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7 Types of Rest: The Key to Becoming the Prepared Adult
February 7 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmET
Have you ever had a full night’s sleep and woke up still feeling exhausted? Do you lie in bed at night unable to shut off your mind? Do you find yourself feeling overwhelmed by sounds and lights? If so, you might be experiencing a rest deficit! So often we confuse rest with sleep, leaving us feeling incomplete even when we are “fully rested.” Discover the 7 different types of rest necessary for each of us to reach our fullest potential and learn how they can be used to help each of us become the Prepared Adult Dr. Montessori so often described.
General registration, $45. Register HERE.
CGMS Alumni and Faculty, $35. Register HERE.
About Heather White
Heather White, Ed.S., M.Ed., NCSP, is a Montessori educational consultant and content creator. She guides classroom educators, administrators, parents, and caregivers to better understand the Montessori Method in an effort to continue utilizing its wonder in their work with children.
Heather is a blog writer for many Montessori organizations including the American Montessori Society (AMS) and Guide & Grow, a Senior Educational Consultant for the Andrews Educational Institute, and a Montessori educator for adult learners through the Center for Guided Montessori Studies (CGMS). She volunteers as an administrator for the Montessori at Home (0-3 Years) Facebook group and as the Early Childhood Chair for the Florida Association of School Psychologists.
Formerly, she was a Montessori guide (Early Childhood 3-6 and Elementary I 6-9) and assistant (Elementary II 9-12), Lower Elementary Coordinator, and Associate Head of School for Lake Mary Montessori Academy for more than 12 years. She also has worked as a Montessori nanny and in-home educator for toddlers and has experience as a School Psychologist intern.
Heather presents regular workshops on a variety of topics related to Montessori for LeadKid Academy and Guide & Grow and has been featured as a speaker at national and international online conferences including the US Nanny Association Conference and the Childhood Potential Montessori Conference.
Heather is AMS credentialed (Early Childhood, Elementary I), holds her National Certification of School Psychology (NCSP), and has also obtained a Masters in Education with a Concentration in Montessori Studies in addition to her School Psychology degree. Heather looks forward to putting her years o