with the Stanford d.school. Her work in the K12 lab at d.school, which combined design thinking with the Montessori education system. Moving from design thinking and education, to liberatory design and design for belonging.   What is belonging? What does it look and feel like? Why does it matter? What is othering, and how does it work? The importance of ritual, storytelling, and spaces, and crafting belonging. As someone who's researched religion through a designer's eye, I love the emphasis on ritual, spaces, and storytelling, and crafting belonging. All of these areas, which religions are famously good at utilizing, whereas secular environments often fail entirely to appreciate. But what if a school made you feel as welcome and as part of the community as the best churches? What if the rituals we crafted and the stories we told included every one of us?   Since this interview with Susie, I've already interviewed a few of her co-authors in the d.school new book series, which will be coming out in the next few weeks.   This conversation is one of a dozen or so weekly conversations we already have lined up for you with thinkers, designers, makers, authors, entrepreneurs, and activists who are working to change our world for the better. So follow this podcast on your favorite podcast app, or head over to RemakePod.org to subscribe.   And now, let's jump right in with Susie Wise.   TIMESTAMP CHAPTERS   [5:08] Life in the Present [11:57] Childhood Projects [13:56] A Path to Design [18:05] The Birth of the K12 Lab [20:26] The Montessori System [23:16] Belonging and Equity [27:53] Design for Belonging [29:51] What is Belonging? [31:29] Seeing Belonging [36:33] Othering and Systemic Othering [43:25] The Assumption Storm [46:49] Shaping Belonging with Rituals [50:53] Shaping Belonging with Spaces [54:25] A Short Sermon   EPISODE LINKS Susie's Links

The In Raw Life Podcast
126. A Montessori Approach to Treating Humans Better (an ENCORE episode)

The In Raw Life Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 52:27


ENCORE Episode.... While Jessika is out on maternity leave, we're bringing you some of our favorite episodes of IRL past! This episode has Ciara in tears! Why? Because in this ep, we interview one of Ciara's favorite and most respected people in the world, Arrow's Montessori teacher, Dana. Dana is the mother of a 32 year old, a 21 year old, adopted twin 15 year olds, and the teacher of 16 bright and amazing 2-5 year olds. She loves all children like the humans they are, and she wouldn't settle for anything less! Whether you are a parent or not, we HIGHLY recommend listening to this episode. It will teach you how to treat kids, and remind you how to treat adults! After all, we are all humans. So let us all strive to be better ones, and help build a stronger next generation while we are at it! -------------------------------- Shout out to our Strength contributor... Niki! A special thanks to Manu @manu_matic for providing our amazing music! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theinrawlifepodcast/support

The Founder's Mindset
S2 | E5: Wanting it All, or Nothing at All: A Case for Being 'Married to your Work'

The Founder's Mindset

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 66:36


In this episode Gena spoke with Ray and Rebecca Girn, two people who utterly defy all conventional wisdom about maintaining work-life balance. When it comes to both work and love, they are, as they often describe it, “all in”. Ray and Rebecca are part of the founding team of Higher Ground Education, which offers a radically different kind of education, centred around developing natural interests rather than formal teaching. Higher Ground owns and operates over 100 Montessori schools, one of which Gena's daughter attends. This is a conversation about what it's like to put all your eggs in one basket. Ray and Rebecca don't mince words about what makes that approach so difficult, but they'll also get you thinking about why it's so sublimely and unquestionably worth it. Subscribe to The Founder's Mindset so you never miss an episode. This is a podcast from Entrepreneur First. Learn more at joinef.com Thank you to Woolly Mammoth Media for consulting on and producing the show.

