Hey there! A huge thank you for dropping by this page—it means the world to us! We're thrilled to have you on board as we share the wonders of Montessori education with the world. Your contribution is a game-changer, and together, we're creating a better environment for our kids to flourish.

Our Online Montessori Conference is global, with speakers and experts from all corners of the world. And the best part? Anyone can attend for free!

We're passionate about supporting parents and teachers on their Montessori journey. That's why we launched our Conference in 2020 and our Childhood Potential Club in 2023.

Our aim is to create a nurturing space where knowledge, experiences, and insights can be shared freely, empowering every child to reach their full potential. By involving a community of passionate ambassadors, we're able to extend our reach, impact more lives, and build a stronger, more connected global Montessori community.

On this page, discover all the info and resources you need to share with your community. In the folders below, you'll find our brand assets, graphic templates, email copies, and social media materials.

Now, you're a part of our Childhood Potential family.
Let's inspire the world together!


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# How it Works: Let's Break it Down...

Basic info:

The 7th edition of Conference runs from January 29
to February 2
, with additional pre-conference live sessions.

Anyone can sign up for free access (videos available for 24 hours) or grab a premium pass for a year of conference access and bonus materials.

After a successful registration, free attendees will get an email with link to videos every day at 9am CET. The paid attendees will get access to our Premium Pass member section on the website. Everyone will have access to Facebook group created especially for this event.


We kick things off on January 22 at 6 pm CET with a live session, followed by a pre-conference warm-up week.

The official start is on January 29. The conference goes on until February 2, and we'll keep you in the loop with daily emails.

# Important Dates for you:


On all platforms
with your affilate link
*so we can track your commission

JAN 22

First live session
Pre-conference party week.. 🙂

JAN 27

Last day to sign up for
Affiliate programm
to Childhood Potential Club

JAN 29

Official start
of the conference week

JAN 30

Premium Pass
Early bird Offer Deadline

FEB 02

End of conference

FEB 02

Last day to buy Premium Pass

FEB 02

Childhood Potential Club
Enrollement Opens

And other important information for you... 


Make sure to use your affilate link when sharing promo with your audience.
For every Conference purchase made by attendees who join thanks to you, we will pay you 30%!

If you decide to join us in the Childhood potential Club promotion, we will give you $50 for each member who decides to stay after the trial period. 

If you haven't received your special unique affilate link or if you're not sure,
please don't hesitate to get in touch.

# Giveaway

Spark engagement, be creative, and go wild! Engage your audience with a fantastic opportunity – host a giveaway for a chance to win a Premium Pass to our conference and membership to our club!
This is a brilliant way to spark excitement and participation among your followers.
Not only does it offer them a chance to access a treasure trove of Montessori wisdom, but it also makes the whole experience interactive and enjoyable.

Wanna offer giveaway to your audience? 
Contact us for more information!

# Resources:

Now that you have all you need
for promoting the conference,
click the following link to
access the graphics and copy.

In the shared folders, you'll discover tutorials on how to effectively work with our materials. We've designed these tutorials to be as user-friendly as possible, aiming to make the content creation process smooth for you. We hope you find them helpful in crafting engaging content for your audience.

You're ready to spread the word with the world!


For your audience (different templates for each)


Invitation, program, posts, hastags


Introduction, Reels, Stories, newsletter


Speakers invitation videos

#Sharing Tips

Please use the following tags when promoting on social media.
This will help us to track the promotion. Thank you!




..when sharing on social media

10 things to do:

1. Be Relatable
Always keep your audience in mind and speak to them.

2. Integrate conference seamlessly into your strategy
Go beyond just offering tickets; engage your audience by delving into related topics and creating meaningful content.

3. Update your Linktree and other platforms or bios
Maximize your impact by strategically placing your affiliate link wherever you have traffic.

4. Host Giveaways or Contests
Encourage participation and include your affiliate link for bonus entries.


5. Include Personal Testimonials
Have you attended the conference already? Share your personal experiences using your affiliate link for authenticity.

