Karin Dom invites you to an in person training on the topic: Organizing an Open Educational Environment Under the Montessori System of Training and Education.
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Multisensory garden in Karin Dom
The Montessori team of Karin Dom Foundation accepted the challenge to further develop and create an educational space that is filled with many incentives that help gain sensory experience and support the process of sensory integration. Initially, the idea that united the team was to create a “Delicious Educational Garden” with different plants, which would be a place for learning through experience. A place where children can learn to grow organic food – fruit, vegetables, spices and herbs. A place for development of children’s imagination, that will help them be in good physical condition and health, and to become a “Natural Classroom” where children can easily learn and consolidate knowledge and skills in botany, mathematics, language and speech, biology, physics and chemistry.
Subsequently, the activity in the educational garden gained more dimensions, as additional facilities for children were installed. Thus, the delicious educational garden has become a multi-sensory garden, namely a place where children by playing, having fun and learning get a real opportunity to develop all their senses. Here they will receive all the incentives for this. In creating the multisensory garden, the team is guided by the principles and practice of classical Montessori pedagogy and draws on its experience in this field. In the Montessori system of education and upbringing, one of the main emphases is the communication of children with nature and their connection with it. According to Maria Montessori, the child must be able to encounter nature. Thus, children are able to learn to understand and appreciate nature’s order, harmony and beauty.
The training includes theoretical foundations and practical demonstrations in the garden of Karin Dom. During the training we will share good practices for sensory activities through an organized outdoor space, which becomes a place where children playing, having fun and learning, get a real opportunity to develop all their senses. We will talk about the multisensory garden of Karin Dom Foundation, its principles and practice being based on classical Montessori pedagogy.
During the training we will put an emphasis on the following elements:
Zhechka Ivanova – Montessori teacher
Svetla Todorova – Montessori teacher
The fee should be transferred by bank transfer to the following bank account:
DSK Bank AD
Account holder: Karin Dom Foundation
Description: June 17 training, name of participant (or name of organization for more participants)
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Magdalena Tsoneva – Training Center Manager
Phone: 0878 302 517, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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