Webinar: Supporting Ourselves & Our Children in Uncertain Times

  • Thursday April 2

  • 7:00PM–8:30PM

  • Online

We are in an unprecedented situation where innovation and creativity are needed as families discover new ways to work, learn and grow together. While it is important that your child's education continues, it is also essential that we maintain equilibrium and set realistic expectations for these circumstances. After being home for a few weeks, you may be craving connection and guidance from an expert Montessorian. Join us for an interactive and informative webinar with Margaret Whitley!  

Key Takeaways: 

-Remember the importance of self-care and putting on our own oxygen masks. 

-What are the developmental characteristics from birth to 12 that can help guide your parenting approach?

-How can you supplement at home and foster independence during this time? 

-Q&A

Presenter: 

Margaret Whitley is an AMI elementary trained Montessori educator and leader.  She taught all levels of elementary, established the first Montessori middle school in Canada in 1988 and is the former head of Montessori Academy of London (MA), the school she went to as a child. During her 13 years as executive director, she led the school through multiple changes, including a change in ownership/governance, a change of name and branding, new operational structure, significant renovations, purchasing and selling of property, new government licensing requirements and with her Board of Governors a smooth leadership transition leading to her retirement. 

Presently, she is a guest lecturer at the Toronto Montessori Institute and in the past was a board member and Director of Accreditation for the Canadian Council of Montessori Administrators.  She is the parent of Emma and Mark, who in their late twenties attribute much of their success to their 12-year Montessori foundation. Margaret holds an honors degree in history and MFA in creative non-fiction writing.  Margaret currently writes, speaks, and consults about many topics related to education. 


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