UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN River Falls
Designed for practicing Montessori teachers, topics covered will also fit needs of teachers in other school settings or parents. You do not need a teaching license to attend these workshops.
Topics are approved by the American Montessori Society (AMS). With your registration fee you'll get the workshop content, continuing education units, all handouts and materials, and parking on site. Participants can earn graduate college credits by registering at the workshop and paying regular tuition in addition to the workshop registration fee.
Additional workshops may be available throughout the year. Please check back to find out about new events or request notification by sending an email.
Have you ever wondered why Montessori children do things like cutting pickles, washing tables, using a wrench and screwdriver, walking on a line, and making bubbles as part of their curriculum? Moreover, what do these things have to do with character development and culture? Join Crystal Dahlmeier as we explore the vital importance of these and other practical life activities in a child’s development from early childhood through adolescence.
This interactive workshop will provide teachers and parents with both theoretical and practical aspects that one can incorporate into activities at home or in the classroom.
Crystal Dahlmeier, an educator from Cincinnati, Ohio, is experienced in traditional, Montessori, multi-age and special education. She has done extensive work with children, parents and teachers in conferences and workshops, domestically and internationally.
*There will be a break at noon but lunch is not included in fee.
Linda Jacobson, Outreach Program Manager
715-425-3190 or 800-228-5607
This program is accredited through the Montessori Accreditation Council of Teacher Education (MACTE).