*Proposed* Seattle Area Primary Course

Montessori Northwest has proposed an Association Montessori International (AMI) satellite training for primary education to begin this Summer. The goal is to bring AMI training to the Seattle Area.

*Proposed* Course Details

The *proposed* course will consist of three six-week sections during the summers of 2017, 2018, and 2019, with one additional week of instruction during Spring Break of 2018. The *proposed* location is Highline Public School in Des Moines, Washington (map). Mary Raudonis Loew is the *proposed* Director of Training for this primary course. Mary has been working in the field of Montessori education since 1963 when she received primary training in Washington DC. She has 23 years of classroom experience and has established primary training courses in three cities. She has offered workshops in all area of Montessori pedagogy, and serves as a consultant and examiner for AMI.

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We are now accepting applications for the *Proposed* Seattle Area Primary training.

Step 1: Fill out our online application.

Step 2: Attend one of our informational webinars (details coming soon). These info sessions will focus on course details, observation and practice teaching, album submissions, and financial aid.

Step 3: Submit your application packet. Note: letters of reference and transcripts take the longest, so start collecting them now or have them mailed directly to MNW.

Important dates:

  • 3/24   Online Application Due
  • 3/28   Webinar Info Session I (details coming soon)
  • 4/6     Webinar Info Session II (details to coming soon)
  • 4/17   Complete Application Packets Due
  • 4/28   Admissions Decision Notification

This *proposed* course will need a minimum of 22 students to ensure that it becomes a reality. Please contact Braden Pemberton at 503-963-8992 or braden@montessori-nw.org if you have any questions. We appreciate your support as we embark on this new venture to bring AMI Teacher Training to the Seattle Area.