New Hampshire Montessori Association Spring Workshop and Annual Meeting
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Location: Blue Heron School at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
Route 113 & Route 3
Holderness NH 03245
968-7194 x 24
Seven hours of professional development
Cost-$60, $50 for members, checks payable to NH Montessori Association
8:45 arrival and sign in
9:00-12:00 Scott Noyes presentation*
12:00-1:00 Lunch and NHMA annual meeting with officer voting
1:00-4:00 Scott Noyes*
Please bring your own lunch. Coffee, tea and snacks will be available.
Please contact Laura at email@example.com. RSVPs help for planning, but you are welcome to join at the last minute too!
*Brain Development – Part 2
Brain Rules and Applications
The presentation starts with a quick review of part 1 by asking, “What changes did you make because of the information in the first training?” Then a dozen absolute brain rules are discussed with action steps being emphasized. Participants are welcome to join even if they did not attend last year’s workshop.
Topics in the final part of the presentation include implementing the rules in five areas; behavioral guidance, raising a truly happy child, fixed-mindset praise vs. growth-mindset encouragement, sleep, and child abuse.
Scott has been professionally working, playing, writing and talking about children for thirty years. He teaches a graduate level course in “Challenging Behaviors,” and an undergraduate course in “Positive Discipline.” Scott’s first book “Positive Discipline – That Works!” is in its fourth publishing. His second book, “Intentional Language” was released in the fall of 2003. His newest reader, “This Child is Driving Us Crazy – What Should We Do?” helps adults develop an effective behavior plan for children with feisty behaviors.
Scott’s background includes being,
- a primary careprovider for abused and neglected children
- a lead teacher in a parent cooperative
- a nonprofit childcare center director
- a state sponsored Child Sexual Assault Prevention trainer
- a childcare training specialist
- an Early Childhood Master Professional, workshop trainer endorsement, in New Hampshire
- a certified instructor for Vermont Northern Lights Career Development Center
For more information–http://www.empoweringprograms.com/aboutep.htm
NHMA Annual Meeting
May 11, 2019, Blue Heron School at Squam Lakes Natural Science Center, noon
- Chris share the minutes from 2018.
- Treasurer report.
- Ask for old business.
- October workshop-we will plan to do again this fall.
- Ask for new business.
- Vote for officers in 2019.
Secretary-Christine Brown-move to treasurer? New?
Membership Coordinator-Barbara Mansfield
Newport Montessori Spring Symposium
Friday, March 15, 2019
The Newport Montessori School’s Annual Spring Symposium signups are now open! The symposium date is Friday, March 15th, 2019 and features keynote speaker, Scott Noyes. Scott teaches a graduate level course in “Challenging Behaviors” and an undergraduate course in “Positive Discipline”. Other workshop topics include: CPR, First Aid, Music in the Montessori Classroom, a roundtable for administrators and school leaders, Emergency Prepardedness for Teachers, and Library Learning in the Classroom. For full symposium workshop descriptions and presenter biographies visit: www.newportmontessori.org Cost per attendee is $125. This is a great way to get continuing education credit hours and network with amazing people!
Stonebridge Montessori School
Saturday, February 23, 2019
“Storytelling & STEAM – Engaging Activities to Match
the Language Arts”
Join us for an inspiring, fun filled and creative ways to incorporate STEAM education
and the Language Arts. Heidi has wonderful ideas that will engage our imaginations for
us to think “outside of the box”. The morning will be split up into 3 sections.
- Story hour, Heidi will bring some of her favorite books and talk about how to
engage the listeners. We may also have time for people to share their favorite books as
well and talk about why their stories work. ( Bring a FAVORITE book or two)
- STEAM stations!! Heidi will have activities that pair with various Fairy Tales
that include multiple elements of science, technology, engineering, arts and/or
- Recommendations for books, activities, websites, etc. (all encouraged to share)
Heidi Doyle has been working with children of all ages in various capacities for 25
years. She is currently a Library Media Specialist and Technology Integrationist at
Sunapee Central Elementary School. She is an avid supported of STEAM education
and has been at the forefront of Project Based Learning, Maker Spaces and
Cooperative Learning in her school and around the state. She has presented at the
Christa McAuliffe Technology Conference, the New Hampshire Art Educators
Conference, the Assistive Technology Industry Association Conference s well as area
schools. She enjoys making cross-curricular connections with students and seeing
them succeed in ways that didn’t know were possible. In addition, Heidi
has directed several plays for youth and community theaters and uses her knowledge
of theatrics to enhance her presentations!
Stonebridge Montessori School,
29 West Main Street, Hillsboro, NH 03244
Cost $20 (3 Credit hours/Certificate)
Please RSVP to Jenna Colby, Director at 603-464-0211 or email:
Baked Goods, Fruit salad & coffee/tea as refreshments!