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How to Align Traditional Classroom With the Montessori Approach?

Gavin McCormack


I invite you to join me for an upcoming webinar on how to use Montessori principles in mainstream classrooms. During this webinar, I will be discussing 12 practical ways that you can implement the Montessori approach to enhance critical thinking, creativity, and independence in your students. As an experienced educator, I have seen firsthand the benefits of incorporating Montessori principles into traditional classroom settings, and I am excited to share these strategies and first hand experiences of how the Montessori approach is changing lives around the world. Whether you are a seasoned teacher or a new educator, this webinar will provide you with valuable insights and practical tools to rethink education together!


Gavin McCormack

Having written a series of books for both children and adults on education, researching and representing Sir Kenny Dalglish’s Life story as a rhyming picture book, running his own publishing firm, charity and being school Principal, Gavin McCormack, nominated for Australian Principal of the year 2020, was also named as the 10th most Influential Educator in the world by Linkedin.

On a quest for educational equality, Gavin has run hundreds of miles for charity to raise money to personally build schools, libraries and teacher training centres in the Himalayan region of Nepal, all this whilst successfully running one of Australia’s best Montessori primary schools, Gavin knows what it means to work with intention.

During his engaging talks, Gavin proves that when we discover what it is, that truly makes our heart sing, and if we really want to see change in the world, we must first shift our mindset to a place where failure is all part of the journey. Ultimately, the change we wish to see in others lies within.

Gavin makes strong links between the way our classrooms run to the patterns we see emerging in today’s society. He emphasizes the importance of essential skill development and the power that these skills will have in the future of our youngest entrepreneurs and leaders of tomorrow.

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