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SPANISH ASQ WORKSHOP

Ages and Stages Questionnaires: Comprehensive Use and Monitoring Implementation in Montessori Settings (ASQ:3 and ASQ:SE-2)

6 Professional Development hours (ORO Set II, LEC and OA/STARS)

$50 OMA members / $100 non-OMA members

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Dates:

  • Thursday 9/30, 6-8pm (Zoom)
  • Saturday 10/2, 9am-1:30pm (in person at Parkrose Montessori, 1700 NE 132 Ave Portland OR 97230)*

*Requirements: Attendees must be masked and bring proof of vaccination for the Saturday session

Presenter: Dalia Avello

Join Dalia Avello, Researcher and Master Trainer in a practical analysis of the key role that developmental assessment plays in early childhood programs.

Learn how, where and why the Ages & Stages Questionnaires are being widely used in the United States. Through presentations, discussions and practical exercises we will explore every aspect behind the correct use of these tools as well as key elements to consider when designing a program-wide implementation of a developmental monitoring screening program.

Program:
Part I: Assessment in Early Childhood Settings
Part II: ASQ:3 characteristics, application, scoring and referral
Part III: ASQ:SE-2 characteristics, application, scoring and referral
Part IV: Use and monitoring implementation in Montessori settings (designing, implementing, delivering results and working with families)

All materials needed to start the program are included.

 


 



Assistant 101: Explore what it means to be a Montessori Assistant

*registration has closed*

4 Set I Professional Development hours (ORO/STARS)

$50 OMA members / $100 non-OMA members

Dates: Wednesday, September 1st, 3-5pm & Saturday, October 2nd, 10am-12pm
Presenters: Virginia Stone Rogers (A to I), Tammy Ulrich (Primary), and Gabriel Barber (Elementary)
Location: Online

Back by popular demand!

Join experienced Infant/Toddler, Primary, and Elementary Trained guides for a meaningful day developing and enriching your skills as an assistant in a Montessori Classroom.

What principles form the foundation of an excellent learning environment? Where do you fit in and what can you do to support the children and other adults you work with on a daily basis? Through presentations, discussion and activities we will explore how Montessori education encompasses recent research on essential principles of successful learning environments. 

Drawing upon your own classroom experiences for inspiration, we’ll deepen our understanding of the prepared environment, learn more about how to foster supportive interactions with children, and discuss ways to maintain our enthusiasm and energy throughout the school year.

Theory topics include:

  • History of Montessori Education
  • What is Montessori & how does it work
  • Child Development ages 0-12 & beyond
  • Roles and Duties of the Assistant
  • Observation, How to intervene

Practical activities include:

  • Everyday responsibilities
  • Positive guidance techniques
  • Communication with the guide
  • Material making, songs and leading groups


Ages and Stages Questionnaires: Comprehensive Use and Monitoring Implementation in Montessori Settings (ASQ:3 and ASQ:SE-2) *registration has closed*

6 Professional Development hours (ORO Set II, LEC and OA/STARS)

$50 OMA members / $100 non-OMA members

View Brochure

Dates: Thursday, August 26th, 6-8pm & Saturday, August 28th, 9am-1:30pm
Presenter: Dalia Avello
Location: Online

Join Dalia Avello, Researcher and Master Trainer in a practical analysis of the key role that developmental assessment plays in early childhood programs.

Learn how, where and why the Ages & Stages Questionnaires are being widely used in the United States. Through presentations, discussions and practical exercises we will explore every aspect behind the correct use of these tools as well as key elements to consider when designing a program-wide implementation of a developmental monitoring screening program.

Program
Part I: Assessment in Early Childhood Settings
Part II: ASQ:3 characteristics, application, scoring and referral
Part III: ASQ:SE-2 characteristics, application, scoring and referral
Part IV: Use and monitoring implementation in Montessori settings (designing, implementing, delivering results and working with families)

All materials needed to start the program are included– OMA will coordinate with you to deliver your materials prior to the first session