Graduate Testimonial

Newborough Teacher Training Institute has given me the confidence to move ahead in my teaching vocation. It gave me the opportunity to step back and reflect on what I do, how well I do it, and where I can improve as an educator in the classroom.

I found the Montessori Early Childhood Education Program to be intensive, and very personalized, while affording me with valuable one-on-one relationships with the faculty.

Newborough Teacher Training Institute has delivered on its promise of quality in their lectures and course work. I have never worked so hard, nor felt so proud of the work I have accomplished, as I did while attending the course offered by the Newborough, and learning the Montessori teaching method.

Jennifer Battaglini

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Early Childhood Montessori Teacher Education Course Curriculum

Course Description

The Early Childhood Montessori course may be completed over a minimum period of ten months. That translates into at least 840 hours in the lecture room, in the classroom working with children, completing assignments and projects, and developing your albums and required materials.

The student teachers will learn about the purpose, and the educational philosophy of the Montessori materials being presented to them. We provide you with an opportunity to get hands-on practice with the materials, under the supervision of an instructor.

This includes studying:

  • Pre-natal and Post-natal Child Care
  • Birth Process
  • Periods of Physical Development from 0 through 6 years
  • Physiological Education from Birth through Six years of age
  • Behaviour Management / Practical Life
  • Purpose and practical presentations of everyday living exercises (Practical Life)
  • Normalization
  • Development of Movement and Personality
  • Development of Education of the Senses: Visual, Tactile, Auditory, Olfactory, Baric, Thermic, and Stereognostic
  • Purpose and practical presentations of the Sensorial materials
  • Development of Language and the teaching of: Phonetic Alphabet, Writing, Reading and Early Grammar
  • Teaching Numbers and Arithmetic/Mathematics
  • Music and Movement
  • Child Observation: language behaviour and development, physical and motor coordination, cognitive behaviour and development, emotional and social behaviour
  • Approach to teaching cultural subjects: History, Geography, Biology, Anatomy and Science Experiments
  • Other Setting Observation
  • Arts and Crafts
  • Homework – Projects, Essays, Making Albums, Making Montessori Materials
  • Practicum – a qualified Montessori teacher will supervise the student teacher during his/her practice teaching with students in a Montessori environment
  • Exams: Practical and Written
Instruction is given on the presentation, purpose, and the educational philosophy of the Montessori materials. The institute also provides an excellent opportunity for the students to have hands-on practice with the materials under the supervision of an instructor.
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