Montessori Classroom Assistant Training

Were you just hired as an Assistant in a Montessori classroom?


Did you just hire a new classroom Assistant for your growing Montessori school?
Either way, our new 4-Week online Assistant Teacher course is perfect!

Montessori classroom assistant trainingGet the Montessori assistant training you need right now in your new job, or make sure your new teacher knows what is expected, without you having to use your valuable time to do it yourself!

Autumn Course Starts October 11, 2017
Winter Course Starts January 24, 2018
Spring Course Starts April 11, 2018

This classroom assistant course was created after our faculty received requests from Montessori schools around the country needing more training for their classroom assistants. Just look at these practical course topics!

Montessori Classroom Assistant Training Topics

  • The Role of the Montessori Assistant
  • Your Job as a Professional
  • Employee Policies and Procedures
  • The Scope of Your Job
  • Professional Qualities
  • Relationships
  • The Brain and Trust
  • Practical Ways to Build Trust with Children
  • Stages of Development
  • Understanding the Sensitive Periods
  • Basic Structure of the Montessori Early Childhood Classroom
  • Stories of Real Observations
  • A Montessori class in action
  • Supporting Normalization
  • Learning When to Intervene
  • Liberty & Discipline
  • Scenarios of how to re-direct
  • Grace and courtesy
  • Conflict resolution
  • Your Effectiveness as a Classroom Assistant

Autumn Course Starts October 11, 2017
Winter Course Starts January 24, 2018
Spring Course Starts April 11, 2018

Sign Up for the Montessori Teaching Assistant
4 Week Course

Price – Course value: $599

StarSpecial offer: $425

After purchasing, you will receive a confirmation email containing the information you need to access the Montessori Teaching Assistant Course, materials and forum.

Contact Us to Answer Your Questions! 406-284-2160

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