This is going to be a highly comprehensive and beneficial training session for you!
Make sure to watch or listen to the live training as well as read over the points I discuss in this article.
The fact that you took the time to do so is a significant step in your change!
This is the place for you if you are trying to develop yourself into a centered and structured Montessori Guide while also nurturing happy and adjusted children and creating smooth and effective Montessori days.
In the comments section, please tell me what you know about this issue, what you’ve tried that worked, and anything that didn’t work, as well as any questions you have as we get started with this training. I’ll respond to everyone individually.
Do you have any questions about where you are in your Montessori journey and how to figure out where you should go from here?
This instruction will not only open your eyes, but it will also provide you with a sense of direction in your life.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity!
As you watch or listen to this training, know that you will be able to get more information than what is included in this blog post.
I really want to encourage you to take the time to watch or listen and take notes.
This will be helpful to you now and in the future.
#1 Daily or weekly Montessori Reflections
I cannot stress how important it is to take the time to reflect and look back on a number of key things.
Some of these key things include, but not only, what worked, what didn’t work, what flowed smoothly, what I will improve, etc.
Keep reminders for yourself how important it is for children to have freedom of choice, to note how children learn individually, keeping an attractive and intellectual environment and more.
As you fill out the weekly Montessori reflections sheet week after week, you will be able to see and notice patterns of things you do that go wrong.
You can now detect those negative patterns and break them!
You can then develop a better pattern and a better plan.
In my training called “Why weekly reflections are important when doing Montessori,” you will learn more about reflections and even get a free printable to get you started!
The link is at the end of this blog post.
#2 How you feel overall about Your Montessori journey
The way you think about yourself, your performance as The Montessori Guide, your lack of knowledge, and other factors will seep into your work, and this is what the children will take in and retain.
Internal changes must take place before we can flourish and become a centered, organized Montessori Guide who can nurture happy, normalized children in your care.
What do you know about… limiting beliefs in your role as a Montessori Guide, for example? What are some of your self-imposed limitations?
Setting up a Montessori environment that is structured and orderly will allow you to be more successful in the multi-age classroom setting.
Your self-assurance will increase. Your happiness will spread like wildfire. Your Montessori days will go without a hitch.
It is covered in detail in my training, “Change your thinking as a Montessori Guide,” in which I discuss the five steps that you must take to begin your transformation.
The link to this blog post can be found at the end of this post.
#3 Take the Montessori Assessment for detailed results and a plan of action
Because I am in contact with so many Montessori Guides, who are either doing it in their homes or in Montessori schools, I am constantly hearing about their difficulties in their work.
The fact that so many people struggle with so many important issues that could be resolved if they only had a stronger foundation in The Montessori Philosophy breaks my heart every time.
They are filled with self-doubt that extends far beyond their Montessori materials, and I am well aware that just a few small steps in the right direction can make a significant difference.
After listening to everyone, I made the decision to develop an assessment that will be able to benefit everyone in a variety of ways.
There are many assessment tools out there, but I have never seen one that pinpoints where you are in terms of The Montessori Method, your Montessori classroom, the Montessori natural materials and more.
For starters, it will ask you a series of questions that will determine your placement in one of four stages or levels.
Level 1 is primarily for those who are new to Montessori, level 4 is for those who have been doing Montessori for a long time, and levels 2 and 3 are in the middle of these two categories.
When you complete this assessment, you will not only learn where you fall on the scale, but you will also receive a detailed commentary on your performance.
In other words, you will be given an evaluation that has the ability to unleash your full potential.
But I go further than that. Yes!
In addition, I have written a prescription for each of the levels that outlines the steps that must be taken in order to move forward.
Once you have completed the assessment and determined where you fall on the continuum, you will receive an email with a PDF download link for your personalized “Smooth, Successful Montessori Days Starter Kit.”
This kit will walk you through the eight pages of your diagnosis and prescription in one sitting.
I provide you with the next steps you need to take in order to continue on your Montessori journey TODAY.
You can begin as soon as you have downloaded the PDF file!
Print it out and put it into action as soon as possible!
This Montessori assessment is titled “Discover what’s getting in the way of creating smooth, successful Montessori days.”
Can you guess what I was thinking when I named it that?
The Montessori Assessment I created for you is intended to get to the root of your Montessori journey issues and to prescribe a course of action for you to follow moving forward.
Take it as soon as possible! The link is provided below!
I know that this particular training is going to pivot your journey into the right path.
You will set foot on a firmer and more confident path that will make all the difference in Your Montessori journey.
I cannot wait to watch you grow and flourish as a Montessori Guide.
HERE ARE THE RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Click the image below to take the assessment!
Resources mentioned in training
Like I said at the beginning of the show, I have a FB group for all things Montessori that you are welcome to join.
It is called The Montessori Way Prep Room.
If you want to join a homeschool Facebook community, then join The Natural Homeschool Community!
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