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"The confidence I now have as a Montessori teacher has been huge!" The team at Montessori Centre International are there for our students every step of the way; from the first day of studying with us to your first time in a setting, and beyond. Contact us today to find out more, or take a look at the website for information about the range of courses we offer. [ Link ]...
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Did you know that Montessori Centre International has been at the forefront of delivering quality Montessori training via Distance Learning for over 30 years? Our virtual learning environment is dynamic; bringing distance learners out of isolation and into a global classroom. We have established an international community of learners sharing practice without borders, bringing online learners...
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Jeremy Clarke, our Head of E-Learning, has written this fascinating blog about how getting into nature can bring a new dimension to a child's development. If you'd like to know more, he'll be speaking on this topic at Childcare Expo, in London, on 3rd March. Tickets to the event are FREE! And you can get them here: [ Link ]

Normalising Nature - by Jeremy Clarke, Head of E-Learning - Montessori
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"I have surprised myself during my training. I have been so inspried on a daily basis I always want to learn more." Are you ready to get inspired every day? Training with us will bring you this and much more. Contact us today for a chat about the range of courses we offer - we've got full time, part time, online and blended options. Whether you're starting a brand new career in working with...
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Montessori has long been associated with educating children who have special needs. In this blog from our archive, our Chief Education Officer Barbara Isaacs explores the origins of these links, including the use of sensorial materials. [ Link ]

Special Education - Montessori
Where can you hear from a range of respected Early Years speakers (including our Chief Education Officer Barbara Isaacs), get involved with thought-provoking and inspiring workshops, and pick the brains of a fantastic panel on Children's Rights, surrounded by people who are passionate about how Early Years can effect positive change? The Enable 2017 Conference in Kensington, London....

Are you looking for a one-stop-shop for all the information you need about training with Montessori Centre International? Or perhaps you're a Montessori setting and want to join a professional organisation which will offer you support and advice? Are you a parent looking to discover more about Montessori and why it could be perfect for your child? Look no further! Take a peak at our shiny new...
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Home - Montessori
We know it can be a bit tricky working out which Montessori qualification would be the best one for you. Knowing where your qualifications fit, how you can use your current expertise, and what can follow afterwards can be a bit perplexing. Luckily, we have Khuram - our Admissions Officer - who knows all there is to know about our courses. Phone him today for a chat on 020 7493 8300, or send an...
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"If help and salvation are to come, they can only come from the children...for children are the makers of men," - Maria Montessori. Anna Lee is an advocate for Montessori all over the world. Hear why she believes that the human potential begins within the hands of a child - and we couldn't agree more. #montessori #montessorichild #earlyyearseducation

Looking to Montessori to Guide Education Reform: Anna Lee at TEDxMidAtlantic

Anna Lee has been described as an "educator to the bone." Lee is a first generation Korean-American from the DC region. She believes that the human potential...

"..things about children and for children are only learnt from children..." - Loris Malaguzzi. Join us at this year's Montessori Schools Association (MSA) National Conference, on 18th March in London, to reflect on our own learning from the children of today, and what it really means to our practice. We'll also hear from Montessori educators who will share their experiences and, essentially,...
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MSA National Conference 2017 - Montessori
If you want to start studying with us from February, we must have received your application today. There are still some places available, so you're not too late. All the information you need to apply is on our website. BUT please check out the 'Entrance Requirements' link at the bottom of each course page to make sure that your application won't be delayed. Alternatively, call us on 020 7493...
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Going to the Nursery World Show in London on 3rd and 4th February? Don't miss our very own Barbara Isaacs, Chief Education Officer, who will be delivering a fascinating session entitled 'Bringing the Montessori Approach to your Earl Years Practice'. She'll be offering her insight into how a Montessori approach can strengthen practice in *any* EYFS setting. Book your place here, and don't...
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"Concentration is a part of life. It is not the consequence of a method of education." - Maria Montessori #montessor #montessorichild #earlyyearseducation
In this blog Jeremy Clarke ask questions about Montessori's desire that children should live 'in nature' and not just be observers of it...

Normalising Nature
A timely reminder that the education of children is for the betterment of all humanity
Maria Montessori and Rudolf Steiner are both pioneers of early childhood development, and their names are synonymous with helping children to develop every aspect of their full potential. But where did they differ, and why are they both thriving in the 21st Century? Take a look at this interesting article origninally written for JUNO magazine, by Barbara Isaacs and Janni Nicol. #montessori...
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Could the methods used in Montessori pre-schools be used to reform prison education? In this great TEDx talk, Brian Walsh explains why he thinks Montessori could help prisoners not only better prepare for their life after release, but learn the skills they need to stay safe and live a life free from crime.
Terrible twos? How about the Terrific Twos instead? In this blog Jeremy Clarke argues against the negative label, and looks to the many positives that children, parents and childcare workers can get from this age...

What is so terrible about twos?
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