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MISP International Montessori Adolescent Summit
April 22-25, 2015, Washington, DC
Apply today for The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies (Ages 12-18) in Mexico or USA
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.
Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.
All interested educators are welcome to attend.
June 28-August 1, 2015
Participants should plan to arrive Saturday, June 27, 2015 and to depart Saturday afternoon, August 1, 2015.
Classes take place at Hershey Montessori School's Huntsburg Farm Campus.
Accommodations available at Hiram College or Hershey Montessori School's dormitory.
For more information about the application process contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Past orientation graduates may return for weeks four and five at the Huntsburg course only.
Print the 2015 registration form for returning graduates.
Sunday, July 5-August 1 and October 28-November 1, 2015
Participants should plan to arrive Saturday, July 4.
Classes take place at Colegio Montessori de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico.
Lectures will be given in English and Spanish.
In November of 2010, The Association Montessori Internationale agreed to an evolving relationship with the NAMTA Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies. Together with the Scientific Pedagogical Group (formally Committee), NAMTA will contribute selectively to the AMI body of Montessori pedagogy, allowing for the preservation and propagation of adolescent research and practice within the context of AMI-approved teacher education. The NAMTA Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies will be renamed The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies, recognizing NAMTA’s program as the current AMI adolescent pedagogical offering.
The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies builds an integrated holistic view of the Montessori adolescent in relation to Montessori psychology, methodology, and philosophy. Content is presented within the context of Montessori’s educational syllabus. Participants can shape their specialized backgrounds (in math, science, humanities) as part of a total Montessori vision, allowing them to design an adolescent program that addresses their unique combinations of students, faculty, site, and administration at their schools. AMI Montessori training in early childhood or elementary levels will enhance the orientation experience, but is not a prerequisite.