How can we help children to become more independent in their earliest years?
Watch Sara Brady, our 0-3 (Assistants to Infancy) Course Co-Director in this free video recording of her recent online lecture to discover how to support children under three years to become more independent at this crucial stage of development, and how this lays a strong foundation for the Children’s House.
The recorded lecture will be available to watch for a limited period only – from 1st July till 8th July 2022.
- Registrants will be sent a link to the video by email on Thursday 30th June.
- The link will go live on Friday 1st July and expire on Friday 8th July at 23:59 (UK Time).
This video lecture is suitable for parents, Montessorians and anyone working with children and families or interested in the Montessori approach. Join Sara’s lecture to hear about:
- How independence develops
- How to be more realistic in expectations concerning the child’s independence
- How to help rather than hinder the child by becoming a collaborator
This is a rare opportunity to watch a leading expert on Montessori in the earliest years and a fantastic introduction to the world-renowned AMI Diploma 0-3 course which we will be running over two summers in London starting this July.
More About the Speaker
Sara is qualified as an AMI Assistants to Infancy trainer and is also an AMI examiner at this level. She conducts teacher training internationally and is currently the Director of Training in Dallas, Tokyo, Sydney and China. Sara holds AMI diplomas at both Assistants to Infancy and Children’s House levels. She has a Masters in Education from Loyola College in Maryland and is an AMI/USA consultant. Sara has worked extensively in a variety of Montessori settings: long-day care, pre-school and Montessori in the home. She has enjoyed working in Nido and Infant Communities as well as parent-infant classes. Sara lives in Sydney, Australia with her husband and three children.
Free Video Lecture: How to Support the Independence of Young Children
1st July 2022 - 8th July 2022
12:00 am - 11:55 pm Coordinated Universal Time (UTC)