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AMI 6-12 DIPLOMA COURSE
AMI international 6-12 Montessori Diploma Course - The study of Montessori pedagogy and child development as well as an interdisciplinary approach to the study of human beings, their endeavours and relationship with the universe for children from six to twelve years.
DIRECTOR OF TRAINING - Carla Foster
Carla Foster has been the AMI Director of Diploma Course at Montessori Training Center of New England (MTCNE) the past few years and also works at the University College, Høgskolen i Vestfold og Buskerud, in Norway.
Carla holds a bachelor degree in Social Anthropology and Scandinavian Studies and a combined Masters degree in Old Icelandic Literature and Norwegian Literature from UC Berkeley. She has AMI 3-6 and 6-12 diplomas from MMI in London and the Montessori Institute of Milwaukee. She has worked with children at the levels 3-6, 6-9 and 9-12, working in both private and public Montessori schools. She has been an elementary trainer since 2011 and had the privilege of doing some of that training under Jean Miller at the Navadisha Montessori Institute in Chennai, India, and the rest under Ann Dunne in London, England.
Carla is originally from California, but has lived in Norway since 1995, where she had a 6-9 class for 12 years and consults for schools in Norway. She has also taught ballet, modern dance, African dance and Irish dance for many years and has given workshops on writing and bringing drama, music and dance into the elementary classroom.
Carla currently trains the 2nd 6-12 Diploma Course in Prague.
CO-TRAINER - Kyla Morenz
Kyla Morenz is an AMI Elementary Trainer from Toronto, Canada. She has a B.A. from the University of Waterloo and her M.Ed. from Loyola University in Maryland. In 2011, she obtained her TESOL certificate from the University of Toronto, Woodsworth College. She has AMI diplomas at both the 3-6 and 6-12 levels. She has taught in 6-9, 9-12, and 6-12 environments in Canada and Morocco. She has lectured on courses in North America and Europe.
WHAT WILL IT TAKE TO TAKE THE COURSE?
of intensive training in the training center
of practice with Montessori materials under supervision
of independent reading and study and completing written assignments outside of training center
of observation in Montessori Elementary classrooms
of practice teaching in Montessori Elementary classrooms
obligatory and recommended reading of approximately
BEFORE YOU APPLY
Consider if you are a person of the following characteristics:
Applicants without a degree can also apply and their applications will be considered individually. Students without a degree can be accepted to the course based on probation terms. Also, when translation of the course is available, we accept students without knowledge of English.
REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION
HOW CAN YOU APPLY?
Fill out, sign and email us your initial application form and pay 300 Euro registration fee (we will send you an invoice).
Schedule admissions meeting with us. We will talk about the course, answer your questions, get to know you, make sure you understand all details of the course.
Submit your application package:
Once all this is completed, we will review your application to enroll in the course and let you know result.
Each applicant needs to
Documents requiring your signature must be signed, scanned and emailed in a pdf format.
The whole application process gives us opportunity to get to know each student and accept those who will be able to complete the course successfully.
July 29 - Sept 6 - 6 weeks integrated foundation
January 13 - Feb 14 - 5 weeks
April 27 - May 29 - 5 weeks
July 27 - August 28 - 5 weeks
January 11 - Feb 12 - 5 weeks, written exams
Feb 22-March 12 - 3 weeks, oral exams
ARE YOU INTERESTED?
If you wish to enroll in the course or have any other questions, please contact us!
In your note to us, please, state which course you are interested in. Thank you.