This is a virtual workshop. It will take place over Zoom. Please note the day and time as it differs from our previous workshops.
The outcomes of a Montessori education result from the full nature of the experience. Montessori materials are optimal, but it's the context and the intent that makes the difference. So, yes, we can teach Montessori anywhere—even in the woods!
Biff Maier is Director of Faculty and Curriculum Development at Lexington Montessori School in Massachusetts. For many years served as elementary curriculum coordinator at the Center for Montessori Teacher Education/NY, and he now co-directs the Montessori Elementary Teacher Training Collaborative (METTC) in Lexington, MA. He also presents and consults for the Center for Montessori School Management. Involved with Montessori since 1974, Biff is a seminar presenter and consultant for the American Montessori Society, and, as former Chair of the AMS Teachers’ Section, he served on the AMS National Board of Directors. He earned his B.A. in psychology from Duke University and his M.Ed. from Xavier University, where he also received his AMS Early Childhood and Elementary credentials. He also earned an AMI 6-12 credential from the International Center for Advanced Montessori Studies in Bergamo, Italy. Biff is married to a psychiatrist who practices privately in Cambridge and Arlington, Massachusetts, and he has two Montessori-educated kids.
An Evening with Biff Maier:
The Essence of Montessori
2021 AMS Living Legacy
Thursday, February 11th, 2021