6. Optimize Posting Times
Schedule posts with your affiliate link during peak hours for heightened visibility.

7. Engage in Conversations
Don’t miss any opportunity to start discussions – in comments, messages, anywhere. It will boost your algorithm.

8. Utilize Live Videos
Platforms often prioritize live content. Consider doing a live Q&A session about the conference, sharing your thoughts, and incorporating your affiliate link organically.

9. Optimize provided graphic and copy
Don't just copy and paste. Personalize it with emojis, GIFs, or whatever resonates with your audience on your end.

10. Consider teaming up with other influencers
Identify those willing to share your affiliate link with their audience to boost your reach.

10 things to avoid:

1. Ignore Platform Differences
Ensure you use the right format; we've provided different graphics for IG, FB, and email.

2. Overuse hashtags
Choose quality over quantity. We provide brand-related hashtags; please use them.

3. Neglect Consistency
Stick to a posting schedule, making sure your affiliate link is consistently visible.

4. Ignore Engagement
Actively engage with your audience, and use your affiliate link in responses for a seamless connection.

5. Skip Storytelling
Share personal experiences, try to relate to your audience and using your affiliate link to create a stronger emotional connection.

6. Miss a Call to Action (CTA)
Always include a CTA guiding followers to use your affiliate link. Remind them in your comments as well.

7. Don't share link in comment section
When posting, share your affiliate link in the comment section. In the post, add 'Check the comment section below. This will help your algorithm.

8. Ignore your audience
When you receive questions, respond in stories for everyone.

9. Be boring
We offer a variety of content and graphics to choose from, so avoid repeating the same graphic consistently.

10. Forget to add your affiliate link.
Surely, you understand the importance of this. 🙂

# Questions?

Are you experiencing issues with Google Drive access or do you have any questions?
Need assistance? We're here to help! Reach out, and we'll get things sorted for you.

We can also prepare graphic desings according to your ideas.
Just let us know what you need!

Text us on Instagram or via email

Need inspiration?

We got you covered!

# Inspiration

We've put together a few points to help you warm up your audience for the conference!
We hope it will be helpful and make it easier for you to share.

What you can promise to your audience?

  • Ignite a Deeper Connection:
    Gain profound insights into your child's emotional and intellectual needs, understanding the root causes behind their behaviors. Equip yourself with the knowledge to respond more effectively and compassionately.
  • Foster a Love for Learning:
    Cultivate your child's natural love for learning by crafting an engaging environment that stimulates curiosity. Explore methods that aid cognitive development through wonder and discovery.
  • Navigate Developmental Milestones:
    Uncover key developmental milestones and master the art of nurturing your child's growth. Provide them with the right tools and support at every crucial stage of their early years.
  • Confidently Guide Behavior:
    Confidently guide behavior and set nurturing boundaries, creating a positive and respectful space that enhances both discipline and emotional intelligence in children.
  • Skillful Classroom Management:
    Acquire skills to effectively manage diverse classroom needs, from understanding individual learning styles to navigating group dynamics, tailoring your approach to suit each child's pace and requirements.
  • Unify Approaches for Growth:
    Bridge differing viewpoints among family or school teams, fostering a unified approach to your child’s growth. Ensure that every adult involved contributes positively to their development.
  • Rediscover Excitement in Parenting or Educating:
    Rediscover the excitement in your role as a parent or educator. Learn to manage your own emotions effectively, creating a more peaceful and fulfilling personal and professional life that enhances your well-being and ability to support the children in your care.


Get inspired from our past conferences! 



Do you need more promotion recourses?

Visit our social media pages for tons of inspiration !

Once again, thank you for being part of your Childhood Potential family!

# Detailed Program

For those who want to know more, here you have all the details, day by day, together!

Pre-conference warm up week

LiveTalk Sessions 

Let's warm up a bit and enjoy some time together even during the week before the conference! 
These pre-party sessions are designed as presentations with Q&A sessions, to answer your most burning questions and cut the waiting for our conference week!

