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Workshop Session 2

Friday, March 23 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM

Presenter: Rocío Hernández Babick

Aprendan a preparar ambientes interiores y exteriores que responden a las necesidades del alumno Elemental como antropólogo natural. Los temas de esta amplia presentación incluirán la importancia de interactuar con personas representativas y confiables de varios grupos sociales, culturales, o científicos así como el papel de la antropología en la Educación Cósmica.

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Presenters: Andrew R. Willemsen, Ali Fields

In this workshop, you’ll learn how to revitalize your own practices, using student portfolios to initiate a reflective shift in administrator, teacher, and student mindsets.

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Presenters: Jennifer Morgan, Michael J. Dorer

Come listen to stories that celebrate how difference is a governing theme of the universe itself and see how these stories provide a powerful foundation for cultural problem-solving throughout our lives.

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Presenter: Deborah Knight

This workshop will send you home with resources on book selection, leveling guides, and tips to help support all readers find exciting, developmentally appropriate books and materials.

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Presenters: Adam Diamond, Laura Opfer

In this workshop, we’ll discuss the essential nature of the prepared environment in nurturing creativity and examine examples of student work and concrete tools that provide a structural base for imaginative exploration.

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Presenter: Ginny Riga

Come hear what teachers say about how they can be better supported and learn how small changes in leadership have helped administrators address these pressing issues.

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Presenter: Stacey Wilker

This workshop will review the need for Practical Life experiences and offer indoor and outdoor lessons that stem not only from traditional Montessori training but which respond to the practical demands of modern life and technology.

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Presenters: Julie Bragdon, Sara Knickerbocker, Stephanie Flanigan

This panel discussion on death and loss will address supporting school communities from the inside—teachers, staff, and students—and the outside—parents, community members, and friends of the school.

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Presenters: Marisol Sharp, Christian Perez, Susana Ivanovich

Join us for an exploration of safe and enjoyable outdoor activities such as gardening, painting, building, and appreciating nature—and come away with ideas for incorporating them into your Infant and Toddler communities.

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Presenters: Melanie Driskill, Angela Boley, Gary S. Bowman, Mickey Slamkowski

This workshop will provide a structure for starting your own program of professional development for teacher assistants—an endeavor that can benefit everyone in your school community.

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Presenter: Brenda Huth

This workshop will define and discuss AMS’s new Montessori Inclusion Endorsement and the processes and tools—including specific differentiated Montessori materials from all curricular areas—to best serve students with exceptionalities.

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Presenters: Kathy Roemer, Mary Ellen Kordas

Join us for an efficient exercise in drilling down to your particular interests and establishing relationships with peers who share similar questions or have the expertise you’re looking for.

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Presenter: Marta Donahoe

Come learn about reception, expression, and an overlooked element of communication—presence—as well as the small, sophisticated shifts we can make, and teach to adolescents, that can fine-tune our interactions with others.

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Presenter: Rosemary Quaranta

This workshop will revisit the foundational concepts of Montessori Math, from the Pink Tower through cube root, preparing teacher educators for more effective and inspirational instruction.

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Presenter: Kevin S. Campbell

School leaders and trustees are invited to join in a group dialogue and focused activities that explore the capital-project process, from feasibility investigation and funding to permitting, design, and construction. Ample time will be allowed for Q & A.

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Presenters: Tanya Ryskind, Jonathan Wolff, Andrew Kutt

This workshop will highlight the conditions and elements necessary for deep and deliberate engagement to occur.

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Presenter: AnaMaria Rivera

This workshop will explore the results of a mixed-method quantitative research study aimed at individuals who are curious about the childhood experiences of adults who describe themselves as empowered and flourishing.

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Presenters: Nieves Gonzalez-Montejano, Cora Heiser

Examine one school’s micro-economy that has contributed to a school-wide food and nutrition program, and see how adolescent efforts can go beyond economic goals to include among their purposes wellness and environmental sustainability.

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Presenters: Larry Schanker, Laurie Stockton-Moreno

In this participatory workshop, you’ll explore how to guide Elementary students to understand Shakespearean verse and its essential truths.

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Presenter: Frank Leto

This workshop will teach you an engaging, multisensory approach that uses repetition and association to help children internalize the music as they develop listening, verbal, and social skills.

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Presenters: Mary Rockett, Nazmus Saquib, Theodore Quinn

This demonstration will show you how Wildflower has used wireless radio sensors and computer vision to gather classroom information—and how algorithms convert this data into Web-based visualizations for teachers.

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