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Exhibit Hall

Shop AMS

We’re stocking our shop with super swag to celebrate “150 years of Maria Montessori”—stop by to snap up treasures for yourself and the folks back home.

Second Language Acquisition Theory & Implementation

This session will demonstrate how to take advantage of the Montessori materials, how to use backward design when planning a second language curriculum, and how to promote second language use in the classroom guided by the highly-regarded Second Language Acquisition theory.

Assessing & Training Motor Development

In this learning lab, we will show you how to properly assess fine and gross motor skills in children ages 4 – 10, including large muscle skills.

Strategic Planning Reimagined

In this learning lab, you will practice strategic thinking and obtain tools to facilitate the strategic planning process at your school.

Launching a Parent Ambassador Program

Go back to the basics with a strategic, formal Parent Ambassador program that expands your word-of-mouth marketing footprint into your target neighborhoods, local businesses, and community centers.

Montessori Science for the Elementary Student (Part 2)

In Part 2 of this 2-part session, we will review the curriculum; you will become familiar with the goals and objectives of the Eco Lab program.

Place-Based Education in the Secondary Curriculum

Learn how to bring the “real world” into your Secondary program using place-based education, which uses the local environment and community to teach academic concepts through project-based experiences.

12th Annual Research Poster Session

Review the latest findings in Montessori research by circulating among a display of project posters on a range of pressing topics. Research authors will be on hand, eager to discuss and explain their work to you.

Fostering Student Independence

In this session, the presenters will discuss classroom practices that encourage—or undermine—independence. You will leave ready to examine how your own teaching can maximize your students’ independence and foster lifelong autonomous learners.