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Leveraging Current Research to Support Montessori

Thursday, January 25, 2018 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM (ET)

Presenter: Angela Murray
For: All teachers and administrators

Individual Registration Group Registration


Live Webinar

SPECIAL BONUS! Attend the live webinar and we'll give you free 30-day access to the on-demand recording, allowing you to re-watch it on your own schedule.

Individuals (Certificate of Continuing Professional Development for 1 person)
$45/AMS member

Organizations (Unlimited participants at 1 computer; CPD certificates for up to 20 persons)
$175/AMS member organization
$225/non-member organizations

Registration closes at noon on the day of the webinar. Registration fees are non-refundable. If you register and then cancel, we will be happy to credit your payment toward another webinar of your choice. Credits may not be used toward the cost of on-demand webinars.

On-Demand Webinar

After the live webinar airs, the presentation will be made available for a 30-day rental via Vimeo On Demand, allowing you to view the webinar at any time, as often as you would like, within your rental period.

Free/those who register for the live webinar
$55/individual (Certificate of Continuing Professional Development for 1 person)
$200/group (CPD certificates for up to 20 persons)


This webinar will share research related to Montessori education to help you understand how to leverage this evidence to inform your constituents. Demand for data and research to support the proliferation of Montessori principles and practices is growing quickly, as is research from mainstream education supporting Montessori practices. We’ll talk about how to make this data work for you in your efforts to champion Montessori—whether to parents, future Montessori educators, or public policy wonks.

Topics covered to include:

  • Research on Montessori outcomes
  • Recent studies about Montessori practices
  • Results from studies from outside the field of Montessori education that support Montessori practices

Handouts will be made available along with references.

Learner Outcomes

  • Understand the current landscape of Montessori research.
  • Gain the background on Montessori research to share with constituents.
  • Recognize that resources exist to stay abreast of new developments in Montessori research.

Angela K. Murray, PhD, is an assistant research professor at the University of Kansas in Lawrence, KS, AMS senior researcher & coordinator, and editor of the Journal of Montessori Research.

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