The introductory course to Montessori education that we present is a week-long training, 12 hours of content and dedication. We will teach an introduction to Montessori Philosophy and a tour of the different working areas of Montessori pedagogy. We will do it through a theoretical exposition, illustrated with practical examples of some activity presentations, in the various areas.
The Montessori approach stands out among the pedagogies of active education or New school, for having been consolidated for more than a hundred years, since its bases have been validated by Neurosciences and have been successfully extended to non-school settings.
Although Dr Montessori began her work with children with disabilities and later focused on the 3- to 6-year-old level, she established guidelines to extend the method from birth to three years, as well as in primary school and adolescence.
This educational approach promotes the harmonious development of the motor, intellectual, emotional and social areas, from a personalised approach. It also emphasizes the role of the human being who collaborates with the balance of nature and promotes peace.
Identify the historical context of María Montessori and the beginnings of her method.
Recognise the importance of the basic elements of Montessori pedagogy: the prepared environment, the guide and the materials.
Identify the main characteristics of development from birth to twelve years of age.
Know the general purposes of the main working areas and the characteristics of some materials.
Know the guidelines of daily work in the Montessori classroom.
Identify the main aspects for the implementation of this pedagogy.
Students will have the necessary readings for training through our virtual campus
This Montessori Education course is aimed at:
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From 13/07/2020 to 19/07/2020
Digital IMI Certificate