NAMC's 20 Lessons from 20 Years: Seek Out People with Different Ideas and Beliefs


Have you ever worked on a project where people had differing opinions or offered different ideas of how to get things done? When everyone is given the freedom to respectfully voice their thoughts, it can be an amazingly creative process. Challenging yourself to listen to differing points of view can generate unexpected and surprisingly successful results. So encourage diverse ideas, value different beliefs, and be open to learning something new.

As part of NAMC’s anniversary celebration, I have been asked to share 20 lessons that stand out in my experience of providing Montessori teacher training programs worldwide over the past 20 years. We are happy to share the next tip in our series that we are presenting over the next few weeks. I hope you find some of these ideas helpful in your own Montessori journey!
— Dale Gausman, NAMC Program Director / Founder

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