This course will be onsite.
Timing: 8:45 AM to 3:15 PM
The Montessori Orientation to 3-6 course is an intensive full time programme designed to help interested adults to understand the development of children. It opens the way for adults to assist the child’s development both at home and in school. The programme introduces the philosophy underpinning Montessori practice and some basic practical skills useful in interacting with children. The course would also be of interest to teachers working in Montessori schools, to parents and expecting parents, and childcare professionals from other fields. It would also be preparatory work for those considering the AMI 3-6 Diploma Course. The course work will consist of lectures, readings and discussion.
The theory lectures will offer the students the opportunity to examine the development of the child and the successive phases of child development. Special consideration is given to language, movement and independence leading to all-round development. The carefully prepared environment and the role and attitude of the adult will also be studied.
Students are required to do a minimum of 9 hours of observation. This will be organised by the Institute during the course hours. Based on their observation students are required to record and submit a report.
Students will need to submit written work at regular intervals during the course. These include theory essays, material making assignments and observation reports. All assignments will need to be submitted electronically. Students will be required to scan and upload some of their work. All assignments must be completed in order to receive the certificate.
Email, Internet and Scanning
Students will need regular access to email and the internet throughout the course. All assignments will need to be submitted electronically. Students will be required to scan and upload their work.
The AMI Montessori Orientation to 3-6 Certificate is awarded to those who complete all the requirements. In order to receive the Certificate, the applicant should:
- Submit all the assignments
- Complete the required hours of observation and submit an Observation report
- Have 90% attendance
Students must have a minimum of 90% attendance. Students without the minimum attendance will not be eligible for an AMI certificate.
Lectures will be in English. Coursework must be presented in English. It will be necessary for students to take lecture notes, read Montessori books, write original essays and prepare assignments based on course information.
We welcome candidates from all walks of life and different professions. This course is open to anyone wishing to know more about the Montessori philosophy.
|Indian Nationals||Foreign Nationals||Opening Date||End Date|
||₹ 18762.00||$ 500.00||October 1, 2022||June 9, 2023|
Books and Reading
It is advisable for students to acquire the Montessori books in the Required Reading list. To prepare for the course and for working in a Montessori environment it is good practice to read around the subject. The following list of books is provided to help you begin this process. Some of these books will be made available in the student library.
- Montessori, Maria Citizen of the World Montessori-Pierson Publishing Company
- Montessori, Maria Education for a New World Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria The Child in the Family Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria The Absorbent Mind Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria The Secret of Childhood Orient Black Swan
- Montessori, Maria From Childhood to Adolescence Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria What You Should Know About Your Child Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria Education and Peace Indian Montessori Foundation
- Montessori, Maria The Age of Miracles Indian Montessori Foundation
Books published by Indian Montessori Foundation (IMF) will be available for sale at https://montessori-india.org/store/
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