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Lower Elementary Montessori Rooms : 1, 2, 3, 4, 7

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  1. Lower Elementary Montessori Rooms: 1, 2, 3, 4, 7

  2. Education must no longer be merely the imparting of knowledge, but must take a new path seeking the release of human potentialities. - Maria Montessori Agenda ·What does a lower elementary Montessori class look like? ·Routines ·Literacy ·Math ·Community Building ·Technology ·Contact Information

  3. What does a Montessori lower elementary classroom looks like? · Children in the process of becoming independent and self- sufficient learners · Each child is responsible for monitor his/her learning and daily work "Freedom with Responsibility" · Multi-age environment - Lower Elementary is Grade 1,2,3 · Presentation of the Five Great Lessons in the first term · Parent education workshops (MAPSS) · Individual or small group lessons · Individualized pace of learning · Alberta Program of Studies · Cosmic Curriculum · Cross-curricular and subject integration

  4. Routines · Agendas · Home Reading Folders and work journals · Arrival and dismissal procedures · Recess and lunch - dress appropriately for the weather · Indoor shoes - running shoes please for Daily PE · Cloth place mat for snack (pack separately) and lunch time · Nut Allergies; we are a nut aware school.

  5. Literacy · Silent reading · Buddy reading · Guided reading · Spelling and Phonics program · Home reading · Literacy Backpacks · Word and grammar study · Writer’s workshop · Journaling · Cursive and print instruction

  6. Math · School Focus (goal); new curriculum ·Concrete to abstract · Sequential lessons · Repeated practice - leading to mastery · Numeracy, geometry · Hands-on manipulatives

  7. Community Building ·Buddy classes - character education · Divisional field trips · Spirit Days · School Clubs ("Roots and Shoots"); Teaming Up For Healthy Learners; Science Robotics · Assemblies - Student Lead · Parent Council Sponsored events

  8. Technology · School Focus - Assessment · Integration into curriculum · Computer lab - weekly visits · SMART board Interactive White Board · Classroom computers · Assistive Technologies · D2L (Desire 2 Learn) · Digital Portfolios; CBE D2L e-Portfolios

  9. Contact Information Judith McBrien (Room 1): jumcbrien@cbe.ab.ca Maria Szeretva (Room 2): maszeretva@cbe.ab.ca Dorie Legat (Room 3): dllegat@cbe.ab.ca Heather Lister (Room 4): hklister@cbe.ab.ca Odetta Nietz (Room 4): oeneitz@cbe.ab.ca Jennifer Burmester ( Room 7): jaburmester@cbe.ab.ca

  10. Reminders to Parents: • All School Forms Due in the office on September 16th • School Council this Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the staffroom • Welcome Back Breakfast this Thursday at 8:00 a.m. • Peace Garden Celebration on September 21st! (more info to come)