At IMI, we have designed these 100% online 15-day courses that introduce education professionals and families to the pedagogical model created by Dr Maria 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 the daily activities of the home, 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 3 to 6 years, through activities that reinforce sensory development and cognitive. Between the ages of 3 and 6, children need a space that stimulates their sensory, movement, and cognitive needs and that enhances their growing interest in reading and writing. Furthermore, during this stage of schooling, an adequate articulation between family and school is essential, in which bonds of trust and security are created.
During this stage, home activities and outings should be aimed at promoting verbal, graphic and artistic expression.
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.
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This training helps us to know how to prepare activities and walks, creating expectations and awakening the interest of the children. In addition to contributing to their sensory and cognitive development, the natural environment will become a setting for learning and creating family bonds. As a result of these activities, activities can be carried out at home through the collected materials and lived experiences.
“For the young child, art is life, and life is art.”
Carrying out family activities outdoors contribute to learning and knowledge of the world around us. The identification of the elements of the natural and cultural environment enhance observation and improve fixed social relationships, as well as behavior patterns in different environments.
“For the young child, art is life, and life is art”
Exit planning becomes an opportunity to experience the first temporal and spatial notions from the closest stimuli. Direct contact with nature and performing stimulating plastic activities also work on two-dimensionality and three-dimensionality.
One of the most important aspects of Montessori pedagogy is to involve children in daily tasks, thus awakening feelings of empathy and sensitivity in addition to improving their autonomy.
The activities of daily life can serve to improve the autonomy of children and the development of their motor, intellectual and social skills. This training allows parents to know and design, through everyday objects, simple and attractive activities to share with the family.
All the activities that we carry out in our day to day hide an enormous wealth. The course aims to show us how these tasks allow the development of human tendencies and enhance the absorbing mind of children in order to acquire concepts such as order, motor skills, coordination and internal development.
Everyday tasks are organized based on their purpose; movement, personal care and care for the environment. The training introduces us to the different activities that we can do at home and the elements necessary to carry them out.
In this training we will delve into subjects such as:
In this training we will see how to stimulate oral, verbal and graphic expression at home, in a complementary way to school, which allows language development and communication with children. The course allows us to reflect on the importance of expression and requires activities and materials to promote it.
We will delve into content as interesting as:
“Any unnecessary aid is an obstacle to development” Maria Montessori.
During this training we will see that between 3 and 6 years old children need an environment conducive to sensory and cognitive stimulation. For this reason, it is important that we know the procedures to follow to make our home a “prepared environment”. Furthermore, we are at a stage in which school becomes part of daily life, so new routines and habits must be defined.
All course content is available 24 hours a day on campus online.
On the online campus you will get access to forums where you can ask questions, private chat to contact the trainers and a computer support team.
Access to the forum with content to expand knowledge and resolve doubts with the trainer and other students
Students will receive help and support from the trainers.
I have loved the course in its entirety. All the resources and material provided were excellent and Marta’s professionalism and warmth with us has been optimal. I have been delighted.
It is a complete course, interesting and with an unbeatable teacher. He learned many things and I want more.
As adults, we influence the development of the little ones, especially in the upbringing between 3 to 6 years. Therefore, favoring their physical autonomy during the first years of life will also favor the development of their intellectual and moral autonomy in the future.
In turn, today’s society sets changing and accelerated patterns of behavior that end up influencing the upbringing of our children. To minimize this impact, Montessori courses at home offer us the necessary tools to contribute to the physical, intellectual and moral autonomy of children through habits and activities that reinforce cognitive and sensory development.
Montessori Assistant at the International Montessori Institute
The only training centre with offices in Spain and Mexico to offer Montessori training with university recognition for the Infant and Primary stages.