Published: 28.08.2022

Montessori is a method of education that is based on self-directed activity, hands-on learning and collaborative play. In Montessori classrooms children make creative choices in their learning, while the classroom and the highly trained teacher offer age-appropriate activities to guide the process. Children work in groups and individually to discover and explore knowledge of the world and to develop their maximum potential.

When you enter a classroom, you know that something is different .you can easily recognize Montessori classrooms . You will see children working independently and in groups, often with specially designed learning materials; deeply engaged in their work; and also they're respectful of themselves and their surroundings.

Reggio Emilia approach is based on the structuring education mentality instead of the traditional one. In this
approach the education environment is designed to support socialization, artistic thought, creativeness and
imaginative power. The educator is in the role of a guide and a learner for the children. With the project studies
made by big and small groups, the children are allowed to obtain the information by themselves.

We recommend you our course to discover;
• Learning is part of the process of living.

• Each person is responsible for her/his own learning.

• Montessori teacher preparation provides a context in which to study both child and self.

• Relationships with others in the learning environment must provide a basis for acceptance and mutual support to create a safe space for knowing and being.

• Clear objectives and organization of material and environment facilitate the tasks of both teacher and learner.

• Educational methods which encourage active student participation in the instructional process result in more complete and effective learning.

• Evaluation is an integral part of learning activity; it provides an ongoing clarification of responsibility and facilitates expansion of personal goals.

• Effective assistance for the child depends on the establishment of a helping partnership between educator and parent 

Our Goals are;

-to provide a related group of varied educational experiences that are congruent, on an adult level, with the child's experience and growth in a Montessori setting;

- to convey clearly a conception of the Montessori method as an open-ended system designed to foster autonomy;

- to facilitate the development of personal communication skills for understanding the dynamics of human relationships;

- to communicate effectively organized picture of contemporary knowledge about the sequence of human development from birth through the elementary years and its relation to the 

- to encourage, support, and provide opportunity for methodological and professional competence in the teacher;

- to serve as a consultation resource for early childhood programs in public and private schools;

- to support professional education for Montessori teachers

Who is Reggio Emilia?
The Montessori Method and the Philosophical Basics of the Montessori Method
Traditional Education and Alternative Education Models 

New Education Model
Purposes of Montessori Education
The Montessori's Perspective on the Child and the Child in Society
Freedom and Independence of the Child in the Montessori Method

Sensitive Stages in the Montessori Method
Sensitive Stages in the Montessori Method
Montessori Environment 
Observation in the Montessori Method

Comparison of Montessori Education with Traditional Education
Steps of Montessori Education

Montessori Classes
Features of Montessori Education (Holistic, Universal, Spiritual, Peace.)
Montessori Teaching Principles

Development Goals and Results of the Montessori Method

Some games and Activities in Montessori
Certificate Ceremony

A mobility opportunity offer

Opportunity type
Other mobility opportunity
Host type
Direct host
Country (languages)
Turkey (EN)
01.09.2022 » 07.09.2022

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