NCMPS Workshops and Training

Coaches Training, Coaches Workshop, Leaders Workshop, Child Study, DERS/MEFS Training, and more!

Participants from last year's Assessment Playbook Workshop can purchase the Assessment Playbook Workshop: Student Assessment and the Assessment Playbook Workshop: Adult Appraisal and Assessment together at a discounted price. (Participants who are new to our Montessori Assessment series should begin with the Orientation to Montessori Assessment - September 2020.) Read More

NCMPS Montessori Coaching is a holistic framework for supporting Montessori teachers in classrooms, and for partnering with school leadership teams to help the whole school grow towards an environment supporting human development and flourishing. Montessori Coaches Training is designed for adults preparing to coach and the leadership teams they work with. Coaches support effective, equitable Montessori classroom practice and work with school leaders to grow and strengthen developmentally supportive practices throughout the school. Topics include supporting the whole-school environment, family engagement, Lesson Study, Child Study, and more. Coaches Training includes videos, readings, and six live sessions: September 29, 3:00–4:00pm ET October 6, 3:00–4:00pm ET October 13, 3:00–4:00pm ET October 20, 3:00–4:00pm ET October 27, 3:00–4:00pm ET November 3, 3:00–4:00pm ET Paying by check: We accept payment via most credit cards. To request to pay by check, use this form. You will not be registered until your check has been received. Please do not make travel plans or other commitments. Once your check has been received, we will enter your registration for the event and confirm via email. For questions about payment, contact payments@public-montessori.org. Photos and Video: NCMPS may take photos or record video during this event. By participating in this event, you consent to your likeness being used for promotional purposes without compensation, and you release NCMPS from any liability related to this use. If you do not want your likeness used in this way, you may inform the event staff, and NCMPS will make its best effort to prevent such use. NCMPS Coaches María Carvajal has 20 years of experience in teaching, educational research, consulting, mentorship, and program management in El Salvador, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. She is a certified AMI elementary guide with primary teaching experience, and holds a B.A. and M.A. in Humanities from the University of Navarra and a M.Ed. in Montessori Elementary Education from Loyola University Maryland. María’s professional interests include trauma-informed care, English learner education, and early intervention. For research, she is currently focused on at-risk student populations, receptive and expressive language delays, and associations between social-emotional competence and literacy skills in children.     Laure Fleming studied Anthropology at the University of Maryland College Park where she earned her BA. She next earned her M.Ed in Montessori education from Loyola University in Baltimore and later studied School Administration and Supervision at Johns Hopkins University. Laure is Montessori credentialed for ages 3-6 (AMI) and 6-12 (AMS) and is licensed as a teacher and principal by the Maryland State Department of Education. Laure served for 14 years in public Montessori (with over 20 years total working in schools) holding the positions of classroom teacher, curriculum coordinator, assistant principal, and head of school.      Seth D. Webb has worked in public charter Montessori schools in Arizona, Colorado, and New Zealand as an elementary teacher, instructional leader, dean of students, and principal. Throughout his career, Seth has been active in the Montessori movement as a conference presenter, and lecturer and field consultant for Montessori training centers. He is Montessori credentialed (AMS 6-12, AMI 12-18), is a state licensed teacher and principal, and holds a MAEd from the Center for Contemporary Montessori Programs at St. Catherine University. Seth is a Montessori parent and passionate Montessori advocate. Read More

The NCMPS Coaches Workshop II is an online community for previous participants of NCMPS Coaches Workshop. The Participants meet sixteen time throughout the school year in small-group video-conference call led by an NCMPS Coach to share and collaborate, refine skills and tools, and learn new techniques. Prerequisite: The NCMPS Coaches Workshop II is open to participants who have completed the NCMPS Coaches Workshop in a previous year.  Scheduling: After you've registered and paid for this Workshop, an NCMPS Coach will work with you to schedule a regular meeting day and time that will work with your schedule. If no mutually agreeable time can be found, registration will be refunded. The NCMPS Coaching Team María Carvajal has 20 years of experience in teaching, educational research, consulting, mentorship, and program management in El Salvador, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. She is a certified AMI elementary guide with primary teaching experience, and holds a B.A. and M.A. in Humanities from the University of Navarra and a M.Ed. in Montessori Elementary Education from Loyola University Maryland. María’s professional interests include trauma-informed care, English learner education, and early intervention. For research, she is currently focused on at-risk student populations, receptive and expressive language delays, and associations between social-emotional competence and literacy skills in children.     Laure Fleming studied Anthropology at the University of Maryland College Park where she earned her BA. She next earned her M.Ed in Montessori education from Loyola University in Baltimore and later studied School Administration and Supervision at Johns Hopkins University. Laure is Montessori credentialed for ages 3-6 (AMI) and 6-12 (AMS) and is licensed as a teacher and principal by the Maryland State Department of Education. Laure served for 14 years in public Montessori (with over 20 years total working in schools) holding the positions of classroom teacher, curriculum coordinator, assistant principal, and head of school.      Seth D. Webb has worked in public charter Montessori schools in Arizona, Colorado, and New Zealand as an elementary teacher, instructional leader, dean of students, and principal. Throughout his career, Seth has been active in the Montessori movement as a conference presenter, and lecturer and field consultant for Montessori training centers. He is Montessori credentialed (AMS 6-12, AMI 12-18), is a state licensed teacher and principal, and holds a MAEd from the Center for Contemporary Montessori Programs at St. Catherine University. Seth is a Montessori parent and passionate Montessori advocate. Read More