Live Lecture + Q&A
22 January
6.00pm CET/9am PST

Tim Seldin

How to Raise an Amazing Child: Navigating Montessori at Home

Live Lecture + Q&A
23 January

Sylvia Arotin

Exploring the Foundations of Montessori

Live Lecture + Q&A
25 January
6.00pm CET/9am PST

Simone Davies

The Art of Observation: Selecting the Perfect Activities for Your Child

Let's create something special together!

Conference official program

Monday 29 January, 2024

Montessori Foundations

Dive into the rich world of Montessori theory, philosophy, and principles, and unravel the intricacies of early childhood development. This day is tailored for those eager to understand the scientific underpinnings of Montessori education. Whether you're a new enthusiast or a seasoned practitioner, this day will deepen your appreciation and understanding of the Montessori method.

Live Lecture + Q&A 6.00pm CET/9am PST

Mariana Bissonnette

Montessori vs. Conventional Education: How Montessori's Non-Punitive Method Works & Why We Love It

Maren Schmidt

Building Brains the Montessori Way

Sarah R. Moore

How children learn best

Lynda Apostol

The Human Tendencies: a framework for Montessori Assessment

Pamela Shanks

Grace and Courtesy: The Key to Normalized Behavior

Yogi Patel

Nurturing Harmony: The Power of Montessori, Adlerian, and Positive Discipline in Routines and Order

Haley Turner

Montessori’s 10 Commandments

Anya Garcia

Unveiling the Magic of the Absorbent Mind & seizing golden age opportunities from birth till age 6

 Jorge Beira

Humans & The Science behind Montessori

Mary Ellen Maunz

The Universality of Montessori

Pamela Green

Is There a Difference Between Guidance and Teaching, and How Might We Know?

Tuesday 30 January, 2024

Prepared Environment & Activities

Discover how to create nurturing, stimulating environments both in the classroom and at home, and learn about a variety of activities that align with Montessori principles. This session will guide you through curriculum topics and practical ways to extend learning outside the traditional classroom setting. It's an invaluable resource for parents and educators striving to provide a holistic, enriching learning experience for young children, blending theory with practical, real-world application.

Live Lecture + Q&A 5pm CET

Val Alino

Unlearn to learn: 
The pathway to conscious teaching! 

Paul Epstein

Work needs play

Susan Tracy McDaniel

Age-appropriate Responsibilities - Allowing your child to contribute to home and family life

 Spencer Russell

How parents can support their child’s reading at home while making it fun

Zil Jaeger

 Foundational Literacy Practices for the 3-6 Classroom

Emese Szanyi

Use your home environment to prevent and deal with tantrums

Heather Pratt White

The Power of Storytelling

Kiran Paek

Meeting the needs of neurodivergent children with a strategic individualized lesson plan

Katherine Sullivan

Cribs and Floor Beds: Looking at Early Sleep Environments through a Montessori Lens

Madhuri Prasad

Routine around mealtime

Miriam Magre Loren

The Magic of Reading in a Montessori Setting

Aleta Ledendecker

Using Puppets to Enhance Grace and Courtesy

Wednesday 31 January, 2024

The Prepared Adult

Understand the critical role of adults in the Montessori setting. Engage in introspective discussions about personal growth, continuous education, and self-care. Discover strategies for self-reflection and well-being that not only enhance your effectiveness as an educator or parent but also enrich your personal journey. This day is a reminder that the journey of teaching is also a journey of self-discovery and personal development.

Live Lecture + Q&A 5pm CET

Laurent Lavollay-Porter

A 360-Degree Approach to Working With and Raising Young Children

Amy Williams

Help! My Students Are Losing it (and So Am I)! How We Get in Our Own Way

Julia Volkman

Stress, Resilience, and Learning

Luz Casquejo Johnson

Transformation of the Parent: Montessori Ideals at Home

Paula Zhou

The prepared adult: A different kind of observation

Cristina Sanz Ferrero M.A.

