Teachers Section Symposium Makes First Visit to Canada

Al-Dakheel, Ilham
April 1999
Montessori Life;Spring99, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p22
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the first visit to Canada of the American Montessori Society (AMS) Teachers Section Touring Symposium. It states that the visit was made possible when Trish Calvert presented "The Family as the Cradle of Culture" on November 7, 1998. Sherie de Mel named a concurrent visit by Michael Eanes as a second historic event in the field of preschool education in Canada. The symposium ended with the official presentation of certificates of attendance signed jointly by the AMS, the Canadian Montessori Academy, and the University of Ottawa in Ontario.


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