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Here, you will find regurlaly Montessori updates all over the world, spotlights on exciting Montessori schools, and interviews with Montessorians, educational experts, AMI trainers and Montessori teachers. Our editors work with the Montessori material to bring you our best educational experiences, as well as plenty of inspiration for your classroom. Thanks for joining us.

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2018 Douglas M. Gravel Award

| 13 August 2018
The American Montessori Society acknowledges those whose generosity has contributed to the sustainability and growth of the organization Read more

Life Beyond The Classroom

| 6 August 2018
With increasing academic pressure on children, it’s arguably never been more important to foster resilience and adaptability from a young age. Read more

Creating a Positive Environment for Children with ADHD

| 6 August 2018
Concerns related to misdiagnosis and a lack of true understanding have increased as the number of children who are said to suffer from Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) continues to rise, and exponentially so, all over the world. Read more

Product changes

| 6 August 2018
It is said that Montessori materials have not changed in over a hundred years, but to be honest, they have changed. Read more

A grateful visit to Nienhuis Asia

| 6 August 2018
In 2017, Henk Fokke and Daniel de Jonge (CEO and CCO of Heutink), visited the Nienhuis factory in Panadura, Sri Lanka to discuss forthcoming plans over the next few years. Fortunately they were able to combine their factory trip with a visit to two nearby disadvantaged schools to hand out little presents from the Heutink Foundation and the Edukans Shoe Box Appeal. Read more

Helping Your Child Deal with Bullying

| 6 August 2018
Statistics show that around 34% of children across the globe report being bullied at least once during the previous two months, which is worrisome considering its long-term negative effects. Read more