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"The School Where the Children Live" by David Ayer and Elise Huneke Stone, The NAMTA Journal,Winter, 2006. Used by permission.
"Hershey Montessori School Adolescent Community on the Farm: The Adolescent Community," by Heide Aungst and David Kahn, M: The Magazine for Montessori Families, January, 2006 (adapted from an article in Cleveland Magazine).
"Occupation Projects, the Micro-Economy, and Student Managers: Meeting the Needs of Adolescents," by Laurie Ewert-Krocker, The NAMTA Journal, Winter, 2006.
Occupation Planning: Objectives for Evaluation. Hershey Montessori School Adolescent Community on the Farm curriculum planning document.
Humanities—Sample Four-Week Study. Hershey Montessori School Adolescent Community on the Farm curriculum planning document.
Humanities Outline. Hershey Montessori School Adolescent Community on the Farm curriculum planning document.
"The Adolescent: Taking on the Task of Humanity—Conducting the Dialogue Between Nature and Supranature." Unpublished paper by Laurie Ewert-Krocker
"Optimal Developmental Outcomes: The Social, Moral, Cognitive, and Emotional Dimensions of a Montessori Education," by Annette Haines, Kay Baker, and David Kahn. Sources: The NAMTA Journal25:2, Spring, 2000; The NAMTA Journal 26:1, Winter, 2001; The NAMTA Journal 28:1, Winter 2003.
NAMTA's Role in the History of Montessori Adolescent Programming
The AMI Montessori Orientation to Adolescent Studies
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Hershey Montessori School Adolescent Community on the Farm | Montessori High School at University Circle
Hershey Montessori Training Institute