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The first thing that stuck out about our next guest, Jeanne-Marie Paynel is her passion for lifelong learning. In addition to raising two beautiful children, Jeanne-Marie holds a Masters in Education, is the founder and CEO of Voila Montessori and is a Positive Discipline trainer. After reading Dr. Montessori’s work “The Secret of Childhood” she discovered a passion for guiding children and families in healthy parenting approaches. She wanted parents to appreciate the true importance of their role – not as servants or teachers, but as supporters and guides of their children’s natural development. This need in the global community prompted her to launch Voila Montessori, an accessible resources to guide parents in the Montesorri tradition and the Positive Discipline approach.
What you’ll hear in this episode:
- It’s important to empower our children not enable them
- Setting up a prepared environment for your children’s learning
- The Montessori philosophy and how it helps children and families today
- Ways Positive Discipline and the Montessori method merge to provide support
- The benefits of a child’s freedom of movement and choice in their own environment
- Tools to help families nurture their child’s potential
- How to access Montessori methods and find an appropriate educational environment for your child.
What does Joyful Courage mean to you?
Joyful Courage – to me for one what comes to mind is being aware of how lucky we are – the practice of gratitude is what brings me great joy. In the context of Montessori, being in awe of what your children are going through, their evolution, their adaptation to the world. Courage is speaking up for what is, and accepting at times that we might be wrong. That we might of not interacted with our child the way that would’ve felt better and to be okay with going to your child and saying “I didn’t like the way I did that” “I’m going to better next time”- It’s courageous for adults to say to a child that “I did something wrong”. Being aware that we are not perfect and we are learning next to them.
Where to find Jeanne-Marie:
Voila Montessori - http://www.voilamontessori.com/en/
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