Does anybody have information about being a Montessori teacher?
I have checked out the official website and a bunch of schools in my area, but I wanted to hear some personal experiences. How was the Montessori training course? Do you feel like you earn a competetive salary? Do you enjoy your job? How do you deal with students who do not adapt to the Montessori style (i.e. are not self-motivating)? Do most teachers stick around for a long time or is there a high turn-over? Any other info you can offer would be terrific!
Asked By: kmatty - 3/9/2007
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I have to say that I believe in Montessori education 100% when it is done correctly. I say correctly because some people do not understand Montessori education, usually because they haven’t been trained or they only took part of the training, and therefore can’t implement the method completely. Yet when one is... More
Answered By: Lysa - 3/11/2007
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There are many Montessori teacher training courses. Montessori method was invented by Dr. Montessori. The method was based on child psychology and child developments... More
Answered By: Ranjith T - 3/9/2007
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