Curious about the third plane? Special Guest Kira Donnelly joins us Thursday to talk all things teenager. You won't want to miss this one! News You Can Use 3/26/2019
We just wrapped up the AMS conference, and to say we're energized doesn't even begin to describe our experience! It was great to see so many Montessorians coming together to learn more, share often, and dive deeper into the channels of this important work. At Nido Marketing, we're thankful to be continually welcomed into the Montessori space and work together to grow the presence of Montessori education.
Last week's call was a quick hello by Kasim and Daneen at the AMS conference. The recording can be found here! announced some big changes to Nido regarding Facebook and the membership services we offer. These changes will mostly affect our third and fourth plane members, however, there are also some exciting things happening in the first and second plane! It's a great time to be a Nido member! This is one call you're sure you'll want listen to. You can watch the recording here.
For this week's conversation we welcome Kira Donnelly to speak all things adolescent. With close to 30 years of experience in education, Kira has worked at the adolescent level in both charter schools and private schools and has helped to open adolescent programs at Great River School, The Montessori School of Tokyo, and in 2019 will embark on opening up the adolescent program at Monmouth Montessori Academy in New Jersey. She holds an AMI Elementary Diploma and a certificate of Adolescent Orientation. We're excited to hear about Kira's experience and get some tips on how to best approach opening up an adolescent community. Join us for a thoughtful call this Thursday! You can register here to make the call.
- Did you know? Nido Marketing offers free 30-minute phone consultations to help you understand the opportunities you have to improve your school's marketing efforts. If you'd like to learn more about how Nido Marketing can help you grow your school, schedule a call here.
“Our care of the child should be governed, not by the desire to make him learn things, but by the endeavor always to keep burning within him that light which is called intelligence.”
The Nido Marketing Team