Montessori Teaching Education Course in Rawalpindi Kahuta Taxila

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Montessori Teaching Education Course in Rawalpindi Kahuta Taxila,admission open for boys and girls new session start on 3 February 2020 Office # 27, Second Floor, Maryam Shadi Hall Plaza
(Airies Plaza), Shamsabad, Murree Road,Rawalpindi, Pakistan 0311-5193625, 0092-335-4176949,Most Montessori teacher training programs require applicants to have a four-year college degree. The degree doesn’t have to be in education, though. Many Montessori teachers come from a non-educational background.Aspiring Professional Teachers Training Institute’s Montessori teacher training course trains teachers who aims to be successful preschool teachers and facilitate learning of young minds. Social, cognitive and physical development of children is key principles of method developed by Montessori.Montessori was a respected expert on child development.Montessori curriculum emphasizes learning as a process that cannot be determined by a child’s age. Instead, learning is a process that is determined by the rate and speed at which a child can acquire one skill before moving on to another skill.Diploma in Nursery Teacher Training is 1 year diploma course, eligibility to which is 10+2 (any stream), with minimum 50% score, from a recognized board are eligible to pursue NTT course. Some of the main institutes that offer diploma in Nursery Teacher Training are: Bharatiya Shiksha Parishad, Lucknow.Exercises of practical life (EPL) are those simple daily actions which are performed to maintain and restore proper living conditions. Rather than doing things for children, we, by introducing practical life activities to them at the right time, enable them to do things themselves. This way independence and self-reliance becomes a lifelong personality trait. They don’t just continue doing everyday things for themselves, but also do it happily.
This manual introduces a variety of step by step practical activities, ranging from as simple as pouring water from a jug to as complex as washing a collection of dishes. These exercise aim to satisfy the child’s strong urge to do things himself, promote independence, develop love for work, arouse internal happiness, promote self satisfaction & self respect, teach to give and take help gracefully, improve coordination and grace of movements, inculcate good habits, love of nature and normalization of the children.The Montessori language curriculum follows a multidimensional approach and offers developmentally appropriate activities and materials for all areas including phonics, reading, writing, grammar and oral language following a systematic process.This manual deals with systematic activities for step by step progression in phonics including a comprehensive plan to practice 44 phonic sounds of English language along with their common 144 different alphabetic representations (graphemes). Further activities lead children through three lettered phonetic words (pink level), longer phonetic words (blue level), high frequency words (sight words), phonogramic words (green level) and finally total reading.
Children are to be respected for their individuality.
Children have an intrinsic, or natural, motivation to learn and will do so if given the right resources and opportunities in the classroom.
The first six years of a child’s life are the most formative.
Adults in the classroom are merely facilitators and observers of learning; children have the ability to direct their own learning without interference from adults.
Rote memorization of material does not nurture a child’s individual skills and abilities and, in fact, inhibits, or reduces, them.
Emphasis is placed on early childhood development. During this period, children are exposed to Montessori methods and practices that are continued well into the primary years of school. It is during the early childhood period that children’s minds are the most adaptable to learning new information.