Breaking Ground: Montessori Research Symposium featuring New Doctoral Perspectives

May 28, 2024


FREE on Zoom!

Dr. Montessori’s relentless pursuit of knowledge led to groundbreaking research that has paved the way for a multitude of contemporary studies. These ongoing investigations have revealed a wealth of compelling and thought-provoking findings, further enriching our understanding of the subject.

Join us for a presentation of cutting-edge doctoral research featuring:

  • Examination of Montessori Teacher Training: Experiences of People of Color in Public and Charter Montessori Schools” by Dr. KaLinda Bass-Barlow
  • The Development of Adolescent Students’ Self-Directed Learning Skills within a Montessori Setting” by Dr. Elyse Postlewaite
  • New Ways of Being White: White Families Striving to Cultivate Antiracist Familial Cultures” by Dr. Katie Kitchens
  • Montessori Teacher Dispositions: A Mixed Methods Exploration of Scientific Observations for Assessment” by Dr. Courtney Reim

The session will be moderated by Dr. Angela Murray, Associate Research Professor at the University of Kansas, Program Chair for the AERA Montessori SIG, and Editor of the Journal of Montessori Research.

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the latest exciting findings in Montessori research!

Register Today!