Child Study Workshop 22-23
The Child Study Workshop is an online facilitated community of practice for school-based Child Study Leads and teachers who are leading the implementation of Child Study in their schools. Please note that participants must have previously completed NCMPS Child Study Training to be eligible for this workshop. You will be prompted to enter the date of your training after completing registration.
Participants of this workshop will:
- meet with the Child Study Training instructor 12 times over the course of the school year
- receive support in successfully implementing Child Study at their school and deepening their understanding of the process
- problem-solve in real time and work on student action plans as they roll out the program in their schools
- collaboratively work through case studies
- receive all the updated tools and forms for the Child Study Training
This workshop meets from 4:00-5:00pm ET on the following Tuesdays:
- August 30
- September 13
- October 4
- November 1
- November 29
- December 13
- January 10
- January 31
- February 21
- March 21
- April 18
- May 9
Paying by check: We accept payment via most credit cards. To request to pay by check, use this form. You will not be registered until your check has been received. Once your check has been received, we will enter your registration for the event and confirm via email. For questions about payment, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos and Video: NCMPS may take photos or record video during this event. By participating in this event, you consent to your likeness being used for promotional purposes without compensation, and you release NCMPS from any liability related to this use. If you do not want your likeness used in this way, you may inform the event staff, and NCMPS will make its best effort to prevent such use.
About the Instructor
María Carvajal has 20 years of experience in teaching, educational research, consulting, mentorship, and program management in El Salvador, Mexico, Spain, and the U.S. She is a certified AMI elementary guide with primary teaching experience, and holds a B.A. and M.A. in Humanities from the University of Navarra and a M.Ed. in Montessori Elementary Education from Loyola University Maryland. María’s professional interests include trauma-informed care, English learner education, and early intervention. For research, she is currently focused on at-risk student populations, receptive and expressive language delays, and associations between social-emotional competence and literacy skills in children.