Webinars hosted by AMS are an economical way to bring real-time, interactive learning experiences right into your office, classroom, or home. Our Webinars are presented by Montessori educators and other experts in related fields; interactive; and a convenient and efficient way to earn 1.5 clock hours of AMS continuing professional development.
Unless otherwise noted, the price for Webinars are:
Individuals (1 participant at 1 computer)
$45 AMS member
$65 general public
Organizations (unlimited participants at 1 computer)
$175 AMS member school or affiliated teacher education program
$225 non-member school, unaffiliated program, or other nonmember organization
If you register for a Webinar and then cancel, we will credit your payment toward another Webinar of your choice.
Registration for Webinars closes at 4:00 PM (ET) on the day of the presentation.
Currently, AMS does not make webinars available for viewing after the live presentation.
Dates and topics are subject to change. Please continue to check back for the most up-to-date information. Thursday,
Thursday, May 1, 2014, 7 – 8:30 PM (ET)
Presenter: Angie Meadows
For: Heads of schools and teachers of students ages 2.5 – 12
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Imagine a format for classroom observation that delineates all the things that define their health—social interactions, work choices, independence, classroom management techniques, etc.—using language that is easily understood, and which reflects the philosophy and goals of the greater school community. Does it sound too good to be true? Learn how one school tackled this very challenge, resulting in a Healthy Classroom Checklist—a school-wide acknowledgement of what we should see happening with children in all of our classrooms. You’ll come away with an understanding of how you and your colleagues can work together to create a healthy classroom checklist of your own.
Angie Meadows is head of Clementine Montessori in Philadelphia, PA. She has over 20 years of experience as a Montessori parent, teacher, teacher educator, and school leader. Angie holds AMS Early Childhood and Elementary I credentials. Always eager to learn, she is currently pursuing both an AMS School Administrator credential and an MEd from St. Catherine University.
May 6, 14, & 20, 2014, 7 – 8:30 PM (ET)
“So, You’re Running a Public Montessori School: A Webinar and Discussion Series for Public School Leaders Who Are New to Montessori”
Presented by: The National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS) and hosted by the American Montessori Society
For: Public Montessori school administrators
Cost: $345/person, includes all 3 Webinars.
AMS members who register will receive their choice of 1 free individual registration for any AMS webinar through December 31, 2014, or 1 free 30-day individual webcast rental to be used by December 31, 2014.
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Registration Deadline: May 5, 2014
This 3-part webinar series will introduce public school administrators to Montessori and provide insights on how to manage the unique challenges of leading a Montessori school in the public sector. Each online session will consist of a presentation followed by facilitated small-group discussions.
- May 6: “Montessori Primer: The Montessori Worldview and Core Concepts”
(includes considerations of co-curricular classes and the use of technology)
- May 14: “Accountability and Trust: Teacher Quality and Student Assessment in Public Montessori Schools”
- May 20: “Reaching out and Reaching up: Advocating with all Stakeholders for Full Implementation”
- Marta Donahoe, Founder, Clark Montessori Junior/Senior High School, Cincinnati, OH, and Executive Director, Cincinnati Montessori Secondary Teacher Education Program (CMSTEP)
- Gena Engelfried, Principal, The Grove School, Redlands, CA
- John Freeman, Principal, Montessori Magnet School at Annie Fisher, Hartford, CT
- Jacqueline Cossentino, Senior Associate & Director of Research, NCMPS
More information: National Center for Montessori in the Public Sector.
Thursday, June 19, 2014, 7 – 8:30 PM (ET)
“Helping Children Experience the Joy and Wonder of Summer”
Presenter: Mariah Bruehl
For: Educators and parents of children ages 2.5 – 9
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Most children love the freedom that summer provides but we can sometimes feel overwhelmed with keeping them occupied, engaged, and happy. Are you ready for the challenge? Join Mariah as she shares her philosophy, ideas, and activities. You will walk away with enticing activities for your children, from backyard and urban adventures, photography explorations, natural crafts, writing investigations, and more to keep everyone happy all summer long!
Mariah Bruehl is a parent, educator, entrepreneur, and author of the book Playful Learning: Develop Your Child’s Sense of Joy and Wonder. With over 15 years’ experience working in the field of education and an MS in Education from Bank Street College, she has worked as both a teacher and director at schools including The Dalton School in Manhattan and the Ross School in East Hampton, New York. In 2008, Mariah brought her expertise online, creating the Parents’ Choice Gold Medal award-winning Web site Playful Learning. In 2011 she launched the Playful Learning Ecademy, which provides virtual-learning experiences that include hands-on lessons for children with their parents.
Coming soon! Recordings of our past webinars available online for you to view anywhere, anytime. Earn certificates of continuing professional development whenever it is most convenient for you.
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School Accreditation Webinars are a way to have all of your questions about this rigorous process answered directly by AMS staff. Each Webinar is presented by Sara Wilson, AMS director of school accreditation & school improvement, and provides a complete overview or both the school accreditation process and the process for peer review teams.
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