With all that has been going on in the world over the past few years, there seems to be a large amount of disregard for others; meanness, indifference, and disrespect happening. It is heartbreaking. What has happened to civility? common courtesy? respect and kindness? What are tamariki learning from these self-obsessed and mean spirited times? How can we magnify respect and kindness in children and adults?
In New Zealand, Te Whāriki highlights the importance of well-being through establishing strong relationships. However, living with incivility, we each pay a huge price in terms of health, quality of life, job satisfaction, relationships and much more.
In this workshop Nikki Campbell will draw on Maren Schmidt’s, Christine Porath, and other’s work to share how we; school administrators, leaders, teachers, carers and parents, create an environment where respect and kindness are taught and used.
Date: 1st April, 2023
Time: 9.00 – 12.00 pm
Location: Via Zoom at your place. The link will be sent two days prior to the workshops.
MANZ Member school $70
MANZ Individual member $95
Full registration $130
Join as a Student Member $130
Join as an Individual member $161
Nikole Campbell grew up in a Montessori home attending a Montessori school through her preschool and primary years. She received her AMI diploma from the training centre in St. Louis Missouri in 1997 and has been teaching ever since. She holds a B.A. Education and Global Communication from Webster University, St.Louis, MO, has served on both the Missouri Montessori Association’s board and the Montessori Aotearoa New Zealand Council and is presently deputy principal at New Plymouth Montessori School. Nikki is committed to helping tamariki feel their worth, achieve their fullest potential through the Montessori method; virtues curriculum and Te Whāriki. Nikki also supports parents in raising their children in such a way as to promote them to become environmentally conscious, peaceful, well educated, loving and responsible world citizens.