Reading List Montessori Training

Reading List Alphabetized:

Gordon, Dr. Thomas. P.E.T. Parent Effectiveness Training.

Simon, Sidney, Leland W. Howe, Howard Kirschenbaum. Values Clarification -- A Handbook of Practical Strategies for Teachers and_ Students.
Abraham, Willard. Living With Pre-Schoolers from the Terrible Twos...to the Fascinating Fives.
Abraham, Willard. Living with Pre-Schoolers -- From the Terrible Twos... to the Fascinating Fives.

Allen, K. E., & Marotz, L. R. (1999). Developmental Profiles: Pre-Birth through Eight 3rd Ed. Delmar
Allen, K. E., & Marotz, L. R. (1999). Developmental Profiles: Pre
Birth through Eight 3rd Ed. Delmar Publishers.

And Self-Actualization. Nelson, Greg. A Teacher's Bag- ~of Tricks.
Berk, L. E. (2005). Infants and Children 5th ed. Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.

Biehler, Robert. Psychology Applied to Teaching.
Brazelton, B. ( ). Touch points: Birth to 3. Da Capo.

Brazelton, B. (2001).Touchpoints:3-6. Da Capo.

Della-Pina, Gabriel. How to Talk With Children (and Other People).
Discovery of the Child, Chapters 4, 16, 20, 21
Dr. Montessori's own handbook, Maria Montessori.

Dr. Montessori's own handbook, Maria Montessori.
Dreikurs, Rudolf The Children the Challenge
Festivals And Celebrations In The Montessori Curriculum;
The Barrie Press, 1986, Silver Spring, Maryland

Fraiberg, Selma H. The Magic Years, Understanding and Handling the Problems of Early Childhood.

Gitter, Lena; The Montessori Approach to Discipline.

Gordon, Dr. Thomas. P.E.T. Parent Effectiveness Training.

Gross, Michael Perosnality
Handling the Problems of Early Childhood.
Gordon, Dr. Thomas. P.E.T. Parent Effectiveness Training.

Jensen, E. (1998). Teaching with the Brain in mind. ASCD.
Jensen, E. (2000). Brain-based Learning (Rev).The Brain Store Publishing.


Johnson, David W. Reaching out -- Interpersonal Effectiveness and Self-Actualization.
Johnson, David W. Reaching Out- Interpersonal Effectiveness and

Levine, M. (2002). A mind at a time. Simon & Schuster.
Maria Montessori. Dr. Montessori's own handbook. Pgs. 164-182.
Maria Montessori. The discovery of the child. Chapters 18, 19.

Maria Montessori. The Montessori elementary material.
2.
Maria Montessori. The Montessori Method. Chapter 19.

Montessori, M. (1966). The Secret of the Childhood. Ballantine Books.

Montessori, M. (1967). The Discovery of the Child. Ballantine Books.

Montessori, Maria The Absorbent Mind, Maria Montessori.

Montessori, Maria The Discovery of the Child

Montessori, Maria The Discovery of the Child, Maria Montessori. Chapters Montessori, Maria 7-13

Montessori, Maria The Discovery of the Child, Maria Montessori. Chapters 7-13

Montessori, Maria The Montessori Method, Chapters 6 and 7, Maria Montessori.

Montessori, Maria The Montessori Method, Maria Montessori. Chapters 6, 12, 13, 14, 15

Montessori, Maria The Montessori Method, Maria Montessori. Chapters 6, 12, 13, 14, 15

Montessori, Maria The Secret of Childhood, Maria Montessori.

Montessori, Maria; the Absorbent Mind; Chapters 10 & 11.
Montessori, Maria; the Discovery of the Child; Chapters 14, 15, 16, & 17.

Montessori, Maria; The Montessori Method

Musya Meyer and Tim and Donna Seldin; Celebrations Of Life:
Festivals And Celebrations In The Montessori Curriculum;
The Barrie Press, 1986, Silver Spring, Maryland
Required Textbooks:

Nelson, Greg; A Teacher's Bag of Tricks

Nelson, Jane. Positive Discipline for Preschoolers.

Nelson, Jane. Positive Discipline for Preschoolers. A - Z Guide.
Nelson, Jane. Positive Discipline, A Teacher's
Rosa Packard. The hidden hinge. Part 1 Chapter 5.
Nelson, Jane. Positive Discipline: A Teacher's A-Z

Nelson, Greg. Self-Actualization.
Simon, Sidney; Howe, Leland W.; Kirschenbaum, Howard. Values Clarification-A Handbook of Practical Strategies for Teachers and Students.

