Bethany Noah

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Position: Montessori Assistant Teacher

Education: Bachelor's in Geology

Bethany Noah found Freedom Montessori School three years ago when her daughter, Isabella, was to begin pre-school.  One of the things that drew her to the Montessori classroom was how Montessori recognizes each child as an individual spirit and works to assist each child to develop self confidence, independence, and a love of learning.   Dr. Maria Montessori’s idea that teaching is not merely to make the child understand or to force memorization, but to touch the imagination so much that it enthuses the child’s innermost core.  She pursues the embodiment of this idea with passion, dedication and love.  She earned a bachelor’s degree in Geology, and has taken early education classes and workshops.  She worked in a preschool in North Carolina before joining our team.

 

“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.” -Benjamin Franklin

Thanksgiving play…

For your family and friends, parking is available across the street from our school, on Main Street, and behind the.. Read more

At first I was an egg….

If you have been eating eggs, we could really use your CLEAN eggshells for practical life lessons.  It would be great.. Read more

We are thankful for families…

The children have been so excited to share their project about their families.  We have been discussing parts of a family,.. Read more

Welcome Quinn!!!

We would like to welcome you into our classroom at Freedom Montessori School, and are thrilled that you will be part of.. Read more

Guest Reader…

A wonderful lady, Miss. Colleen, came to our classroom to read a book.  She was so nice and continued to.. Read more

Thank you families!!!

This week in our Montessori classroom, we are focusing on the classroom community, building a sense of family. At home, there.. Read more

Wonder rug….

I wonder what is on the wonder rug.  I wonder who brought it in.  I wonder where it came from. .. Read more

I got it!

Our friends are naturally eager to do things for themselves.  I know it is difficult to wait for your child to.. Read more

Knobbed cylinders…

The knobbed cylinders are wooden varying in diameter and/or depth. They’re used primarily to help a child’s visual discrimination of.. Read more

Hard at work….

  These are some of our friends hard at work this morning.  Josiah is great at tonging, and manipulating play-doh… Read more

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