The Early Childhood Overview course is a professionally guided introduction to the essential elements and values of the Early Childhood Montessori environment through the exploration of didactic materials.
It is recommended for those interested in the Montessori method:
- Teachers who want to start a new career path
- Parents who would like to learn educational activities to share with their child
- Assistants who are new to Montessori
- Anyone who would simply like a taste of how Montessori philosophy is a unique comprehensive learning experience for children.
Through taking this course, you will learn more about the values and philosophy of Montessori education, to see if it well aligns with your own expectations.
The course is in English.
What you will study
The course is divided into eight modules:
- Module 0: Instruction to Course
- Module 1: Philosophy
- Module 2: Child Development
- Module 3: Observation
- Module 4: Practical Life
- Module 5: Sensorial Area
- Module 6: Mathematics
- Module 7: Language
- Module 8: Cosmic
Each module has supplementary videos and reading exercises, in addition to instructor guided videos.
Live Online Lessons
With the course Adult Learners will also get 6 Live Online Lessons with AMS certified instructor and the Early Childhood expert, Jennifer Varbanov.
You will get a Duhovka Certificate of completion at the end of your course. If you are thinking about joining the main full-diploma training, the assignments listed throughout this course will be thoroughly examined by the instructor at the appropriate time, to ensure that you are credited for the 40 hours spent learning online.
The course fulfills the compulsory pre-requisite to the AMS Elementary and Toddler certificate course for participants who do not hold an approved Early Childhood credential.