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Momentum in Montessori Podcast Series 2


Hosted by Dr. Catherine McTamaney, award-winning educator, Montessorian, author and Associate Professor of the Practice of Education at Peabody College, Vanderbilt University. Dr. Catherine McTamaney welcomes different guests on each episode to explore different topics of interest for the Montessori community today. 


Episode 1: Teachers, teacher education and building up the profession
with Professor Dame Alison Peacock, DBE, DL, DLitt


Episode 2: Progressive education, motivation and assessment 
with Alfie Kohn, lecturer and author of ‘The Schools Our Children Deserve’
Episode 3: Possibilities for storytelling and social and emotional connection
with Deepak Ramola, Wisdom Historian, Educator and Founder of Project FUEL
Episode 4: Learning loss and rethinking how and why we teach
with Dr. Barbara Stengel, Professor Emerita – Department of Teaching and Learning at Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College
Episode 5: Play, and children’s development 
with Dr. Kate Cowan, UCL Institute of Education
Epsiode 6: Montessori education in Zimbabwe
with Tsitsi and Daniel Mutendi, Mutendi, Montessori Co-Founders and Directors
Episode 7: Research in early childhood education 
with Dr. Verity Campbell-Barr, Associate Professor in Early Childhood Studies and the Associate Head of Research at Plymouth Institute of Education

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Published On: June 20th, 2022Categories: Teaser PostTags: , ,
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