Montessori is an educational method based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning, and collaborative learning. Montessori classrooms are environments designed to meet the needs of children in a specific age range. In them, learning is experiential, which leads to a deeper understanding of language, mathematics, science, music, social interactions and other areas.
In Montessori, children learn through their own experience and at their own pace, making creative decisions in their learning under the eyes of Montessori Assistants and Guides (Teachers). The task of the Montessori Assistant is to support the Guide and help maintain the order in the environment. Their work is crucial to better meet the needs of children and favour their learning and autonomy.
All course contents are available 24 hours a day on the online campus. In addition, the student will receive didactic material at home.
Students have access to forums where they can ask questions, a private chat to get in touch with the trainers and an IT support team.
The modules are opened as the course progresses and in each one a webinar is scheduled every week, which are recorded for later viewing.
A personal tool to be developed during each practical module, in which knowledge acquired from each and every material and activity is recorded.
The scientific and humanistic approach of Montessori Education gives the same importance to cognitive, motor, social and emotional development, making it an excellent educational option for the most important stages of human development.
IMI Montessori Assistant training courses:
Choose the age stage that best suits you and get certified as an IMI Montessori Assistant, a qualification with international recognition and validity.
Live the educational practice by placing the child at the centre of learning and respecting their individual needs for physical, intellectual, emotional and social development.