This year NAMTA presents a professional development course
for administrators, Tier I: First Principles, October 7-11, 2015, in Baltimore, MD!
Order NAMTA's 2013-2015 supplement to the Whole-School Montessori Handbook, The Evolution of a Montessori High School
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.
NAMTA is pleased to coordinate this event with the Montessori Whole-School ManagementSM
Professional Development Course for Administrators, Tier I: First Principles.
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Inclusion has always been Montessori’s operating principle. The three-year age span and independent work environment allows children of different ages and abilities to learn and teach each other. In this sense Montessori schools are a model for inclusion, but we must consider if our classrooms have gone far enough. Learn how an unusual school reaches out to all children. The principles of inclusion, a decision framework for classroom placement, and how to support staff who welcome children with delays or disabilities into classrooms are the central topics for this unique conference. Jennifer O’Toole, author of Asperkids, TheAsperkids’ (Secret) Book of Social Rules, and The Asperkid’s Launch Pad will tell you what you need to know to welcome these quirky and gifted children. Specialists will share the latest research and effective strategies for English language learners. Primary and elementary guides will learn adaptations for children with poor visual memory in language and math. Anna Perry will assist public and charter school staff by providing definitive information to help align common core standards with the Montessori curriculum.