Montessori educators present key lessons to introduce children to the name and learning outcomes of each Montessori material. After a Key Lesson, the children work with the Montessori material independently to practice, explore, and make connections to the key learning outcomes.
During this time, Montessori educators stand back, observe how the children are learning, and document their progress. An educator will only intervene if needed, to encourage children’s independence, as there is a direct link between children’s sense of empowerment and their ability to learn and retain new skills and information.
The Montessori Campus holds that success in the teaching profession in general, and in Montessori Education specifically requires a unique combination of abilities and skills. Montessori teachers throughout the history of this educational movement have come from a variety of backgrounds. Our admissions requirements and procedures are designed with this in mind, allowing applicants ample opportunity to demonstrate sincere interest and ability to develop the skills and knowledge needed for success in both this teacher education program and their career as a Montessori Educator.
Fluency in both spoken and written English is required of all The Montessori Campus students. Students for whom English is not their first language will be required to provide proof of proficiency in the English language through written assessment
Montessori diploma helps to develop the practical knowledge of teaching so that prospective teachers develop a strong understanding of their role in education. The diploma in Montessori education is designed to train and equip Montessori teachers with an understanding of the trends, theories and approaches necessary for the holistic development of a child. With this diploma in Montessori training learners will be equipped with hands-on techniques and strategies for teaching and engaging young learners with special focus on differentiated instruction, cooperative learning, teaching literacy and numeracy. It will also provide practice in assessment strategies and tools for very young learners, including portfolios, anecdotal notes, observations etc. Our montessori diploma both online and on-campus helps the teachers to understand the lesson that corresponds with each material and to guide the child through a carefully prepared environment. This early years program equips the teachers to make children self-directed learners who can solve problems, think critically and work independent.
Montessori Workspace offers a streamlined online tool that helps you support your teachers with effective lesson planning and record keeping. Help your teachers guide their students’ learning journeys with custom curricula and easy-to-retrieve data, which helps you generate progress reports and stay in better communication with parents and families. With Montessori Workspace, you can keep track of your school’s progress, generate custom reports in a timely manner, and help your teachers do what they do best: guide their students.
The early childhood is seen as the most significant stage of any child’s development as the brain and psychological changes that occur impacts his or her entire life. The more stimulating the environment is for the child, the more he or she grows intellectually and learns rapidly.
The sensitivity of children during these stages makes it of utmost importance to ensure that they receive the best care and education in order for them to reach their full cognitive and social potential. The programme, therefore, covers in-depth study of child development and learning as well as units of study in key learning areas such as (languages, Arts, Mathematics, Health and Wellbeing and Science) and examines the important relationships between the early childhood educator, parents, caregivers and the community.
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