Montessori educator will discuss teaching ‘special needs’ students

Dr. Silvia Dubovoy and Chelsea Swenson at The Montessori Institute of San Diego. Courtesy

Silvia Dubovoy, Ph.D., of the Montessori Institute of San Diego Teacher Training Center in La Jolla, will discuss how the Montessori education philosophy can be used to serve children who society deems to have “special needs,” at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 10 at the center, 8745 La Jolla Scenic Drive North.

Attendees are asked to enter from 8660 Gilman Drive, turn at the sign for Congregation Beth El, and drive up into the campus, past the large parking lot on the right. The training center will be on the left, enclosed in a white picket fence. For more information, send an e-mail to or call (858) 535-0500, ext. 101.

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