Publications

Montessori Publications

 AMI/USA News

AMI/USA
410 Alexander St.
Rochester, NY 14607-1028
Voice: 716 461-5920

AMERICAN MONTESSORI CONSULTING NEWSLETTER

American Montessori Consulting
PO Box 5062
Rossmoor, CA 90720
Voice: 562 598-2321
Email: amonco@aol.com or AMCNEWS1@aol.com
Website: http://www.amonco.org

EL BOLETIN

Consejo Interamericano Montessori
416 N. Beringer Cir.
Urbana, IL 61802
Voice: 217 328-1341
Website: http://www.cimla.org

EL BOLETIN is the newsletter of the Union Montessori de las Americas (formerly Comité Hispano Montessori).

ENQUIRING MINDS

Ryan Davis
24 Progress Ave.
Toronto, ON M1P 2Y4
Canada
Telephone: (416) 298-9938
Email:  enquiringminds@studio24.com.bz
website: http://enquiringmindsmontessori.com

ENQUIRING MINDS is one such befitting place where child is put to nurturing, and youngsters from 5 to six years are made to realise their own potential. Enquring minds believe n their need to foster and garner young minds and help these tender roots grow to their fullest. Our methodologies are well tested and have been able to shape a child’s mind in the best manner possible.

THE JOYFUL CHILD

Michael Olaf Montessori
P.O. Box 1162
Arcata, CA 95518
Voice: 707 826-1557
Toll Free Fax: 800 429-8877
Website: http://www.michaelolaf.net

The Joyful Child – Michael Olaf’s Essential Montessori for Birth to Three. More and more people are realizing that the age from birth to three is by far the most influential on one’s health and happiness throughout life. The text within these pages is based on the Assistants to Infancy course begun by Dr. Montessori in Rome in 1947. Montessori teachers or administrators who give this information to parents with infants notice an amazing difference in these children when they later come into the Casa. And working with these children can be quite enlightening for the adult.

In The Joyful Child there are fifty-three pages of information and products, including subjects such as: the absorbent mind, the sense of order, the environment and the mind, sleep, developing trust in the world, clothing, crying, the development of language, the development of movement and trust in oneself, the baby’s work, attachment and separation, participating in the life of the family, weaning, toilet learning, following the child, dressing and undressing, and the child’s research.

MONTESSORI LEADERSHIP MAGAZINE

Montessori Foundation / International Montessori Council
PO Box 130
Terra Ceia,  FL  34250-0130
Voice: 941 729-9565 or 800-655-5843
Fax: 941 312-0825
Email: IMC@montessori.org
Website:  www.montessori.org/

Montessori Leadership is the quarterly journal of the International Montessori Council. It is aimed at Montessori educators, administrators, teacher trainers, board members, and parent leaders.

Montessori Leadership focuses on current “best practices” in Montessori curriculum and instruction, classroom management, the prepared environment, organizational leadership, school development, and teacher training. Articles are well researched yet easily readable. The emphasis is on practical applications of things that are working in classrooms and schools around the world. New ideas are examined in relation to the fundamentals of Montessori practice.

Each issue explores a wide-range of topics, such as retaining your kindergarten and elementary students; peace education and character development; techniques for daily renewal; prepared environments that foster calmness, concentration, and cooperation; board development; the science of school expansion; fund raising; working with challenging children, parents, teachers, and boards; re-establishing harmony, trust, and teamwork; curriculum development; children and computers; and specific exploration of ideas such as new Practical Life and Sensorial exercises for 21st Century children.

MONTESSORI LIFE

Montessori Life c/o American Montessori Society
281 Park Ave. S, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10010
Website: http://www.amshq.org/

Montessori Life is a 52-page, quarterly periodical of the American Montessori Society. Because its audience includes both professionals and parents, It is somewhere in between a magazine and a journal. Through this publication, AMS hopes to provoke thought, promote professional growth, and provide a forum for discussion of major issues and ideas in our field. ML is a refereed journal; payment for features runs approximately $100 per printed page. We accept feature articles, editorials, and news items pertinent to the Montessori community. We also accept display and classified advertising. U.S. subscription price is currently $30 per year. Writer’s guidelines and ad rates are available from the editor.

