Training for Montessori Teacher Certification

 

Fulfill Your Dream!

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Become a part of a world-wide community of enlightened educators who teach children the way they want to learn. Montessori education is more in demand than ever before — because it works!

We are committed to you throughout your program and walk you to the finish line. Experience a complete teacher training that gives you the real depth and breadth of Maria Montessori’s legacy to the world.

 

The highest quality Montessori Teacher Training available today.

1. ONLINE – Multimedia Rich and Engaging Online Course

Experience the genius of Mari Montessori’s discoveries in our warm online community environment that is content rich with:Age of Montessori offers rich and engaging online courses

* multimedia presentations
* interactive forum discussions
* readings
* archival videos of Montessori’s student, Elisabeth Caspari, Ph.D.

Develop new friendships with other students who are as passionate and committed as you are.

Age of Montessori offers in-person residency.2. IN-PERSON – Residency Program

Learn how to present the Montessori lessons in both early childhood and elementary levels in the presence of our master teacher trainers.

Meet your friends in person that you’ve known online in the course.

Age of Montessori supports internships in your local area.3. INTERNSHIP

Spend a full school year as an intern assisting a certified teacher in a fully-equipped, Montessori classroom in your local area. We guide and mentor you every step of the way.

 

MACTE Accredited – What is MACTE?

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* Early Childhood Teacher Certification

* Elementary I and II Teacher Certification

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Call for a Personal Consultation – 406-284-2160

 

Age of Montessori admits students, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students of any race, color, sex, age, non-disqualifying disability, religion or creed, sexual orientation, or national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.

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