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Elementary Writing Certificate Program

The AMS Elementary Writing Certificate Program is designed to shift teaching writing in a way that promotes collaboration and curiosity in the learning environment while significantly increasing students’ interest in writing.

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AMS Elementary Reading Certificate Program

The AMS Reading Certificate Program is designed for Montessori teachers who are interested in integrating the most recent research-based strategies into their reading education.

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20 Phrases and Actions to Support and Encourage Students

We all have a lot of responsibilities and challenges, young students included. Learn some key phrases and actions to help support and encourage your students.

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Rise and Grind? Not for Montessorians!

Avoiding grind culture by keeping Montessori pedagogy at the heart of your practice

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Role of Unlearning in Justice and Equity

Unlearning is key to achieving justice and equity in education. In this essay from Equity Examined, Luz Casquejo Johnston explores how disrupting conventional pedagogy fosters inclusive environments.

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