Tatenda Blessing Muchiriri
May 2024

Embracing Diversity: Mobile Classroom and Global Traditions

Tatenda Blessing Muchiriri
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Watch a recording of our LiveTalk with Sylvia Arotin in an enlightening live Q&A featuring Tatenda Muchiriri, the innovative founder of Montessori on Wheels. Discover how his global experiences have influenced his dedication to bringing Montessori education to diverse communities around the world. Tatenda shares his inspiring journey from Zimbabwe to China, Kenya, and Colorado, emphasizing the importance of integrating culture and diversity into children’s learning environments.

This discussion covers crucial topics such as the benefits of culturally responsive education, addressing conflicts and stereotypes, and the challenges parents and educators face in fostering respectful and inclusive environments. Learn how Montessori on Wheels is transforming education by making it accessible and relevant to every community, and find practical advice on raising globally aware and compassionate future generations.

The full recording is available in the Childhood Potential Club for its members here.


May 30, 2024


7pm EDT (30th May) / 1am CET (31st May) / 9am AEST (31st May)


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Tatenda Blessing Muchiriri

Tatenda Muchiriri’s journey is a testament to his passion for Montessori education and cultural diversity. Born in Zimbabwe, Tatenda discovered his love for Montessori when he moved to China, where he worked with children for seven years before relocating to Boulder, Colorado in 2015. His journey continued with notable work in Kenya and Zimbabwe, where he spearheaded initiatives to bring Montessori to local communities. As the founder of Montessori on Wheels, he brings the Montessori education to diverse communities, ensuring that all children have the opportunity to benefit from this transformative approach. Tatenda holds both an AMS Infant and Toddler credential and Early Childhood credential and in 2024 was awarded the Montessori Innovator Award.

Sylvia Arotin

Sylvia Arotin has had over 12 years experience in Montessori teaching and is the founder and director of My Montessori (0-6 yrs) school in Sydney, Australia. She also sits on the Board of Directors for MSCA (Montessori Schools and Centres Australia). Her passion for children’s learning and development, as well as supporting and educating adults, has been fundamental in founding the Guide & Grow brand. She holds an International Montessori 0-3yrs training, 3-6 AMI Assistants training, an International Communications degree and a Masters in Teaching specializing in early childhood (0-5 yrs) (Honours) from Macquarie University.

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