Build on your Elementary I foundation, and earn certification to guide 9 through 12 year olds as they continue their adventures in learning about the world around us.
Montessori Certification in Elementary-I and membership in the American Montessori Society, or enrollment in MMTTC’s Elementary-I program is required. If Montessori Elementary-I certified, AMS requires a fee for upgrading the certificate to Elementary I-II. The fee for the upgrade is the responsibility of the student.
Advanced work in the following elementary subjects:
Language, Mathematics, Natural Science, Geography/History and Geometry
Five week summer session.
Monday, June 29 - Friday, July 31, 2020
Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am – 4:30 pm with 1/2 hour for lunch.
July 4th Holiday – No class on Friday, July 3rd.
Lecture – demonstrations of the Montessori Elementary II curriculum and further discussions of the Montessori elementary philosophy.
Two, 3-day institutes, one in fall 2020 and one in winter 2021.
Audra is an experienced AMS Montessori certified Elementary I-II teacher and administrator. Audra received her Elementary I and II certification at MMTTC. She is currently a Montessori consultant and lecturer and is the Elementary II Language instructor for MMTTC.
Gwen is an experienced AMS Montessori certified Early Childhood, Elementary I and II and Secondary I teacher and administrator. Gwen received her Early Childhood, Elementary I and II and Secondary I certification at MMTTC. She is currently a Montessori teacher, consultant and lecturer and is the Elementary I Geometry and Elementary II Natural Science and Geography/History instructor for MMTTC. Gwen is also the MMTTC Elementary I and II Coordinator.
Kirsten is an AMS Montessori certified Elementary I and II teacher. Kirsten received her Elementary I and II certification at MMTTC. She is currently an instructor apprentice and lecturer under Gwen Harris in Elementary II Geography/History and Science.
Dr. Kunert, the Administrative Director of MMTTC, lectures on Montessori philosophy, physical education and personnel development. Michael received his PhD from Northwestern University and the AMS Montessori Administrator certification at MMTTC.
Robert (Scott) is an experienced AMS Montessori certified Elementary I-II teacher and administrator. Robert received his Elementary I - II certification at MMTTC. He is currently a Montessori consultant and lecturer and is the Elementary II Mathematics and Geometry instructor for MMTTC.