Contact: 4400 Hazelbridge Way Unit 540
Richmond, B.C. Canada V6X 3R8
Telephone:(604) 270-7426
Fax:(604) 270-7476

Workshops

Classroom Leadership

Date: May 13th & 27th 2017 9:00AM – 6:00PM

Location: 4400 Hazelbridge Way, Unit 540, Richmond

Presenter: Ms Margie Lal

Description:

Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths pure theatre.

This two day workshop allows you to familiarize the Montessori area of classroom leadership to include preparation of the environment, role of the teacher, scheduling and curriculum planning, lesson strategies, evaluation of children, peace education, techniques of discipline, communication and problem solving.

This workshop allows you to reflect and prepare to have a better understanding of each individual children and to maximize their potential growth in their development.

Session 1 (May 13th): How to lead to know yourself, the children, families and more!

  • Discuss uniqueness of individual family and cultural practices to support the development of individual children
  • Introduce classroom leadership approaches, skills and professional standards

Session 2 (May 27th): Montessori Philosophy and Principles

  • Discuss the rationale and sequence of the Montessori curriculum
  • Principles of Montessori environmental and material design
  • Peace education

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested!

As we are passionate in wanting to invite ECE educators to learn more about the different fields of early childhood education, we are now offering a special price of $60 for all for each workshop!

We do encourage you to come join us and not to miss this opportunity!

Presenter biography:

Ms Margie received her ECE training at Northern Lights College, Montessori training from St Nicholas, Montessori diploma and Montessori elementary level from Western Montessori Teacher’s College. She has more than 20 years of working in the field of Early Childhood education and she is currently the owner of a children’s entre in Port Coquitlam. Ms Margie has taught at Capital College for over 20 years in the Montessori training program and has influenced and contributed a lot in the early childhood education field.