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Course price

  • 100% online course
  • 15 days duration
  • Starts: 19/10/2020
  • Ends: 01/11/2020 
  • This training is taught in English
  • Tutorial videos
  • Interactive forum
  • Theoretical content
  • Theoretical and practical exercises
  • Limited places



At IMI, we have designed these 100% online 15-day courses that introduce education professionals and families to the pedagogical model created by Dr. María Montessori at the beginning of the 20th century. In addition, it allows parents an approach to the most current research on parenting and focuses their attention on the development of their needs and potential.

These formations allow us to learn about Montessori pedagogy and how to introduce it into daily home activities, contributing to the optimal development of its autonomy.

Montessori at home are a set of four online trainings of 15 days each, on Montessori Pedagogy that allows this pedagogical model to be brought closer to families and to all people interested in this educational method.

With a total of 4 formations, independent but related to each other, Montessori at home offers the necessary tools to contribute to the physical, intellectual and moral autonomy of boys and girls for the stage of 0 to 3 years, through activities that reinforce cognitive development and sensory.

These courses also aim to convey the importance of knowing how to create a suitable and stimulating environment at home that responds to the needs and potential of children.



This training aims to offer criteria, methodologies and practical suggestions to contribute to physical autonomy from birth to 3 years.

In addition, the necessary skills are offered to develop both intellectual and moral autonomy through the management of routines and the preparation of the ideal environment that affects the safety, confidence and motivation of children.





The Montessori approach

One of the pillars of the Montessori view regarding development in the 0-3 age stage is confidence in the innate potential of children. As adults, we influence their development by repeating ways of doing without prior reflection.

  • What guidelines can we follow to promote their autonomy?
  • When to intervene and how to act?

Favouring their physical autonomy during the first years of life will contribute to the intellectual autonomy that will develop in their childhood and will strengthen their moral autonomy in youth. The activities of daily life during this stage will allow the development of intelligence.

  • Should we buy Montessori materials or can we use everyday objects?
  • What objects should be present in your environment?

The acquisition of autonomous movements and full motor development is benefited by the design of the environment together with appropriate clothing. Our customs must contribute to creating a rich and stimulating literacy environment for language development.

  • How do we promote reading? What criteria should we follow?
  • How do we enrich your orality?

Advantages of autonomy

Autonomy favours:

  • Self-confidence.
  • Trust with the world around.
  • Motivation before new challenges.

The absorbent mind

    Dr. Montessori believes that children have the ability to build themselves thanks to the great absorption capacity of their mind. Fostering physical, moral, and intellectual autonomy is a progressive process that takes place from birth in which it is necessary:
  • Order and orientation with space.
  • Exploration.
  • Manipulation and activity.
  • The repetition.

The environment

To promote the freedom and independence of children it is necessary:

  • An environment to explore freely.
  • An environment of trust, affection and closeness.
  • Activities that stimulate senses.

Building an ideal environment conducive to freedom of movement allows our children to experience their physical environment and improve the control of their body. As adults we should not set limits.

The course offers the precise tools for designing activities and the necessary guidelines to integrate them into our daily life, both at home and in activities carried out outdoors.

The role of the adult

When is our help timely? What can you do alone? Normally, adults are used to intervening automatically, preventing the child’s autonomous development.

For this reason, we must take into account:

  • The observation.
  • Safety.
  • Allow mistakes.
  • The routines.

Activity design

Involving children in our daily activities at home and in the classroom will improve their autonomy and safety. In addition, we will promote these skills by devising activities that take into account:

  • Contact with living beings.
  • The diversity of materials.
  • Improving physical and mental abilities.




€12 the course


€38 The Pack (€9,50 the course)





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19/10/2020 - 1/11/2020


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