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Author Archives: Rachel Kincaid

CGMS Graduate Opens School in Guatemala

My name is Alison and I am the founder of Antigua Montessori School, located in Guatemala. I opened the school with my mother six years ago, after obtaining my Early Childhood training from Washington Montessori Institute. The school started with just 3 students and went growing during our first year. Subsequently, more parents started hearing […]

Fundamentos Montessori empieza el 27 de enero

Fundamentos Montessori, el curso de desarrollo profesional, completamente en español y en línea, empieza el 27 de enero de 2020.  Haga clic para leer las preguntas más comunes del curso, ver precio y ver el documento de solicitud.  Clic para descargar documento de información y manda cualquieres preguntas a RKincaid@GuidedStudies.com.      

Video Series: Montessori Materials Monday

IMC member school Rock Prairie Montessori School in Janesville, Wisconsin has a marketing feature called Montessori Materials Mondays that they share on social media and on their website. RPMS is fortunate to have faculty who are Instructional guides and graduates of the CGMS teacher training programs. The video snippets are short, 30 seconds or so and […]

IMC, 2019 conference

Early in November, the CGMS Leadership team gathered before the IMC conference in Sarasota for strategic planning, team building and support.  Many CGMS faculty, adult learners and graduates from across the US and from several countries attended the annual conference.  The conference provided a wonderful opportunity for professional development, renewal and connections!   (above) CGMS […]

Interview with Daniel Scruggs

The Montessori Post interviewed Daniel Scruggs, international music educator based in South Carolina.     It’s noted that you’ve given presentations at a program for individuals with dementia; at a juvenile detention center; to young children with special needs; at a bereavement camp for youth and several school locations.  What have you noticed about participants’ […]