The Modern Mamas Podcast
MMP Ep 273: Exploring the Montessori Approach with Beth Wood

The Modern Mamas Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 64:56


This week Jess sits down with Beth Wood of Our Montessori Life to chat all things Montessori! Beth is a 0-3 and 3-6 trained Montessori Guide and the owner of Our Montessori Life which is an educational consulting agency for homes, schools and communities looking to implement or refine Montessori principles in their environments. Beth specializes in implementing Cultural Studies, Peace Education and Conflict Resolution in classrooms and authentic Practical Life activities in Montessori homes. She also works with schools and homes to find resources that are inclusive and culturally diverse. In this episode we chat the basics of what montessori is, how it began and how its evolved. We also dive into what questions you should ask a school if you're considering enrolling your children, what to expect in the classroom, the differences and similarities of montessori to other approaches, and so much more! As always this is just us sharing our own unique experiences and is in no way meant as a commentary on YOUR unique life - we hope you enjoy our story

Montessori Bookclub Podcast
Ep 29 CD v2, Ch4, Development through Activity

Montessori Bookclub Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:35


Montessori describes the teacher’s role in deciding when to intervene and when to observe if a child is making a mistake, interrupting another, or using the lesson in a way not intended. Very helpful this time of year!

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting
It's a Montessori Life with Rachel

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 28:43


In this episode, Aubrey meets Rachel, a Montessori parent of two from Seattle, USA. They talk about Rachel's journey to Montessori, the importance of respecting children, and why the second plane shouldn't sound scary. For more, visit us at www.childoftheredwoods.com.

Hello Dysfunction
184: It's Ramen Time

Hello Dysfunction

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 75:02 Very Popular


CHREEEEEEEES!!  We feel sick. Crystal is a woodworker. Don't sleep with your dead pets and Pata Fria is opening a Montessori school.  Be patient with your neurodivergent partners and learn your love/apology languages.  Forgiveness develops with time. Growing up in the 90s was so incredibly toxic and have you made a virginity promise to your dad?  Join our Patreon!! Patreon.com/hellodysfunction  Follow us on IG: Instagram.com/hellodysfunction  Instagram.com/lurkpatafria  Instagram.com/crystaldamato21 Email us your questions/stories at: hellodysfunction@gmail.com 

Yakety Yak
Anna Crabb: Founder/Director at Stoneybrook Hollow Early Learning Studio

Yakety Yak

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 16:34


Stoneybrook Hollow is an Early Learning Studio. The founding principles of Stoneybrook Hollow are inspired by the Reggio Emilia and Montessori philosophies.  Stoneybrook Hollow is located in Kaysville and offers a unique approach to learning by cultivating: Curiosity, Motivation, and Child-Led Learning. Anna has a love for children and a passion as an educator to provide children with the best learning environment possible. She and her husband are the parents of two children, one with unique needs. Stoneybrook Hollow provides private education for children between the ages of 3-6 years old.  www.stoneybrookhollow.com

The Meg Pearson Podcast
64. Transforming Picky Eaters: Tips From a Twin Mom & Montessori Style Day Care Owner, Poppy of "Low Stress Motherhood"

The Meg Pearson Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 30:16


Do you have a picky eater at home? I sure do! Today I have returning guest Poppy of Low Stress Motherhood on the show! After almost a decade of working one-on-one with babies and toddlers in a home environment, feeding them breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner; this twin toddler mom, licensed childcare provider, and owner of a Montessori-inspired family daycare has heaps to share about picky eating! In today's convo we cover: - 6 Food Exposure Activities That Can Get Your Picky Toddler To Try New Foods - What "food chaining" is and how it can help - The basis for Poppy's Transforming Picky Eaters: A 4-Week Plan Listen to Poppy's story as well as the deets on her amazing Peaceful Potty Training Technique (which by the way I utilized with my daughter Cobie in June of this year with great success!) on episode #53 - “Peaceful Pottying: Putting More FOCUS ON THE PARENT” Get today's show notes & links on the episode webpage HERE Connect with Meg: Receive a FREE 11 minute breath work practice from Meg! Just head to the website. Join my year-long women's coaching container, the EMPOWER MASTERMIND! Follow me and The Meg Pearson Podcast on Instagram Love the show? Then why don't you: • Leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. • Subscribe to the show. • Tag us on Instagram @themegpearsonpodcast or @coachmegpearson and let us know what you think or what and who you'd want to hear on the show!

Sacred Sister Podcast
6.17 Raising Conscious Children through Micro-Schooling with Emily Gregoire

Sacred Sister Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 85:52


In this weeks episode we discuss the benefits of raising conscious children through micro-schooling with Emily Gregoire. Emily is a holistic Microschool Owner/Creator who raises her 4 children in a multicultural/unschooling way. She is a lifelong self directed learner with a deep respect for babies and children as creative, curious, natural learners. Her education is heavily influenced by Montessori philosophy, she is a member of 100 Roads, a group of educators and edupreneurs. This powerful episode isn't just for parents but will also benefit those who do not yet have children and wish to see education from a new angle. We dive deep into: What micro schooling is and how it functions Child lit education vs the education that most of us were raised in What is the future of the school system Child led education vs traditional schooling The importance of play based learning Treating our children as the intelligent conscious beings they are Healing our inner child How our upbringing can effect our relationships Connect with Emily here: Instagram @the.rainbow.room_ YouTube @theunschoolingdiary Follow + Support Sacred Sister Podcast: Sacred Sister Podcast Instagram Share with your Sacred Brothers, Sisters + Beings. You never know how much a simple share can impact someones day, world, life.

Before the Lights
Chef Josie Clemens: Globally Recognized Vegan Chef & Leads All-Star Judges on Peeled!

Before the Lights

Play Episode Play 27 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 40:27


First vegan chef to compete in Hell's Kitchen, author, culinary visionary, has worked in kitchens of Hollywood Icons and International Vegan restaurants. She is globally recognized Vegan Chef, A Macomb, MI native & is leading an All-Star panel of judges on upcoming world's first vegan culinary competition show- Peeled!What is her first memory of cooking, the attraction to it and what impact the Montessori school had on her. The ripple effect she went thru at age 19 when decided to go vegan, managing a vegan food truck, and why she quit Tesla! Did she have nerves when she moved to Phoenix without ever been there to start a company. An in-depth conversation ensues between Josie & Tommy about how foods can assist with ailments to the point that Josie interviews Tommy about his change in lifestyle due to cancer and then there is mushrooms!Her challenges of being a vegan chef on season 20 of Hell's Kitchen and if she was supported by the cast and producers.Peeled! The first vegan culinary competition show. Learn about the concept, the competition, Vkind studios, Josie leading the all-star judging panel, and how you can become part of the Red-Carpet Premiere on Sept. 24th.  A discussion takes place about the demand for plant-based cooking shows, how to get more people to try to change their unhealthy lifestyles and what the environment would be like if 50% were plant-based.Gut health is the key to mental clarity, if there are still misconceptions of veganism. Links:Follow Chef Josie on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/veganchefjosie/?hl=enPeeled!: https://www.peeledshow.comVkind App Apple: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/id1515006098Vkind App Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vkind.vkindBefore the Lights Links:Hire Tommy to Speak: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speakingBecome a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBefore the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Support the show: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/support-1Amy Canale Realtor: https://amycanale.com/Support the show

Montessori Education with Jesse McCarthy
Montessori - an Origin Story

Montessori Education with Jesse McCarthy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 13:48


One chance day over a century ago, a young doctor named Maria Montessori was sitting in a classroom when she observed a child doing something very unusual. What followed would change the world forever.. “I think my never-to-be-forgotten impression was that experienced by one who has made a discovery.” Maria Montessori

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting
Knowing When Your Child's Ready for More

Child of the Redwoods: Montessori Parenting

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 54:02


In this episode, Aubrey and David talk about how to know when your child is ready for more - more lessons! More academics! More from YOU! They also discuss ways to celebrate the start of a new (home)school year. For more Montessori and homeschooling guidance, visit us online at www.childoftheredwoods.com.

A Dad's Path
#50 - Parenting with Wonder

A Dad's Path

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 22:59


Today we interview Melinda Casey, a Waldorf teacher and parenting coach. She's a proponent of “Parenting with Wonder.” We discuss what that means and other tips and ideas from Melinda. During the conversation, we discuss: How to get out of the reward/punishment mindset What parents should do more with their children The biggest mistake Melinda sees parents of young kids make The #1 preschool classroom item to get for your home How to set family values with young kids The difference between Montessori and Waldorf educations ---------------------------------------------------------- Find more Dad Podcasts from A Dad's Path, a website for dads.