MONTESSORI IN THE HOME
We offer short courses for parents interested in how the Montessori principles can be used in the home. They will also be of interest to anyone who wants to know more about young children and their development.
Montessori in the Home (0-3) for children from birth to three years – explore why these early years are the critical foundation for lifelong learning.
Montessori in the Home (3-6) for children from three to six years – explore how to nurture the tremendous potential of the child aged 3-6 at home.
LEARNING TO MOVE, MOVING TO LEARN
This one day workshop explains why movement and music are a child’s first language and provides practical approaches and inspiring activities to encourage movement.
The workshop is led by Sally Goddard Blythe and is based on her work as the International Director of the Institute for Neuro-Physiological Psychology.The course will focus on the use of a play-based developmental movement programme for children aged 3-6 years and is suitable for those working with children and parents.
AMI REFRESHER COURSE 2019 – The Art and Science of Observation
Observation of the child is the foundation on which the entire Montessori approach rests. It is only through observation that we can elucidate the child’s inner drives and ‘provide motives for activity so well adapted to the child’s interest that they provoke his deep attention’.
In this year’s AMI Refresher we will explore observation the use of the Montessori work curves. This workshop, presented by AMI Trainer, Louise Livingston, is suitable for all AMI Diploma holders and non-AMI Diploma holders and is most suitable for those currently working with children.
MONTESSORI FOR DEMENTIA AND AGEING
The Montessori approach to Dementia and Ageing aims to enhance the quality of life for people living with dementia by creating an environment in which individuals can do as much for themselves and others as possible, rather than having things done to or for them. The course is suitable for families, carers and professionals working with those with dementia.