Researchers are increasingly contributing to the body of knowledge about Montessori education. In the AMS Research Library, you will find scholarly resources curated from a range of platforms. Look for:
Dissertations and theses vetted by college and university faculty for appropriate research methods and conclusions.
Peer-reviewed journal articles, the foundation of scholarly research because they are considered to be the most rigorous and valid sources of information.
White papers authored by members of the AMS Research Committee that address issues of importance to Montessorians.
Action research projects reporting on research designed and conducted by practitioners to solve an immediate problem or improve their own practice.
Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: An Intersection with Montessori Education
This article outlines the basic tenets of CRP and examines how Montessori education, through specific components of its philosophy and curriculum, together with the teacher's thoughtful cultivation and internalization of cultural competence, is in alignment with this pedagogy. By Cynthia Brunold-Conesa
Assessing the Relationship between Executive Function and Social Skills in Young Children - 2020 Conference
Assessing the Relationship between Executive Function and Social Skills in Young Children - 2020 Conference - Presenters: Tracey N. Sulak, PhD, Janet Bagby,PhD, Marie Kirkpatrick, Felicity Frost, Stephanie Fritz, Anneka Harralson, Brandon Parker, Allyson Yturralde & Crystal L. Collins