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Early Childhood Montessori Assistant Training Course

Early Childhood Montessori Assistant Training Course

How to Become a High-Performance Montessori Assistant

What you’ll learn

Early Childhood Montessori Assistant Training Course

  • The role of observation in Montessori education

  • The role of the assistant in maintaining the classroom environment

  • The importance of not interrupting the teacher or the students while they are working

  • The basic elements of Montessori education – Self Paced Learning, Multiage Classrooms, Encouraging Independence, Self Paced/Self Initiated Learning


  • Introduction to Early Childhood Montessori Education


This course has been used in over 800 Montessori schools to train assistants.

Every Montessori teacher needs a trained assistant to manage her classroom. However, to be a successful assistant, you need to have a good understanding of Montessori philosophy.  Montessori classrooms are beautiful, with well-maintained materials. A good assistant ensures that the classroom is always beautiful.

A Montessori assistant has many responsibilities including Keeping the classroom neat and well-supplied, monitoring the classroom noise level, taking care of individual student needs, managing classroom conflicts, greeting students and parents as the day begins, helping students to prepare to go home at the end of the day, and ensuring safety on the playground.

In this program, you will learn how to achieve all these objectives as well as gain a general understanding of Montessori philosophy and how a Montessori class functions.

Produced by Educational Video Publishing – a leader in Montessori video production since 1994. Directed by Paulyne Holten-Sinder, former President of the American Montessori Society.

Who this course is for:

  • Persons desiring to serve as an assistant teacher in a Montessori early childhood classroom.

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