Cincinnati Montessori Society
A volunteer society that hosts a yearly Montessori Confrence in Cincinnati, Ohio, as well as various professional development opportunities throughout the year. Publishes a quarterly Montessori newsletter and provides all around support to those looking to stay connected within the Montessori community.
American Montessori Consulting
One of the oldest Montessori sites, with a strong focus on locating resources for homeschoolers. They also publish an on-line magazine and host on-line chats.
The pioneers in creating an all-purpose web for those interested in everything Montessori. They do web pages for schools, too.
International Montessori Index
Lots of good stuff but this site requires a critical eye. It is described as the “official international Montessori website.” for people seeking “true” Montessori. With the many Montessori organizations, there is, of course, no official Montessori anything and lots of differences about what constitutes “truth.” Despite a stated commitment to being an open, comprehensive site, it is primarily an AMI site, with additional listings or non-AMI folks willing to pay. Still, Susan Stephenson’s knowledge of and love for the Montessori approach shows through and should provide insights for many users.
International Montessori Society
Despite the name, it’s a one-person operation: Lee Havis’ unique take on Montessori education.
Montessori for the Earth
Lisa Bodecker’s personalized support system for those interested in Montessori education, with lots of information for distance learning and materials you can purchase.
Montessori Foundation/Montessori Online
Tim Seldin’s ambitious effort to provide a great quantity of high-quality material on Montessori education. This has information on the International Montessori Council, too.
Montessori Great Lessons Page
Public school teacher Barbara Dubinsky has developed tools to help any elementary teacher help students use theinternet to follow up on the Great Lessons.
Montessori Teachers Collective
Don Jennings may be the hardest working man in the Montessori world. He’s uploaded everything from albums or a program to let you use a Palm to track student progress. Message board, quotes, a web ring… you get tired just thinking about what he might be thinking. This website surprises with every visit.
North American Montessori Teachers’ Association
The site of choice for many AMI-oriented Montessorians,with information and summaries of conferences.