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Workshop Intensives

Thursday, March 9 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM

Presenters: Amy Riley, William Simmer

Join us as we guide you through Independent School Management’s “Admission and Enrollment Management Assessment Instrument,” which will serve as a framework for appraising your performance and reviewing the practices that define enrollment success.

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Presenters: Amy Riley, William Simmer

Join us as we guide you through Independent School Management’s “Admission and Enrollment Management Assessment Instrument.” The assessment is intended to help you reflect on your school’s marketing communications efforts to identify areas that, when well-attended to, will result in enrollment demand in excess of supply, high rates of retention, and inspirational giving. We’ll offer best practices instruction and guide you through the creation of a 3-part action plan designed to enhance your school’s enrollment operations, based on the findings of your assessment.

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Come experience your greatest capacity for internal peace and harmony with the beauty and diversity of others. You’ll leave refreshed and renewed, having gained concrete skills to more consciously live and be guided by love.

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Presenters: Geoffrey E. Bishop, Mirko Sever

Elementary teachers will not want to miss this day-long overview of the Ecolab program, a comprehensive, integrated environmental science curriculum with ties to earth science, physics, chemistry, biology, agriculture, astronomy, and zoology.

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Presenters: Angela K. Murray, Maria McKenna, Nancy Lindeman

Join fellow Montessorians in colleges and universities who are involved in research for an afternoon of collegial learning and exploring connections between work.

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Presenters: Joyce S. Pickering, Pauline Novak

This workshop will offer an in-depth overview of various learning and intellectual differences, including the autism spectrum, with an emphasis on the ways in which Montessori programs can be beneficial for students facing these challenges.

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