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OMA/NAMTA conference registration deadline extended!   Register for one day or the full event.

 

Attend a NAMTA Conference! 


Columbia, MD, October 9-12


New in Seattle: Math Workshop


Seattle, WA, November 13-16


Revised date for  Hartford, CT:
April 23-26, 2015

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See  table of contents or sample pages from Montessori Algebra for the Adolescent by Michael Waski

NAMTA's purpose is to maintain Montessori traditions, and at the same time, to be on the cutting edge of innovative education. Accordingly, we provide the medium for study, interpretation, and improvement of Montessori education.

A NAMTA workshop in Cleveland, OH
September 19-21, 2014

The Keepers of Alexandria: Dedication of the Center

 

September 19-21, 2014

 Montessori High School at University Circle, Cleveland, Ohio

Accommodations available at Doubletree by Hilton Tudor Arms Hotel, Cleveland, OH


Please join us to dedicate the

John A. Wyatt Center for Humanities and Peace

Saturday, September 20, 9:00-10:30 a.m.

Montessori High School at University Circle

Ferris House (3rd floor)

10924 Magnolia Drive

Cleveland, OH 44106

  • Register at the event on Friday, September 19, 8-9 a.m.
  • View complete brochure and program.
  • The Keepers of Alexandria workshop will be held at Montessori High School at University Circle, Ferris House (3rd floor), 10924 Magnolia Drive, Cleveland, OH 44106.
  • Accommodations are available at DoubleTree by Hilton at Tudor Arms Hotel, 10660 Carnegie Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44106. Call 216-455-1260 and mention SMERF to receive the conference room rate.


The Keepers of Alexandria is a program created by David Kahn, Executive Director of NAMTA, and Dr. John A. Wyatt who was a professor of classics and comparative languages at the University of Chicago and Beloit College (WI) and the founder and director of the Greek and Latin program at the University of Chicago. The Keepers of Alexandria was originally developed as after-school enrichment for at-risk students in grades 3–8. The current program consists of stories and lessons that are presented through history, philosophy, and Latin, all based in the ancient city of Alexandria, Egypt.