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Workshops & Seminars

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​〜松本静子先生の全て〜

日本国内で初めてAMI(国際モンテッソーリ協会)公認のモンテッソーリ教師養成所「東京国際モンテッソーリ教師トレーニングセンター」を開設した、現センター名誉長である、松本静子先生。今年で御年99歳を迎える静子先生のこれまでの軌跡を、長年身近で支え続けてくださっている野村緑先生と共に振り返ります。


​おかげさまで対面でのお申し込みは満席となりました。対面参加のキャンセル待ち及び当日のオンライン参加(または録画視聴)のお申し込みを受付中です。当日は静子先生もご参加予定です。

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AMI (International Montessori Association) International Examiner's long-awaited lecture in Japan
Please wait for a while until the application starts.Sai.
Sunday, March 10, 2024 13:00-15:00
Molly O'Shaughnasy
"A well-organized environment"~How to create an environment where children can demonstrate their executive functions~

Molly O'Shaughnasy
"A well-organized environment"~How to create an environment where children can demonstrate their executive functions~​

“A teacher's first responsibility is to observe the environment and continue to create that environment.If the environment isn't right, you won't get any physical, intellectual, or mental benefits or results."maria montessori

Developmental Psychology ◆ Creating an environment that supports the development of executive functions

Executive function is the ability to think, plan, and act independently toward goals, and to be able to control emotions, which are necessary throughout life. that support the development of executive functions.The theme of this lecture is how to create an environment.

Molly O'Shaughnasy

Former director of the International Montessori Association (AMI), AMI3-6 trainer, and consultant.

Minnesota Montessori·trainingCenter (MCM) representative and course director.In addition to the United States, he has given lectures and workshops in Canada, Australia, Mexico, China, and Europe. He is also involved in supporting the establishment of Montessori schools in impoverished areas and consulting for Montessori projects both domestically and internationally.

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50th anniversary event to be held!

Our center will welcome its 50th daytime student and 43rd night student in 2024, and to commemorate this major milestone, we will be holding a special two-day event on July 20th (Saturday) and July 21st (Sunday). .
In addition to the celebration, we also hosted trainer Miura from our center, Judy Orion, and other trainers from Japan and abroad.
This is your chance to hear directly the special lecture we have invited.

In addition to center graduates, we are also accepting applications from childcare workers and the general public who are interested in Montessori education and want to learn about its relationship with children.

 

Application form

Applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis, so please apply early.

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