GUIDING THE LEARNING DIFFERENT / AT-RISK MONTESSORI STUDENT
Presented by: Brenda Petta and Susan Rothberger Instructors in Montessori Teacher Education Program – UW River Falls
Dates: AUGUST 13 (8:30-2:30pm) & 14 (8:30-1:30pm)
Location: APPLETON PUBLIC MONTESSORI – 1545 East Broadway Drive, Appleton, WI 54913
COST: $95 per participant (includes handouts and lunch each day)
Some estimates suggest that between 17% and 25% of the students in a typical classroom have some level of a learning difference. While most teachers are not qualified to diagnose students, having a repertoire of strategies to use with students who seem to learn and act differently can be beneficial. This course will focus on the work of Charles Shedd, June Shelton and Joyce Pickering as well as personal teaching experiences of the presenters. Ideas (and material-making supplies) to provide more individualized instruction of students who are struggling will be presented.
TO REGISTER: CONTACT JENNY CURRAN AT: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 920-832-6325 (Fees will be collected on the first day of class.) Sponsored by Appleton Public Montessori in partnership with UW-River Falls
Sponsored by Appleton Public Montessori in partnership with UW-River Falls
Date: June 13, 2015
APPLETON PUBLIC MONTESSORI
1545 East Broadway Drive Appleton, WI 54913 Map and Directions
The Graduate Montessori Teacher Education program was created to meet the need for Montessori-certified teachers in Wisconsin and Minnesota, as identified by a study of K-12 superintendents and public and private Montessori principals and coordinators. Students can chose to earn Montessori certification for age levels 3-6, 6-9 or 9-12 and a master of science in education degree.