Category: Montessori in the Media

WHEATON MONTESSORI SCHOOL NEWS

The Beauty of a Mixed Age Classroom

We are constantly looking for ways to share why we love our classrooms and the Montessori method.  Many times, […]

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Gaining Confidence Through Practice

Sewing Work: Gaining Confidence Through Practice In an August 2018 interview, Jesse McCarthy, author of the upcoming book […]

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Seven Ways to Improve a Middle School Experience: WMS Responds

Ms. Lingo recently shared the article, “Seven Ways Parents and Educators Can Improve Kids’ Middle School Experience” by […]

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Montessori: Not Just for Children

Montessori is a method of education that was created with children’s development in mind.  Educators honor each individual […]

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Montessori Principles in the Workplace?

Very often, we hear parents discuss how much they love Montessori principles – for their young children.  We […]

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Preventing Math Anxiety

Researchers from the University of Cambridge recently released a report following their study of math anxiety in primary […]

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A Peek Inside a Montessori Classroom

“Inside Montessori” is releasing a full-length documentary later this year, which will spotlight several Montessori schools across the […]

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What School Could Be, Should Be, and Almost Never Is.

We shared this TedTalk video last week on our Facebook page.  It’s so worth watching that we’re sharing […]

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TedTalk: Challenge What We Take for Granted

Sir Ken Robinson: “We must think anew and act anew.”   In a follow-up to his 2006 TedTalk, […]

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At What Point Do You “Burst the Montessori Bubble?”

Many parents that tour our school are surprised that we have such a strong Elementary program.  In many […]

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Bi-Lingual Story Time at Carol Stream Public Library

Mrs. Carrillo’s Bi-Lingual Story Time at Carol Stream Public Library Over the weekend, Mrs. Carrillo was joined by […]

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December Reflection: Mrs. Rogers Published

A December Reflection: Mrs. Rogers’ thoughts for the dark days of December Our own Mrs. Rogers, a primary […]

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Question: What do Julia Child, Dakota Fanning, Yo Yo Ma, and “The Sims” have in common?

Answer:  A Montessori Education   The Montessori educational philosophy is one that brings out the curiosity, interest, drive, […]

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Let Mistakes Happen and the Triumphs Will Follow.

Mistakes Happen. Let them happen. Mrs. Fortun passed on this short anecdote from her morning and we thought […]

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Student Orientations are Underway!

New students – and students starting new programs – have begun attending orientations. We can’t wait to get […]

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