The Coaches Workshop is an online community for practitioners who have been trained in the Montessori Coaches Training. Participants meet sixteen times throughout the school year in small-group video-conference calls led by an NCMPS Coach to share and collaborate, refine skills and tools, and learn new techniques. Prerequisite: The NCMPS Coaches Workshop is open to previous participants in the Coaches Training.  Scheduling: After you've registered and paid for this Workshop, you'll receive an email confirming your enrollment. You will need to open the email, begin the course, and answer a few questions about your school and your available times to help us put together Workshop sections. Then, we'll let you know when we have you scheduled. If we can't find a time that works, we will refund your payment before the first meeting. Paying by check: We accept payment via most credit cards. To request to pay by check, use this form. You will not be registered until your check has been received. Please do not make travel plans or other commitments. Once your check has been received, we will enter your registration for the event and confirm via email. For questions about payment, contact payments@public-montessori.org. Photos and Video: NCMPS may take photos or record video during this event. By participating in this event, you consent to your likeness being used for promotional purposes without compensation, and you release NCMPS from any liability related to this use. If you do not want your likeness used in this way, you may inform the event staff, and NCMPS will make its best effort to prevent such use. The NCMPS Coaching Team María Carvajal has 20 years of experience in teaching, educational research, consulting, mentorship, and program management in El Salvador, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. She is a certified AMI elementary guide with primary teaching experience, and holds a B.A. and M.A. in Humanities from the University of Navarra and a M.Ed. in Montessori Elementary Education from Loyola University Maryland. María’s professional interests include trauma-informed care, English learner education, and early intervention. For research, she is currently focused on at-risk student populations, receptive and expressive language delays, and associations between social-emotional competence and literacy skills in children.     Laure Fleming studied Anthropology at the University of Maryland College Park where she earned her BA. She next earned her M.Ed in Montessori education from Loyola University in Baltimore and later studied School Administration and Supervision at Johns Hopkins University. Laure is Montessori credentialed for ages 3-6 (AMI) and 6-12 (AMS) and is licensed as a teacher and principal by the Maryland State Department of Education. Laure served for 14 years in public Montessori (with over 20 years total working in schools) holding the positions of classroom teacher, curriculum coordinator, assistant principal, and head of school.      Seth D. Webb has worked in public charter Montessori schools in Arizona, Colorado, and New Zealand as an elementary teacher, instructional leader, dean of students, and principal. Throughout his career, Seth has been active in the Montessori movement as a conference presenter, and lecturer and field consultant for Montessori training centers. He is Montessori credentialed (AMS 6-12, AMI 12-18), is a state licensed teacher and principal, and holds a MAEd from the Center for Contemporary Montessori Programs at St. Catherine University. Seth is a Montessori parent and passionate Montessori advocate. Read More

This course is for school leaders and leadership teams ready to take their next steps in reimagining and sustaining anti-bias, anti-racist Montessori schools. Participants will form a working group designed to challenge systems of oppression within our classrooms, our adult interactions, our broader school communities, and society at large. We will engage in deep self-reflection while designing action steps to empower children and their school communities to be authentic advocates and risk-taking allies. The course includes readings, written assignments, and three live sessions: October 14, 7:00-8:30pm ET October 28, 7:00-8:30pm ET November 11, 7:00-8:30pm ET Paying by check: We accept payment via most credit cards. To request to pay by check, use this form. You will not be registered until your check has been received. Once your check has been received, we will enter your registration for the event and confirm via email. For questions about payment, contact payments@public-montessori.org. Photos and Video: NCMPS may take photos or record video during this event. By participating in this event, you consent to your likeness being used for promotional purposes without compensation, and you release NCMPS from any liability related to this use. If you do not want your likeness used in this way, you may inform the event staff, and NCMPS will make its best effort to prevent such use. About the Instructor Maati Wafford is committed to promoting identity development and a love of learning. She is a graduate of Fisk and Howard Universities and holds certification at four levels of AMS Montessori training: Primary, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, and Administrator. Maati is a Masters level social worker with more than ten years of teaching experience. She is an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Montessori classroom and instructs adult learners in Anti-Bias teaching practices. Read More

This course is for teacher educators committed to developing anti-bias, anti-racist policies and procedures to deepen awareness and accountability. Participants will form a working group designed to collectively explore liberatory models that will empower equity within TEPs and adult learners alike.  The course includes readings, written assignments, and three live sessions: September 23, 7:00-8:30pm ET October 7, 7:00-8:30pm ET October 21, 7:00-8:30pm ET Paying by check: We accept payment via most credit cards. To request to pay by check, use this form. You will not be registered until your check has been received. Once your check has been received, we will enter your registration for the event and confirm via email. For questions about payment, contact payments@public-montessori.org. Photos and Video: NCMPS may take photos or record video during this event. By participating in this event, you consent to your likeness being used for promotional purposes without compensation, and you release NCMPS from any liability related to this use. If you do not want your likeness used in this way, you may inform the event staff, and NCMPS will make its best effort to prevent such use. About the Instructor Maati Wafford is committed to promoting identity development and a love of learning. She is a graduate of Fisk and Howard Universities and holds certification at four levels of AMS Montessori training: Primary, Lower Elementary, Upper Elementary, and Administrator. Maati is a Masters level social worker with more than ten years of teaching experience. She is an advocate for diversity, equity, and inclusion in the Montessori classroom and instructs adult learners in Anti-Bias teaching practices. Read More

Shopping Cart

Your cart is empty