MONTESSORI NEWS

International Montessori Society
9525 Georgia Ave #200
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone:301-589-1127
Fax: 301-920-0764
Email: havis@imsmontessori.org
Website: www.imsmontessori.org

Newspaper of the International Montessori Society. Published semiannually in the spring and fall. Provided to all IMS members. This publication offers a variety of articles about IMS and Montessori teaching designed espcially for parents and other non-professional educators interested in Montessori education.

MONTESSORI OBSERVER

International Montessori Society
9525 Georgia Ave #200
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Phone:301-589-1127
Fax: 301-920-0764
Email: havis@imsmontessori.org
Website: www.imsmontessori.org

The newsletter of the International Montessori Society. Published four times a year for society members throughout the world. The Observer provides substantive pratical knowledge about Montessori teaching, and current news and information about the progress of the IMS work on behalf the “new education” throughout the world. Free samples are available upon request.

The MONTESSORI OBSERVER

The Montessori Observer
2998 LaVista Road
Decatur, GA 30033
Voice: 404 321-9304
Email: kalpanak@arbormontessori.org

The Observer is our school’s newsletter that has expaned in size and contact as has our school. Montessori and school issues are explored with emphasis on the differences across the levels of Primary, elementary and Middle School. Featured articles are available online. Please contact the school before reproducing materials. We would be happy to send you a copy if you contact us.

MONTESSORI THEORY INTO PRACTICE

North American Montessori Teachers’ Association
13693 Butternut Rd.
Burton,  OH  44021-9571
Voice: 440  834-4011
Email: staff@montessori-namta.org
Website: www.montessori-namta.org/

MONTESORI THEORY INTO PRACTICE is the newsletter and job listings of the North American Montessori Teachers’ Association.

NAMTA JOURNAL

North American Montessori Teachers’ Association
13693 Butternut Rd.
Burton,  OH  44021-9571
Voice: 440  834-4011
Email: staff@montessori-namta.org
Website: www.montessori-namta.org/

The NAMTA JOURNAL is the journal of the North American Montessori Teachers’ Association.

OPEN FORUM

Montessori Educational Programs International, Int. (MEPI)
5901 NW Waukomis Dr.
Kansas City, MO 64151
Voice: 913 287-6354

OPEN FORUM is the magazine of the Montessori Educational Programs International, Inc.

POINT OF INTEREST

Polli Soholt
564 Hawthorne Ave.
Campbell, CA 95008
Voice: 408 377-9888

POINT OF INTEREST is a personal newsletter by Polli Soholt.

PUBLIC SCHOOL MONTESSORIAN

Jola Publications
2933 N. 2nd St.
Minneapolis, MN 5541
Website: www.jolapub.com

The Public School Montessorian is a quarterly independent newspaper covering a broad range of Montessori educational topics and issues. They publish a compreshensive Montessori Community Resource Directory.

TOMORROW’S CHILD

Montessori Foundation / International Montessori Council
PO Box 130
Terra Ceia,  FL  34250-0130
Voice: 941 729-9565 or 800-655-5843
Fax: 941 312-0825
Email: IMC@montessori.org
Website:  www.montessori.org/

TOMORROW’S CHILD is the magazine of the Montessori Foundation.

UPDATE

Montessori Public School Consortium (NAMTA)
11424 Bellflower Rd. NE
Cleveland, OH 44106
Voice: 216 421-1905
Fax: 216 421-8193
Email: staff@montessori-namta.org
Website:  www.montessori-namta.org

UPDATE is the newsletter of the Montessori Public School Consortium (North American Montessori Teachers’ Association).

VISIONS

Montessori Institute of America
6514-C Stone Lodge Road
Nine Mile Falls, WA 99026
Toll Free: 1-888-564-9556

The VISIONS is the newsletter of the Montessori Institute of America (MIA).

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