Coaching & Courses
Sometimes you just need a little inspiration and collaboration to make a change for the better. I am currently offering group coaching on the topics of child development, Montessori, and homeschooling.
I find that students receive the most benefit when attending some of the lectures and discussions LIVE in real time, just like an in-person classroom. However, not everyone is able to make a live schedule work; my courses all provide the best of both worlds. The video replays are available instantly after I log off if you prefer to watch and comment at your own convenience. I will still be there, replying back to you when you have questions no matter when you watch. What I look for in all of these sessions is opportunities for you to dig in as deeply as you like into the content of the course, applying the information presented in a hands-on, practical way in your real life with your children.
Course schedule for 2018:
- May 21 - Pots & Pansies
- June - Cultivating Spaces for Children
- August - Homeschool of the Redwoods
- September - Pots & Pansies
- October - Cultivating Spaces for Children
- December - 14 Days to Montessori Play
Learn how to create a Montessori environment in your own home for your baby, toddler, or young preschooler's independence. We'll talk about how to make our homes beautiful and accessible for our children in each of the four main areas: Play, Eat, Sleep, and Bathe. Personal feedback is also offered for a limited number of participants (first come, first serve). This course is co-taught with my good friend Nicole Kavanaugh. For ages 0-5.
The summer session begins in June 2018.
The fall session is planned for October 2018.
Want to know more about how to use Montessori curriculum and understand the philosophy in your own home with your child? Let's demystify it together! This course is for anyone who is interested in learning about how to educate their children at home with a Montessori mindset. This comprehensive course is designed to give you the confidence and knowlege base you need to be successful for the next THREE YEARS. We'll be covering all of the major curriculum areas: Sensorial, Music, Practical Life, Art, Language, Math, Geography, and Science. For ages 2.5-6
The fall session begins in August 2018.
Babies and toddlers love to play. How do you know what toys or activities are developmentally on target? We'll provide suggestions for toys for each age between 0 & 3 based on the skills children are learning. We'll also spend time evaluating toys based on Montessori principles and troubleshoot common issues for parents of young children, like how to communicate your toy preferences to your relatives. This course is co-taught with my good friend Nicole Kavanaugh. For ages 0-3.
The winter session is planned for December 2018.
Do you have a budding chef in your kitchen? If not, would you like to help your child become one? In this course, we talk about the reality of cooking with your child in the kitchen, helping your little one to become independent in preparing snacks and meals and serving them to others. We will also show you how to break down a recipe into five different levels of independence so that your child can learn the skills needed to become fully competent and confident in the kitchen. This course is co-taught with my good friend Nicole Kavanaugh.For ages 2-6.
The next session is TBA soon.
Come explore nature and botany with us! We'll talk about everything from creating outdoor spaces focused on independent exploration to activities and experiments you can do with your young child as you learn about the great outdoors. Note that the activities and discussions in this course will be applicable for ANY time of year, not just "planting season". This course is co-taught with my good friend Nicole Kavanaugh. For ages 0-5.
The spring session begins on May 21, 2018.
The fall session is planned for September.
Learn more and sign up for the waitlist here.