CMS Welcomes David Kahn
Reimagining Montessori from Childhood through Adulthood: Taking a Quantum Leap
David Kahn is an internationally-recognized educator, speaker, author and advocate of Montessori education, and we are delighted that he will be joining us for a very special talk on April 1st. We invite our entire community (and beyond) to join us for this illuminating conversation on the Montessori approach and it's focus on adaptation, particularly as we deal with glaring global changes and threats to biodiversity on our planet.
Registration is required to receive the Zoom link.
When: Thursday, April 1st at 7 PM
About David Kahn:
David Kahn has served as a director for various non-profit Montessori management organizations over the last 40 years. He has 17 years of Montessori teaching experience, 12 of them as teaching principal at Ruffing Montessori School. David was founding director of the Hershey Montessori School’s Adolescent Community, an internationally acclaimed Montessori farm school model for adolescent education. He also served as founding director emeritus of Montessori High School at University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio, which has quickly emerged as another program exemplar. David developed a summer in-service institute, The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies, to guide and develop teachers who work with students ages 12-18. David holds a BA in fine arts and classics from the University of Notre Dame as well as the AMI Montessori elementary diploma from Bergamo, Italy. He has utilized his film and writing skills to create the largest global Montessori media organization that documents Montessori innovation and implementation in both the public and private sectors through video and publications. He has created two major museum exhibits that have accented the social and ecological directions of the Montessori movement. Currently, David is designing an AMI Adolescent Course in Mexico in conjunction with Guadalupe Borbolla and the Association Montessori Internationale.