Simon, Sidney; Howe, Leland W.; Kirschenbaum, Howard. Values Clarification-A Handbook of Practical Strategies for Teachers and Students.

The Discovery of Montessori, Maria the Child

The Discovery of the Child, Chapter Montessori, Maria 4, 16, 20, 21
The Hidden Hinge, Rosa Covington Packard. Chapters 1-2 and 6-8

Tim Seldin; The World In The Palm of her Hand: The Montessori
Approach to Geography and History for the Young Child 2nd
Edition, 2005, Montessori Foundation, Sarasota, Florida

Tim Seldin; The World In The Palm of her Hand: The Montessori Approach to Geography and History for the Young Child 2nd Edition, 2005, Montessori Foundation, Sarasota, Florida

Our Goals

It is the goal of PHMTEC that our courses prepare the individual to understand all aspects of an early childhood program. Teachers graduating from PHMTEC will be able to organize schools that offer a full, comprehensive curriculum in all subjects.

The purpose of Palm Harbor Montessori Teacher Education Center is to offer each individual a superb education that stays true to the philosophy of Maria Montessori while embracing skills and techniques that meet the demand of today’s ever changing field of education.

The purpose of Palm Harbor Montessori Teacher Education Center is to offer courses of excellence and professional standards that prepare teachers in Multisensory Language Education.

The teacher training courses offered at PHMTEC are designed to prepare teachers:

To meet the responsibility for the accurate assessment of the child’s learning abilities and learning styles. The imperative for meeting the needs of each student requires the teacher to be properly trained and prepared to guide the student through an individually designed curriculum.

To create an environment that allows the building of sequential curriculum and lessons that create a solid foundation for learning and the growth of self-esteem. It is our mission to prepare teachers to effectively utilize their observation and teaching skills in order to evaluate and diagnose cognitive development, while nurturing the whole child while administering an individualized curriculum within a peaceful environment.

To prepare individuals to found, set up, manage, and organize early childhood education schools that offer a full, comprehensive curriculum in all subjects.

Upcoming Courses

sample-5A new Montessori Teacher certification course for will begin on July 9, 2018 in Beijing China.

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Early Childhood Certification Course
The Certification courses held at PHMTEC consist of well thought out sessions, taught by qualified individuals, and provide a course of study for Montessori Educators that leads to teacher certification for the Early Childhood (2.5 through 6 years) levels.

For The Course:

The Academic Phase, courses taught during two summers, and weekend sessions during the school year. Includes on campus academic course work, guided observation experience, and practice labs. This will include two summer session and several weekend seminars.
All residency lectures and practice labs will take place at 2355 Nebraska Ave. Palm Harbor, FL 34683 and 1961 East Lake Rd., Palm Harbor, Fl 34685
Training will be held at Palm Harbor Montessori Academy. The school has two beautiful campuses and is situated on five acres. The West Lake campus serves children from ages one through eighth grade and the East lake campus serves toddlers and primary age children.

Practice Learning Phase

Will consist of informal lectures, reading and written assignments, discussion questions, special projects, and independent and supervised practice time. The student should expect to spend a minimum of 10 hours per week on the on-going course work, which will take place throughout the year between the two summer sessions.

Practicum Phase, a supervised internship, ongoing practice sessions, assignments, and special sessions.

Students will complete an internship in an approved Montessori Early Childhood classroom with guidance from a certified and experienced Montessori supervising teacher or mentor. The internship must consist of at least a half-day; five days per week during the Montessori work cycle and take place over nine consecutive months during the school year. The Practicum Phase will also include observations in both the internship classroom and other Montessori classrooms.

Child age range for which the course prepares:

The Early Childhood Course prepares the student teacher to teach 2.5 through 6 year old children. The Infant Toddler Course prepares the student teacher to teach 0 through 3 year old children.

Early Childhood, AMS-AFFILIATED & MACTE ACCREDITED

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Tuition for the Montessori Teacher Certification Course

TUITION- NO HIDDEN FEES!

Tuition includes all phases of the course;
The Academic Phase,
The Practicum Phase, and
The Practice Learning Phase.
The Tuition for the Early Childhood course is $7,000.00.
$100.00 application fee due with application (non-refundable)

$500.00 registration fee due by May 15, (to be applied toward tuition)
$6,500.00 tuition balance due on or before June 1,
Early Childhood,AMS-AFFILIATED & MACTE ACCREDITED

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