About This Course
The Adult in the Environment course is designed to introduce the role of the teacher from a Montessori viewpoint in a practical fashion to those who have no prior experience, and to act as a refresher for those who have had previous training. The focus is on making connections between the theory and real life ‘classroom’ practice. We acknowledge that the classroom may be formal, run by a childminder or home based - the approach may apply to any setting. This course features videos, reflection exercises, audio, discussion opportunity and a final quiz based assessment.
What You'll Learn
This course will cover: The Role of the Teacher; Observing; Interventions; Sustained Shared Thinking; Self-Reflection
There are no requirements to take this course, just an interest in parenting the Montessori approach.
Jeremy joined the MCI academic team in 2013. He previously taught in Nursery and Reception age classes for 13 years and was at Gorton Mount Primary when it became the first state school in the UK to adopt the Montessori approach. At MCI he is Head of Digital Education. He is also an assessor for MEAB, the Montessori Evaluation and Accreditation Board. He received his BA (QTS) in Environmental Science and Outdoor Studies in Ambleside. He completed his Montessori Diploma at MCI. Jeremy will be online every week to respond to the discussion.
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