Accommodations for the Learning Different Child in a Montessori Classroom
A learning different child can be successful in a Montessori classroom with specific accommodations. This workshop will give an overview of the learning different child, and detail effective accommodations and how to implement them in a Montessori classroom. Accommodations for weaknesses in the following areas will be covered: reading, handwriting, ADHD, and executive functioning.
Pauline has been a Montessori teacher for 25 years. While teaching at the Shelton School in Dallas, Pauline was extensively trained in techniques on improving the education of children with learning differences. She holds certificates as a Certified Academic Language Therapist, a Dyslexia Therapist, and an AMS Early Childhood and Elementary I Montessori teacher. She is a trainer for MACAR, an AMS Early Childhood trainer, and is currently an AMS board member.