Join a panel of experienced Montessori researchers and AMS Dissertation & Thesis Award recipients as they share their experiences in conducting graduate-level research in Montessori education.
This workshop will explore the what and why of critical conversations while reviewing current research and writing.
This workshop will offer practical guidelines, supported by Montessori methodology and current research, for fostering optimal language development in children from birth to age 3.
In this workshop, the presenters will discuss how subitizing—not counting, but rather seeing objects at a glance—gives the strongest foundation for early numeracy for all children.
The workshop will also lend itself to a discussion about state standards as they pertain to the curriculum.
Whether the change is planned or sudden, we need strategies for saying good-bye to those who are leaving (and hello to those we are welcoming) to the community. You’ll leave with solid ideas for uniting your school community during periods of transition.
This workshop will explore strategies for helping students who need more than the traditional Montessori classroom can provide.
In this workshop, you will revisit the true aim of Practical Life and its connection to education for peace—and gain insight into how to prepare the Elementary classroom so children can form a rich and respectful community.
Join a discussion of hands-on, time-tested strategies to help your students become more efficient and compassionate during group projects.
In this session, you will take a deep look at critical consciousness and the role it plays in Montessori teacher education programs.