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Experts Speak at Etonkids Early Education Workshops

June, 2010
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Etonkids Montessori Teacher Training Academy (EMTTA) was proud to present talks by two experts in Montessori and Early Education designed to inform and enlighten. Eva Parrucci and Anna Perry each gave rousing lectures at the EMTTA Early Education Workshop at the Palm Spring Club House on Thursday, April 22nd. Topics included “Inside the Montessori Infant-Toddler Community” by Eva Parrucci and “Reggio Emilia & Waldorf: A Comparison” presented by Anna Perry. Presentations were in English with simultaneous Chinese translation, and many Chinese and expat education experts came together to enjoy the occasion.

EMTTA seeks to hold events like this and invite leaders like Eva and Anna who can help people better understand the international practices of these educational philosophies. Eva Parrucci has over thirty years of experience as a Montessori teacher, school director, and teacher educator. She holds credentials from the American Montessori Society for Infant-Toddler, Early Childhood and School Administration. She has lectured on educational topics in North America, South Korea, Brazil and Slovenia. Anna P. Perryis currently the Executive Director of Seton Montessori Institute and Schools, based in Clarendon Hills, Illinois. She holds a B.A. from Tufts University, an Ed.M. from Harvard University, and is currently pursuing her Ph.D. at the Erikson Institute. Anna also received her American Montessori Society (AMS) Teacher Certification from the NYU Montessori Teacher Education Program and her AMS Administrator Credential from Seton Montessori Institute. 

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