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.
Credit toward a master's degree in education is granted for Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Montessori training by Loyola College in Maryland (Baltimore, Maryland) and The University of San Diego (San Diego, California).
Department of Education
Loyola College in Maryland
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210
(800) 221-9107, ext. 5095
(410) 617-5097 fax
Credit toward a master's degree in education is granted for Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Montessori training by Loyola College in Maryland (Baltimore, Maryland). The student must be enrolled at Loyola College and in an AMI Montessori training course at the same time (i.e., credit is not granted retroactively for a diploma already earned). The Montessori training course (Elementary or Primary) counts as 27 credit hours. Three additional courses (9 credit hours) plus two research papers are required for the master's degree.
5998 Alcala Park
San Diego, CA 92110-2492
(619) 849-8194 fax
The University of San Diego grants 15 credits toward a 30 credit master's degree in education for students who take their AMI primary training at the Montessori Institute of San Diego (MISD) while enrolled at the university. Students apply directly to the University of San Diego M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Montessori Education, which includes primary training through MISD.