Cristina Sanz Ferrero

Knowing yourself and what you need to meet the child’s real needs with Adlerian self-knowledge

Eder Cuevas Iturralde

The adult that the adolescent needs

Gabriela Trejo

The development process that parents experience in a Montessori school

Charlotte Awdry

Embodied Parenting - Understanding of self

Laura Froyen

Preparing the Adult through Inner Child Work

Katelynn Chittenden Johnson

10 Steps to effective parent education - a guide for teachers and administrators of parent-child programs  and schools

Thursday 1 February, 2024

Communication and Discipline

This day emphasizes the importance of social-emotional development, offering fresh perspectives on positive discipline and strategies to strengthen the child-adult connection. Delve into practical approaches for addressing challenging behaviors, and learn how to foster an environment of mutual respect and understanding. This day is crucial for anyone looking to enhance their communication skills and develop a more harmonious and effective relationship with children.

Live Lecture + Q&A 8pm CET

Jeanne-Marie Paynel

Family Meetings Made Simple: Building Peaceful Homes Together

Chip DeLorenzo

Reclaiming Self-Regulation in the Montessori Classroom

Dona Matthews

How to Build a Relationship with Your Child to Weather Any Storm 

Flora McCormick

5 Ways to Avoid Power Struggles with strong-willed children.

Shamiemah Jassiem

Rewards & Punishments: Why there is no place for it in a Montessori Classroom

Michelle Tovar

Less Yelling, More Connecting - 5 Shifts to Transform your Parenting

Letty Rising

Language of Reverence: Exploring the Power of Language 

Séverine Schlayen

Why and how cultivating autonomy and independence upholds a child's dignity

Amorette French

Montessori and Autism: Answering Your Questions

Elizabeth Slade

Language of Reverence: Exploring the Power of Language 

Shruti Kumar

Compassionate Discipline

Gabrielle Kotkov

Frequently Asked Questions About Multilingualism

Sinem Degerli

Positive discipline in a Montessori Classroom

Iñaki Llamas

Focus on What's Strong & Not What's Wrong

Kit Malvar Llamas

Focus on What's Strong & Not What's Wrong

Friday 2 February, 2024

Empowering Communities and Looking Forward

Explore the dynamics of team collaboration in classrooms and schools, and discover innovative strategies for effective parent-teacher partnerships. This day also casts an eye to the future, discussing innovations and future trajectories in Montessori education. It's a day of inspiration and forward-thinking, perfect for those committed to shaping a better, more connected educational world for our children.

Live Q&A Session:
8pm CET

Charlotte Snyder

Ask me anything:
Live Q&A Session with your questions! 

Gavin McCormack

Trust in Education: Empowering the Next Generation of Entrepreneurs Through Montessori Principles

Dr. Joyce Pickering 

Never Too Soon: Early Identification of Learning Differences

Ashley Causey-Golden

Beyond the Shelf: Creating Peace Education for the Whole Child

Barbara Murphy

The Joy of Montessori: Exploring Happiness through Meaningful Connections

Amy Cushner

Never Too Soon: Early Identification of Learning Differences

Rodrigo Núñez

Understanding dementia under Montessori’s approach

Alejandra Rosas

Fostering your child’s cognitive development 

Kayla Tychsen

Montessori for the Marginalized

Katie Brown

What Families Need to Know about Public Montessori

Teri Canaday Freeman

Discovering Catechesis of the Good Shepherd

Kasia Ustowska-Gmerek

Dancing Towards Peace: The Montessori Perspective

Kei Ikeda

Dancing Towards Peace: The Montessori Perspective

Exciting, isn't it?

We're eagerly anticipating the kickoff of the
seventh edition of the conference,
and we're genuinely grateful
for your invaluable contribution in
spreading the word to your audience.

You help us help!

We are committed to making a difference beyond the conference room. A portion of our profits from the conference and courses is dedicated to supporting Montessori schools in underserved regions around the world. It is with deep respect and love that we proudly share some of the remarkable projects we've had the honor of supporting:
  • Montessori Children’s House, Camp Verde, AZ, USA
  • Thomas Sankara School, Dubreka, Guinea
  • Noble Sprouts of Faith School, Lagos, Nigeria
  • Maha's Montessori mission, Nizip, Southern Turkey
  • Utu Centre of Kibera, Nairobi, Kenya
  • Montessori UA, Ukraine: Assisting three schools in Bucha, Kryvyi Rig, and Cherkasy amidst challenging times.