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PRIMARY DIPLOMA
2,5 TO 6 YEARS

Enhance your Montessori experience
with a unique dimension

Your eyes will dazzle
with colors, with light, with endless landscapes of deserts,
oceans, and mountains.

Your ears will sing
to the sound of silence in the desert, the percussions of the drums,
the powerful voices that refer us to ancient times.

Your taste will exalt
at the delicate and unedited flavors.

Your smell will breathe

the scent of freshly ground spices, pure essences, and unique blossoms.

Your heart will pound

to the rhythm of a profoundly hospitable population,
who will welcome you into their houses, and immerse you in their culture.

Your mind will elevate

with the great spirits and mindfulness of our Montessori experts.
Two exceptional human beings from diverse horizons,
united by passion and spirituality, genuinely spreading their wisdom.
Your journey will go far beyond understanding children.
Your journey begins with understanding the child within you.

We empower you to

BE THE CHANGE

Association Montessori Internationale

The Association Montessori Internationale
(AMI) was founded in 1929 by Maria
Montessori to maintain the integrity of
her life’s work, and to ensure that it would
be perpetuated after her death. AMI is
the recognised international authority on
Montessori education. During its long
history AMI has fostered the growth and
development of Montessori programmes

and teacher training, and worked
to support the development and education
of children and young adults in a vast
variety of settings throughout the world.
AMI is a Non-Governmental Organisation
(NGO) associated with the United Nations
Department of Public Information (since
1985) and an NGO in operational relations
with UNESCO (since 1962).

The Mission
The mission of the Association Montessori Internationale is to support the natural
development of the human being from birth to maturity, enabling children to become the
transforming elements of society, leading to a harmonious and peaceful world.

2018

AMI Montessori Training
The Association Montessori Internationale
accredits training centres throughout the
world. These centres offer AMI diploma
courses that are internationally recognised
for their high standard and authenticity.

Each year thousands of teachers and
classroom assistants are trained worldwide.
The number of AMI teachers graduating is
still less than demand which is due to the
worldwide recognition of the quality of the
AMI Diploma.

The courses offered by the Association
Montessori Internationale prepare adults
to work with children at the following
levels: Assistants to Infancy (0-3), Primary
(2,5-6), First Plane (0-6) and Elementary
(6-12). Work is also underway to document
the current body of knowledge relating
to Montessori education for the 12-18 year
age group and an Orientation for teachers
(in collaboration with NAMTA) is available.

All training centres are staffed by highly
qualified AMI teacher trainers, and a
pedagogical team of experienced advisors
ensures that the objectives of Maria
Montessori’s pedagogical principles are
maintained. Students are examined by
external examiners, appointed by AMI,
to further ensure the high standard and
integrity of the courses.

2018

Director of Training

Diwo Lhamo Pemba is an AMI Tibetan Bhutanese Indian Primary Trainer. Lhamo did her AMI
Primary training in London, UK with Lynne Lawrence and her AMI Assistant to Infancy Training
with Judi Orion in Denver, Colorado. She has several years of experience on both levels as well
as being trained as a teacher in the traditional educational system.
Lhamo has been offering courses in different parts of the world such as Hartford,USA; Cairo,
Vietnam, India and Mongolia. She has also complied a bilingual book on Tibetan Proverbs.

Course Assistant
Susan
Mayclin
Stephenson comes
to
us
from
California,
USA.
She
has
been
involved in the
Montessori world since her first AMI course
in London, UK in 1970.
She is a Montessori mother and
grandmother, all three children and four
grandchildren attending or having attended

Montessori schools. After several years of
teaching Montessori 3-6 and 6-12 classes
she discovered the 0-3, Assistants to Infancy
course.
She has written many books to support
parents, which have been translated into
several languages. Susan has served as a
school consultant and an AMI examiner. She
is also an artist known internationally for her
children's portraits and other works inspired
by international travels in many countries.

2018

Course Format & Location
Two summers format
Module 1 : May 14th to July 27th 2018
Module 2 : May 15th to August 2nd 2019 (Exam week to be determined)
Monday to Friday and occasional Saturdays
The course will take place in Casablanca, retreats will be organised across the country.

Course Description
An in-depth study of Montessori pedagogy focusing on the developmental needs of children
from three to six years of age.

Qualification Delivery
At least 400 hours of classroom-based training including lectures, a minimum of 140 hours of
supervised practice with Montessori materials and 170 hours of observation and teaching
practicum in Montessori settings.

Course Language
The course is delivered in English. Should translation be required, the students are welcome
to provide an interpreter and share the cost.

2018

Qualification Units
Completion of the units as specified is required for award of this qualification.
TITLE

CODE

DESCRIPTION

The Montessori
Philosophy, Psychology
and Child Development

AMID201

This course component introduces Dr Maria
Montessori’s philosophy and psychology of human
development, focusing on early learning and child
development from three to six years of age.

The Child’s Acquisition of
Fundamental Learning
Skills

AMID202

This course component introduces the exercises of
daily life (practical life). These exercises promote
coordination of movement, independent function,
social grace, self-esteem, impulse control,
empathy, attention and concentration through the
integration of mind and body.

The Development and
Education of the Senses

AMID203

This course component introduces the activities
known in Montessori education known as Exercises
for the Education of the Senses. These are
designed to lead the child to an intelligent and
imaginative exploration of the world. Content
includes identification of a child’s process of
classifying his world, problem solving, decision
making and critical thinking. This area includes
extensions in the areas of music, geometry,
geography and botany.

Language and Literacy

AMID204

This course component introduces exercises for the
development of spoken and written language,
reading readiness, pre-reading and reading skills
appropriate for children ages 3-6. Content includes
a focus on self-confidence and self-expression
within a social setting. There is also emphasis on
spoken and written language in the areas of daily
life,
story
telling,
composition,
literature,
geography, history, biology, science, music, art, as
well as the functional aspects of grammar, syntax
and reading analysis.

2018

Qualification Units
TITLE

CODE

DESCRIPTION

Mathematics

AMID205

This course component is designed to explore the
way in which a young child develops their
‘mathematical mind’ and to show by demonstration
and lecture the Montessori activities that provide
sensorial foundations for geometry and algebra,
counting and arithmetic.

Montessori Materials and
their Role in Assisting
Child Development

AMID206

The aim of this subject is to acquire a deep
understanding of the qualities of the Montessori
materials and their function as aids to child
development.

The Critical Role of
Observation

AMID207

The aim of this subject is to observe children in
Montessori classrooms in order to appreciate the
role of observation as a major source of information
about the child. Through the experience the
student will come to realise the role of exact,
detailed, objective observations in facilitating a
greater understanding of the Montessori theory of
growth and development.
An additional aim is to raise awareness of the
importance and nature of the interactions between
the child, the adult and the prepared environment

Montessori Professional
Experience

AMID208

The aim of this subject is to provide the opportunity
to work under the direction of a qualified and
experienced Montessori teacher, to apply the
acquired theoretical knowledge of child growth
and development to practical situations in
established Montessori classrooms.

Educational Theory and
Practice

AMID209

This subject will introduce students to a selection of
theories of education and child development.
The students will be introduced to the profound
nature and effects of parent/child issues on the
development of young children.

2018

Qualification Units
TITLE

CODE

DESCRIPTION

Administration

AMID210

This subject will assist in informing and preparing
students for the administrative and professional
environment in which they are likely to be working.

Legal Issues and OHS

AMID211

This subject will assist in informing and preparing
students for the administrative and professional
environment in which they are likely to be working.

Reading and Discussions
Sessions

AMID212

The students are to read books and make use of
them for both their written work/essays as well as
practice with material and related discussions.
The course reading list includes required and
recommended titles.

Written Work

AMID213

Each student shall compile an individual manual for
each area of the Course. These manuals should
include an introduction to each area; a description
of each piece of material; the age of the child
working with the material; and the aims and
purposes of the material. The manuals are the
student’s personal record of their course work; the
work is supervised with a final assessment at the
end of the Course. In order to clarify the basic
points connected with Montessori child psychology
the students are to write essays on topics supplied
by the Course.

Material Making

AMID214

Under supervision students will also engage in
material making. All such materials are checked by
the Trainer(s).

2018

Required Reading
Dr Maria Montessori, The Secret of Childhood
Dr Maria Montessori, The Discovery of the Child
Dr Maria Montessori, The Absorbent Mind
Dr Maria Montessori, The Formation on Man
Dr Maria Montessori, Education and Peace
Dr Maria Montessori, The Advanced Montessori Method, Vol 1
Dr Maria Montessori, 1946 London Lectures
Dr Maria Montessori, The Four Planes of Education (AMI Pamphlet)
Dr Mario M. Montessori, Sr, The Human Tendencies and Montessori Education (AMI Pamphlet)

Qualification Award
The AMI Diploma is awarded upon satisfactory completion all AMI and course requirements:
• Submission of original albums
• Required reading
• Material making
• Practice with Montessori materials under supervision
• Observation of children in Montessori settings
• Teaching Practicum
• 90% attendance
• Successful completion of written and oral examinations

2018

Admission Requirements
In evaluating candidates for any of our Montessori teacher training courses, our Admissions
Committee looks for:
1 Baccalaureat or High School Diploma +2 level
2 The ability for academic success in a rigorous and demanding course of study
3 Clear oral and written communication skills
4 Proof of personal suitability for training, including emotional maturity, integrity of
character, intellectual creativity, openness to new ideas, and the aptitude for psychological
insight and understanding.

Application Materials
Your application for admission must be accompanied by the following supporting materials:
• Application Form
• CV
• Four short (one to two paragraphs each) essays answering the following questions:
1. Why do you want to take this training course?
2. What are your interests and skills?
3. Describe your experience with children. Do you have any experience with children in the
age range you wish to study? If so, explain.
4. How do you intend to use your Montessori training? How will your training further your
professional goals?
• Three reference/recommendation letters
• College transcripts (A transcript is a record of the grades you received at college or
university. Official transcripts are transcripts which are prepared by the institution and then
sent by email or post directly to AMM)
• A recent passport style photograph of yourself
• A non-refundable application fee
• A personal interview, either in person or by Skype / telephone

2018

Submit your Application
Application must be submitted by email to training@montessorimorocco.org or by hand at :
Association Montessori Morocco
Lot Hanane 6
Bvd Panoramique
20150 Casablanca
+212 522 21 96 68 / 88
Once ALL application materials have been received, including your non-refundable
application fee, AMM’s Admissions Committee will review your application and will contact
you with a decision within two to three weeks.

Contact Information
info@montessorimorocco.org

2018

Moroccan Resident

Application Fee

5 000 MAD

due April 15th 2018 (non-refundable)

Tuition Fee
Payment plan A
60 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018

Payment plan B
40 000 MAD
24 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due May 1st 2019

Payment plan C
25 000 MAD
20 000 MAD
13 000 MAD
10 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due July 27th 2018
due May 1st 2019
due July 26th 2019

Included
• Lunch on weekdays
• AMM & AMI membership fees
Not included (non exhaustive list)
• Books
• Stationary
• Materials

Examination Fee

2 000 MAD

due July 26th 2019

2018

African Citizen

Application Fee

5 000 MAD

due April 15th 2018 (non-refundable)

Tuition Fee
Payment plan A
60 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018

Payment plan B
40 000 MAD
24 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due May 1st 2019

Payment plan C
25 000 MAD
20 000 MAD
13 000 MAD
10 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due July 27th 2018
due May 1st 2019
due July 26th 2019

Included
• Shared housing
• Lunch on weekdays
• AMM & AMI membership fees
Not included (non exhaustive list)
• Books
• Stationary
• Materials

Examination Fee

2 000 MAD

due July 26th 2019

2018

International Citizen

Application Fee

5 000 MAD

due April 15th 2018 (non-refundable)

Tuition Fee
Payment plan A
70 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018

Payment plan B
50 000 MAD
24 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due May 1st 2019

Payment plan C
35 000 MAD
20 000 MAD
15 000 MAD
10 000 MAD

due May 1st 2018
due July 27th 2018
due May 1st 2019
due July 26th 2019

Included
• Shared housing
• Lunch on weekdays
• AMM & AMI membership fees
Not included (non exhaustive list)
• Books
• Stationary
• Materials

Examination Fee

2 000 MAD

due July 26th 2019

2018

AMI MONTESSORI DIPLOMA



CHILDREN’S HOUSE



2,5-6 YEARS

Name ......................................................................................................................................................................................
Surname ...............................................................................................................................................................................
Male

Female

Date of Birth ........................................................................................................................................................................
Place of Birth .......................................................................................................................................................................
Nationality ............................................................................................................................................................................
Married

Single

Ages of children (if any)
..................................................................................................................................................................................................

Current Address & Time Zone .....................................................................................................................................
..................................................................................................................................................................................................
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Permanent Address .........................................................................................................................................................
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Phone N° ...............................................................................................................................................................................
Email .......................................................................................................................................................................................
Degree ...................................................................................................................................................................................
Occupation ..........................................................................................................................................................................
Are you currently working ?

Yes

Passport N° .........................................................
Payment Plan

A

B

No
Local ID N° ..................................................

C

By signing below, I hereby certify that all information on this application form is correct, and accept to
honor the payment plan as well as all the terms of the course. I agree that my pictures can be taken and
used by AMM and its training center.

Signature .......................................................................

Date .............................................................................

Attached to this application form please submit the following:
• Updated CV
• Essays
• Application Fee

• 3 letters of reference
• Picture ID

• College Transcripts
• Copy of Passport



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