Thursday, 13 August 2015
Gail Cresswell shared her experiences working in a very remote aboriginal community in North West Australia. She set out the issues the community faced and elaborated on her work with the children.
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Monday, 3 August 2015
During the first session of the Fourth EsF Assembly, the structure for the two weeks was set out by Lynne Lawrence, along with guidelines for the participation in the Assembly.
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Tuesday, 4 August 2015
Lynne Lawrence shared a presentation on the Human Tendencies, natural instincts that guide the development of human beings.
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Wednesday, 5 August 2015
Eve Annecke shared the story of the Sustainability Institute (SI), founded in 1999 in cooperation with the Stellenbosch University. SI is the first mixed-income ecological village in South Africa and it also has an onsite Montessori Children's House.
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Thursday, 6 August 2015
Mary Caroline Parker shared the story of Lumin Bachman Lake Community School,offering parent education and home visiting for children of Latino immigrants. Involving parents in the education of their children is a crucial part of the approach.
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Friday, 7 August 2015
This documents contains notes from the presentation from Jim Ackers. Jim Ackers, Regional Education Advisor UNICEF East Asia and Pacific, discussed global partnerships and alliances in the field of Early Childhood Development. He elaborated on the work currently being done in the region and identified possible collaborations with the Montessori community.
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Friday, 7 August 2015
Notes from the debrief session at the end of the day, where Lynne Lawrence wrapped up the day after a visit to a school and temple in the Khon Kaen region. Some recommendations for readings were shared and the schedule for the next day was set out.
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