Making It Stick - How We Make a Lasting Difference in Kids' Lives
October 21, 2016
8:30 a.m. Networking; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Program
Lower level of the River Falls Public Library, River Falls, WI
Learning is a journey, and we are children's guides. Before we set off, we must choose where we are headed. What do we want them to see, to feel? These journeys are the stuff they will use to build their souls and to wire their minds. An additional topic will be "Boys will be Boys," which will introduce proven strategies and learning environment modifications to engage boys and close the growing achievement gap between boys and girls.
Biff Maier is Director of Faculty and Curriculum Development at Lexington Montessori School in Massachusetts. For many years, he served as elementary curriculum coordinator at the Center for Montessori Teacher Education/NY and he now co-directs the Montessori Elementary Teacher Training Collaborative (METTC) in Lexington, MA. He also presents and consults for the Center for Montessori School Management. Involved with Montessori since 1974, Biff is a seminar presenter and consultant for the American Montessori Society, and, as former Chair of the AMS Teachers' Section, he served on the AMS National Board of Directors.