HOW CAN WE
HUMAN BETTER?

 

 
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COMMITTED TO SUPPORTING EDUCATORS and education

Based in Denver, Colorado, Great Work is committed to supporting the quality, stability and expansion of learner centered education through high fidelity AMI Montessori teacher training, professional development, exploratory programming with an emphasis on adolescent years, and the cultivation of tools, curriculum and resources that will better support educators and education institutions to serve the needs of students.

 
 
 

MAPS

The Montessori Adolescent Practitioners Symposium, MAPS, is a convening space for peer-to-peer sharing of best practices, cutting edge thinking, and practical strategies in Montessori adolescent education.

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ORIENTATION TO ADOLESCENT STUDIES

The AMI/NAMTA Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies provides an overview of essential Montessori principles and background information necessary to meet the developmental needs of adolescents.

 
 
 

AMI Primary Training

Great Work, Inc. is offering Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Primary teacher training launching Fall of 2019. AMI, the organization Dr. Montessori created in 1929, ensures that their teacher training is the gold standard for study in the Montessori Method for the education of children.

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ADOLESCENT ENTERPRISE: PINWHEEL COFFEE

A collaborative enterprise providing middle and high school students the tools they need to run a successful coffee shop business.

 
 
 

ADOLESCENT
MATH
INSTITUTE

Led by math wizard Michael Waski, The Math Institute offers high quality content, curriculum, materials, workshops and online resources developed and designed specifically for adolescent educators.

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ADOLESCENT
INTRO
WORKSHOPs

A 4-day workshop providing foundational Montessori theory and methodology for working with adolescents.

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The great difficulty of education is to get experience out of ideas.
— George Santayana