Introduction to Montessori
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 January 2013 13:13
Three-Day Introduction to Montessori/Montessori Overview Course
Meets 1x a month for 3 months:
Sunday, March 3 * Saturday, April 6 * Sunday May 19
10:00 am - 6:00 pm (including lunch and working breaks)
All classes will be held in the beautiful Early Childhood model classroom at the Montessori Children's Center located in White Plains, New York
SPACES ARE LIMITED!
CALL OR EMAIL TO REGISTER TODAY!
Introduction to Montessori covers the fundamental principles of Montessori education: the Montessori theory of human development, central role of observation, and Montessori educational practices in the Early Childhood classroom.
Introduction to Montessori is a core course requirement for AMS Infant/Toddler and Elementary 6-9 certification, for those who do not already have Early Childhood certification. It is an excellent course for Assistants working in a 3-6 classroom or for anyone interested in finding out more about the Montessori approach to education.
If you have assistants or substitutes already working in the classroom, this 3-day program will be a great help in their work now.
The class will be held in a beautiful model Early Childhood Montessori classroom at the Montessori Children’s Center, giving participants the chance to interact with a range of Montessori materials and experience first-hand the benefits of a well-designed Montessori environment. The classes will be held in the classroom.
As we are holding this in our early childhood classroom, space is limited. So please register today!