Montessori Teacher Training

Montessori Teacher Training

The Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) oversees Montessori teacher training at affiliated institutions on four continents.

 

AMI training is offered at three different levels:

  • Assistants to Infancy (infant-toddler, ages 0-3)
  • Casa dei Bambini (primary, ages 3-6)
  • Elementary (ages 6-12)

Each course includes developmental psychology, Montessori theory, and practical, hands-on classroom training, as well as observation and practice teaching under training center guidance in approved, AMI-staffed Montessori classrooms.

 

AMI training courses last a minimum of one academic year and are full-time courses of study. Some AMI courses are offered over a period of two or three consecutive summers, with interim work.

 

A bachelor's degree is required for admission to U.S. courses, but some exceptions are made based upon the applicant's background and goals. AMI courses qualify for graduate credit in education at selected colleges and universities; details are available from each training center.

 

Visit www.montessori-ami.org for a complete list of AMI-affiliated Montessori training courses. AMI training courses in the United States can be viewed at www.amiusa.org.

 

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Dear NAMTA Colleagues,

Although NAMTA will complete its final membership year at the end of this July, we will continue to provide membership benefits through October, 2019.

Over the next few months, we will be presenting the popular Baltimore conference "Montessori: Learning for All" on Oct. 11-12, 2019. You can still count on us to supply service to the Montessori archives, produce a final NAMTA journal, accept and post job listings, and orders are still being filled through our online store.

Click here to read the full letter from NAMTA's board of director's.