Anti-Bias & Social Justice in Montessori Communities
PNMA 2020 Winter Seminar details coming soon!
Saturday, February 8, 2020 from 8:30 AM-4:00 PM
$90 for PNMA Members & $125 for the General Public
The Main Dining Hall in the 9000 Student Union Building
16101 Greenwood Avenue N. Shoreline, WA 98133
WA Clock Hours or Merit/STARS Credits available for this event!
Online Registration is Now Open
Erin Ruzicka Trondson of Madison is an early childhood educator, teaching since 1997 and serving as the Head of School at Woodland Montessori School, a non-profit, City of Madison accredited preschool. In addition, Trondson teaches Infant and Toddler Programs (TED 330) online for UW-River Falls.
Trondson recently completed her Master of Science degree and research at UW-Madison in Curriculum and Instruction. Her thesis, “Montessori Education and Social Justice: Overlap, Potential, & Areas for Growth,” tied for the first-place honor. The full thesis is available online in the AMS Research Library.Trondson holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UW-Madison as well as a Montessori credential from Seton Montessori Institute in Chicago, Ill. She is also a poet and the winner of the third annual Apprentice House Chapbook Competition for her manuscript, “Nesting.”
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