Assistants to Infancy (0-3 years)

Ante-natal: Classes for expectant mothers and their partners.

Parent/Caregiver and Toddler: Classes for parents/caregivers to learn with their child and gain an understanding of creating supportive environments for children of this age. The class focuses on how to observe the child and how to offer appropriate activities.

Nido: Environments for children between the ages of approximately two and fourteen months specially designed for children who are not yet walking.

Infant Communities: Environments provided for children from approximately fourteen months to three years that focus on developing movement, language, and independence within a social context.

Casa dei Bambini (3-6 years)

Between the ages of 3 and 6, Maria Montessori called this environment Casa dei Bambini (Children’s House). Having created the foundations of their personality, three-year-old children arrive in the prepared environment ready to develop and perfect their abilities. They learn best through real-life activities that support independence and self-efficacy; manipulation of objects to provide concrete sensorial experience; and open-ended exploration leading to the refinement of their movements, sensory perceptions, language and the development of their intellect. All members of this expanded community of 3 to 6-year-olds thrive through opportunities to follow their own interest, freely choose their own activities, develop their capacity for concentration, and engage at their own pace their emerging powers of reason, imagination, and sociability.

Montessori Teacher Education Program (0-3 years)

The first three years of life are the most fundamental in the development of human beings and their potential. It is a period when the core of personality, social skills, and human values are developed. An understanding of the child's development allows Montessori environments to meet the needs of the infant and foster a sense of belonging, independence, and language acquisition enabling children to feel able and capable.

Montessori Teacher Education Program (3-6 years)

Materials and activities are designed to support self-directed discovery and learning, and so are a perfect match for this developmental stage. They are organized around Practical Life activities that develop both independence and social skills; Sensorial activities that refine sensory perception; the development of Spoken Language, Writing and Reading skills; and Mathematical activities that develop fundamental mathematical concepts; as well as activities that reflect upon our human understanding of geography, history, biology, science, music, and the arts. The trained adult guides the children along this journey, helping them become well-adapted individuals, ready to take a positive, pro-social place in their world.

Montessori Diploma course

Infancy (0-3)

Primary (3-6)

Elementary (6-12)

Adolescents (12-18)

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