In addition to the new Montrose podcast and LCI blog, LCI hosts professional development and events for parents inside and outside the Montrose community including the LifeCompass Speaker Series at Montrose School, monthly “Coffee and Conversations” to address current parenting challengings, and “Habits of Mind” parenting workshops.
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LCI supports Montrose teachers by providing in-house professional development -- including a two-day intellectual retreat each March. Montrose faculty and administrators support LCI’s outreach efforts by presenting at conferences, exploring new initiatives, and sharing their expertise with visitors who come to Montrose to learn from us. LCI also works in partnership with Boston University’s Center for Character and Social Responsibility and the Jubilee Centre for Character and Virtue to provide training and curriculum resources to public and private school educators.
The following talks and workshops have been delivered at schools, community groups and universities in Boston, New York, Denver, LA, London, Oxford, Pamplona, Rome, Vienna, Tokyo and beyond.
The Power of StoryTelling
Vision & Virtue: Educating Minds & Hearts
Navigating Stress Tests: Practical Wisdom for Parents & Educators
Teaching Habits of Mind that Help Children Thrive
What Girls Need to Lead
The Odyssey of Adolescence
Aristotle for the Modern Educator: Virtue & Practical Wisdom
Why Poetry Matters: Virtue, Vice & Verse
The Schooling of Desire: Literature & the Moral Imagination
Deborah Farmer Kris on Habits of Mind What are the Habits of Mind that can help us learn a new skill, build a new habit, or stop procrastinating? Deborah Farmer Kris, Montrose Teacher and LifeCompass Associate Director, sheds light on these topics and more in this episode of Montrose Podcast.
Karen Bohlin on What Girls Need to Lead Head of Montrose School Dr. Karen Bohlin talks with parents from Montrose and the wider community about how they can help give young women the habits of mind, heart and character that they need to lead. From the importance of making mistakes, and how to overcome them, to the benefit of making one small change, Dr. Bohlin covers the pitfalls and opportunities that lay wait in any given day of parenting. Most of all, she encourages parents and educators to “teach like coaches” in calling girls to greatness.
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