Seton Montessori Institute has developed a dynamic series of Professional Excellence Seminars designed to engage the Montessori educator in creative exploration, discussion and extended learning.
These seminars support educators in fulfilling the new Professional Development requirement for teachers certified by the American Montessori Society (AMS) of demonstrating 50 approved hours of documented professional development every five years.
Montessori learning is a life long process. We encourage you to continue your development as an educator and a professional and we look forward to welcoming you often!
Seton Montessori Institute was proud to offer a dynamic Annual Fall Seminar designed to engage the Montessori educator and administrator. We were joined by renowned Montessorians:
• Mary Ellen Kordas, AMS Treasurer of the Board
• AMS 2014 Living Legacy Dr. John Chattin-McNichols
• Susan Tracy McDaniel
• Sister Carolina Gomez del Valle
Seton hosted the Living Legacy Reception to honor Dr. John Chattin-McNichols and to raise funds for the AMS Teacher Education Scholarships. Enjoy some memories through these images.