‘Montessori gives your child strong basis in most formative and important years for developing into a responsible happy and fulfilled person.’’ Dr Maria Montessori
Nepal Montessori Training Centre (NMTC) is founded in 2001 by Ms. Pawitra Limbu (B.A., B.Ed., M.Ed., Diploma in Montessori Method of Education MMI, MCI London) who has a long experience of working in education field as school Principal, Director and teacher trainer. The NMTC is established to serve the society, producing quality trained teachers in Montessori Method of early childhood education. Since its establishment there have been more than six thousand teachers who have taken training in Montessori method of education and countless parents who have been educated in Montessori principles and philosophy.
The training centre’s mission ‘ in the best possible service of our future generation’ reflects its importance in foundation years of young children and how initial environment ensures their future. The NMTC maintains the highest standard of Montessori training emphasizing both theory and practical aspect of the Montessori method.
The institution is the first of its kind in the country which specializes in early childhood education in the brand name of Montessori. The experienced, skilled and dedicated team of trainers guided by the Director of Studies, Mrs. Pawitra Limbu has continuously upgraded and updated any changes brought in the method over twenty three years. Beside Montessori method trainees are also updated with the contemporary pedagogical practices in early childhood education and development (ECED) to broaden their knowledge and skills and to be successful early childhood professionals.
Montessori education is a unique approach to learning that requires a specialized set of skills and knowledge from its teachers. Montessori training is therefore essential for teachers who wish to work in Montessori schools or implement Montessori principles in their classrooms.
Here are some reasons why Montessori training is important for teachers:
In conclusion, Montessori training is essential for teachers who wish to work in Montessori schools or implement Montessori principles in their classrooms. It provides teachers with a deep understanding of the Montessori philosophy and its principles, and teaches them how to become guides who facilitate learning by providing children with the tools and materials they need to learn on their own. Montessori training also emphasizes the importance of observation, the use of Montessori materials, working in multi-age classrooms, and encouraging independence in children.
Montessori education is a unique approach to learning that emphasizes the use of specially designed tools and materials to facilitate learning. These tools are designed to be self-correcting, allowing children to learn through exploration and discovery. Here are some of the most common Montessori tools used in the classroom:
All Montessori tools are designed to be simple, beautiful, and functional. They are carefully crafted to be aesthetically pleasing and to invite children to explore and learn. The use of these tools in Montessori classrooms fosters a sense of curiosity, exploration, and self-directed learning that helps children develop a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
In conclusion, Montessori tools are an essential part of the Montessori approach to education. They are carefully designed to help children develop their senses, practical skills, language, mathematics, cultural awareness, and creativity. These tools help children learn through exploration and discovery, fostering a love of learning that will last a lifetime.