Creating Inclusive Communities in Montessori Programs
The PNMA 2019 Winter Event will include presentations and workshops geared to inspire teachers and staff at all levels. Choose from two different full-day sessions that will be sure to provide you with insights, strategies, and tools for supporting all students and families in your community. Elementary Trainer, Alison Awes, will present on Supporting the Dyslexic Child in the Montessori Environment. Other experts in the field of early childhood special education will provide a variety of presentations geared toward Early Interventions and Navigating the System.
Rescheduled for Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 8:30 am-4:00 pm
$95 for PNMA Members & $120 for the General Public
Green River Conference & Event Center
The Grand Hall in the Mel Lindbloom Student Union Building
12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092
WA Clock Hours or Merit/STARS Credits available for this event!
Online Registration Now Closed - You can still register at the door!
Track A: Supporting the Dyslexic Child in a Montessori Environment
An enriching presentation from Elementary Trainer Alison Awes ideal for Primary & Elementary Teachers
Alison Awes is the director of elementary training at the Montessori Training Center of Minnesota. Ms. Awes holds AMI diplomas for primary and elementary levels, a B.A. in art history from Smith College, an M.A. in Latin American studies from Tulane University, and a M.Ed. in Montessori education from Loyola University Maryland. She has taught in both six-to-nine and nine-to-twelve classrooms.
Ms. Awes is an AMI examiner and has presented a number of workshops, including those on making books with children and supporting the dyslexic child in a Montessori environment. She has served on the boards of private and charter Montessori schools and other organizations, including the AMI Elementary Alumni Association. In addition, Ms. Awes attended Montessori schools until the age of twelve.
Track B: Early Interventions - Navigating the System
A variety of presentations from experts in the field of early childhood special education, meaningful for all levels of educators. More details about this full-day session at www.pnma.org.
More details about our event speakers and topics are available at www.pnma.org.
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