The Michigan Montessori Society strives to conduct two educational workshops each year. Traditionally, these are scheduled on the first Saturday of November and the second Saturday of March. However, the specific dates are set each year according to the availability of the guest speakers. The workshops are designed to meet the needs of both teachers and parents.

Save the Date for the Fall
Michigan Montessori Society Conference!
Saturday, November 5, 2016
8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Macomb Community College
14500 E. 12 Mile Road
Warren, MI 48088

Conference Topics:
A.M. session - Transformation of the Spirit
P.M. session - From Pink Tower Through Cube Root - The Spiral Curriculum

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Fall Michigan Montessori Society Conference

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Rosemary Quaranta, MEd is currently Clinical Faculty and Head of the Lab School at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She is a graduate of Edgecliff College (which merged with Xavier University in 1980), The Washington Montessori Institute, and Cleveland State University where she received her Master’s Degree in Education with a specialization in Montessori. Rosemary holds AMI credentials (EC, EI-II) and has over thirty years of experience in Montessori classrooms. She has also been a strong lecturer for AMS and MACTE accredited programs. Rosemary launched the Elementary Montessori School and Teacher Education Program at Seton Montessori Institute in Clarendon, Hills, Illinois. She is passionate about Montessori Education, consulting and lecturing with schools nationally and internationally.

Jennifer Nolan is Head of School and Early Childhood Program Coordinator at Seton Montessori School in Clarendon Hills, IL. Jennifer holds an AMS credential in Early Childhood Education and Administration and a Journalism Degree from the University of Missouri Columbia. As a faculty lecturer and Administrator Program Coordinator for the Seton Montessori Institute, Jennifer is an experienced Montessori educator and educational leader specializing in organizational communication, staff development, parent education, practical life curricula, and supporting children and families of children with special needs. She has a special passion for supporting the spiritual development of the Montessori adult. She has presented at a number of local, national and international conferences.
Montessori Certifications: EC - AMS, Admin - AMS, Bachelors of Journalism-University of Missouri-Columbia