Event Type: Teacher Trainings

2024 AMI Administrators Certificate Course

AMI/USA is proud to sponsor the AMI Administrators Certificate Course

The AMI Administrators Certificate Course is a thorough program that aims to enhance your skills in school leadership, with a focus on Montessori education. This course provides valuable tools for developing strong Montessori schools and building thriving communities.

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    June 21, 2024: 1:00 am - June 24, 2024 5:00 pm ( Repeating Daily )
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Navigating the Complex Emotional Territory of Education

Every day, teachers experience a wide range of emotions, from joy and love to sadness and anger. Yet, some emotions are not appropriate to show or to express in the classroom. Unfortunately, suppressing emotions has many costs, including increased levels of burnout. Dr. Sanden will focus on understanding our

May 20, 2024: 4:00 am - 11:30 pm
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Affirming the Humanity of All Teachers

Patrick Harris II, author of “The First Five: A Love Letter to Teachers”, will share his wisdom and love for the teaching profession. If you are approaching the end of your 1st, 3rd, 5th, or 20th year of teaching in the classroom, the ideas offered

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Building a Culture of Belonging for Adults

If teachers are to be fully present and effective in our work, it is vital that we feel safe in all respects in the environments in which we work. Features of a culture of belonging include recognizing and respecting the voices of colleagues that present with social and personal

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ASQ Overview Free Admin Session

Administrators and educators are invited to hear Dr. Elyse Postlewaite, an independent researcher who recently completed a development screener study (ASQ) that may interest educators who work with potentially neurodivergent students. AMI/USA supported this study and is inviting you to learn about the findings and possible implications.

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The Power of Breath and Laughter for Teachers and Children in the Classroom

There are many “parts” to health.
Of all the parts to health, breath and laughter may be the greatest…maybe!

Being a teacher is no joke! The yearly school calendar never seems to let up. Opening preparations, learning about the children and their needs, lesson plans, parent interactions, fundraising activities, decisions, decisions…on and on

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AMI Administrators Certificate Course

AMI/USA is proud to sponsor the AMI Administrators Certificate Course in July of 2023, in Columbia, MD.

The course will be conducted in a blended format:

  • Registration and reception: July 16, 2023, 5-6:30 PM EST
  • In-person days of instruction: July 17 – 21, 2023
  • Virtual sessions: July 7, September 14 and 21, 2023,
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Engaging Families Teacher Workshop

In response to the expressed needs of our members, we are happy to announce the launch of our AMI/USA Teacher Workshops Series. These virtual professional development sessions are designed for classroom guides and assistants and focus on supporting them in their professional growth and helping them meet the needs of the

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Fireside Chat: Funding For Your School

Please join our AMI/USA Fund Development Team in a brief discussion about small grants for your school. In our weekly research meetings, our team examines all grant opportunities in education. We are finding small grants that could help support activities in classrooms and schools. All of the opportunities presented are for

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Montessori for All: A Dream Being Realized or One Still Deferred

We are happy to provide this year’s Justice Equity Diversity Inclusion Series virtually to help bring the global Montessori community together!

In honor of Dr. King, his educational philosophy and work to bring equity into all schools, join a diverse panel to discuss how power and privilege

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Liberatory Montessori

AMI/USA’s 2022 Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (JEDI) Webinar Series

As our 2020 Racial Equity Statement declares, “We acknowledge that building and maintaining an inclusive, racially equitable culture will be never-ending and that ever-lasting transformation requires courage, persistence, unwavering commitment, and individual and collective accountability. We encourage all

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