Margarita Diaz

Margarita Diaz is an experienced, certified bilingual Montessori educator with a demonstrated history of working in Montessori education for more than 19 years. Margarita’s passion is to motivate educators and parents about the importance of bilingual education and the Montessori philosophy.  She is a teacher trainer at the Institute for Advanced Montessori Studies, a speaker at American Montessori Society (AMS) conferences, co-founder of AMS en Español Affinity Group, and a Montessori consultant and tutor. She is a Montessori certified Elementary I, II and Montessori coach certified from the National Center Montessori in the Public Sector (NCMPS).

Margarita was the first Spanish elementary teacher at a bilingual Montessori public charter school in Washington, DC, where she developed the entire 1st-5th grade dual language curriculum. Later, she assumed the role of Montessori Coach, Assistant Principal, and Director of the Elementary program.

She regularly gives conferences nationally and internationally in English and Spanish about Montessori education, with an emphasis on Dual Language Education, Peace Education, Cosmic Education, and Public Education.

Margarita speaks, reads, and writes with fluency in Spanish, French, and English, and also speaks basic Portuguese. She is a mother of two daughters and lives in Washington, DC with her husband. She enjoys running, cooking, coloring, dancing, reading, and writing.

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Margarita Diaz

Navigating Multilingualism: Practical Insights for Parents and Educators