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Alum Trondson receives outstanding thesis honor from American Montessori Society

August 02, 2017

UW-Madison alumna Erin Ruzicka Trondson earlier this year tied for first place for the 2017 Outstanding Thesis Award given annually by the American Montessori Society (AMS).

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Trondson completed her master’s degree and research with the School of Education’s Department of Curriculum and Instruction. Her Master's thesis is titled: “Montessori Education & Social Justice: Overlap, Potential, & Areas for Growth.”

Trondson has worked in early childhood education since 1997.  She has served as both a teacher and as the head of school at Woodland Montessori School, a non-profit, City of Madison accredited preschool serving ages 16 months through age 6.  In addition to her head of school duties, Trondson is also an adjunct professor at UW-River Falls in the Teacher Education Department.

Trondson also holds a BA from UW-Madison, as well as a Montessori credential from Seton Montessori Institute in Chicago.

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