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(FREE) Montessori Colloquium: How Montessori Pedagogy Promotes a Child’s Connection to the Natural World

July 16 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm


Join Sarasota University and Heather White on July 16th at 7 p.m. ET for an insightful webinar on Back to Nature: How Montessori Pedagogy Promotes a Child’s Connection to the Natural World!

Join us for an exhilarating webinar on July 16th 7PM ET that covers how Montessori pedagogy fosters a child’s deep connection to the natural world! We’ll uncover the incredible benefits of outdoor learning and how a bond with nature nurtures young minds. Dive into the ways Montessori schools create these connections through dynamic outdoor classrooms, enchanting natural playspaces, inspiring “going out” experiences, and seamless integration of natural elements brought into indoor classroom environments. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the magic of nature in Montessori education!
Please register in advance for this meeting, and feel free to share the registration link with your friends and colleagues:


After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

About Heather White

Heather White has worked in the world of Montessori for more than fifteen years. She began her
career as a Montessori early childhood guide and continued her path to work in the elementary I
and elementary II classrooms, and later as an Associate Head of School. Heather now works in
several capacities with adult learners working to receive their Montessori certification from The
Center for Guided Montessori Studies and creates digital content for several Montessori
organizations including the American Montessori Society, MirusToys and Guide & Grow.
Heather holds an Ed.S. degree in School Psychology from the University of Central Florida, an
M.Ed. with a concentration in Montessori Studies from Plymouth State University, and she’s a
Nationally Certified School Psychologist. Heather is AMS credentialed at the 3-6 and 6-9 age
groups and also has experience with children ages 0-3 and 9-12.

Heather lives with her husband, Noah, and her dog, Ellie, in quaint and quiet Eustis, Florida. In
her spare time, she enjoys reading, shopping, and playing escape games and going to Disney
with her husband. She also volunteers as an administrator for the largest Montessori at Home 0-
3 Facebook group and is the treasurer of Florida Montessori Partnerships.


July 16
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm