Montessori Basic Teacher Course (Assistant Teacher)
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Introduction to Primary School Curriculum Content
Elementary Curriculum Introduction
1. Montessori's Educational Theory and Philosophy
This course explores the development history and principles of the Montessori education method, focusing on the developmental characteristics of children in primary school.
2. Montessori Education Theory and Observations
This course explores the development history and principles of the Montessori educational method, focusing on the developmental characteristics and observational analysis techniques of children in primary school.
3. Course Design
This course supplements the design of classroom environment layout and classroom equipment and materials for primary school students aged 6-9, and learns efficient file management skills.
4. Class management
This course takes the form of group discussions on how to develop solutions and learn how to effectively manage primary school classes.
This course uses modern teaching aids that meet Montessori standards and provides specific exploration experiences in reading, writing, and grammar. The focus is on providing developmental skills for individual children in reading and language proficiency assessment.
This course uses mathematical aids, including the concepts of numbers: integers, fractions, and decimals. 6-9 year old integer operation, covering classroom management efficiency and course development.
This course elaborates on the characteristics and evolution of the Earth's structure, as well as the development of human culture. Prepare models, maps, and charts related to Earth history, structure, and climate before class.
This course explores how to cultivate children's awareness of time and the development of human history. Elaborate on the historical time concept of the objective facts of the development of the Earth and the emergence of humanity in the form of time and calendar.
This course covers the basic concepts of geometry, including the features of lines, planar shapes, and the use of Montessori teaching aids to express these geometric concepts.
This course discusses botany and zoology, the general characteristics of life formation, their functions, classification and living environment. Teachers observe students' material production and outdoor practice in the classroom.
This course includes basic concepts of physics, integrating conceptual knowledge into cultural courses through simple instrument demonstrations, and also includes teachers and students in the classroom using computer technology to present thematic concepts.
This course includes solo and choir techniques, rhythm exercises, music theory knowledge, and more.
13. Visual Art
This course aims to train teachers to introduce art works, seasonal cultural celebrations, and encourage children to explore natural changes and cycles through the use of teaching aids and multimedia.
14. Sports and Physical Education
This course includes children's exercise, physical assessment, group and group games, etc. Utilize existing teaching aids to help students gain sufficient and reasonable exercise.
15. Child Development Studies
This course explores the physical, emotional, intellectual, and social abilities of children aged 6-12. Dr. Montessori's research provides a constructive argument for advancing with the times in human development and classroom practice.
16. Daily life exercises
This course is both a theoretical perspective and a method of encouraging children to focus and develop self-awareness