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This Satellite Course will be held at the Atlanta Montessori International School (Atlanta, GA)

Gabriela’s Montessori journey began as a child.  Her mother was a Montessori teacher, so she grew up attending Montessori schools in México.  It was only natural that upon reaching adulthood that she also decided to pursue a career in Montessori education. After completing her degree in Early Childhood Education, she earned the AMI Assistants to Infancy diploma from IMMAC in Mexico City, trained by Silvia Singh C.  She has worked for more than 20 years in Montessori schools in México and the United States.

Gabriela completed the demanding AMI Training of Trainers program to be named an AMI Trainer at the 0-3 level (Assistants to Infancy).  She has worked on 0-3 teacher-training courses in Argentina, China, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Taiwan, and USA. She serves as a lecturer, consultant, examiner, and Director of Training for AMI.

Gabriela recently shared her insights about “The Development of the Bilingual Child in the First Three Years of Life” in AMI’s Voices of Training series. Read the article here.

Tuition: $12,500
A $500 non-refundable tuition deposit is due upon enrollment and will be applied to total tuition.

Early Bird Discount: An early bird discount of $300 is available to those who submit a completed application by April 1, 2024.
Your interview and formal acceptance must be completed by April 1, 2024 in order to qualify. The early bird discount will be deducted from your final tuition payment.

Payment: Please select from one of the payment plan options below.
All payment options exclude the $500 tuition deposit.

View Payment Plan schedule and details here.

Virtual information sessions will be held on the following dates. Please register and join us to learn more about this 0-3 course in Atlanta, Georgia.

50% can be done in the trainee’s own classroom if trainee is a guide or assistant, subject to trainer’s approval.
To be completed between fall 2024 and 2025.

Oral examinations are scheduled in conjunction with the Association Montessori Internationale. It is not possible to publish exact dates at this time. Oral examinations will be scheduled during the fall 2025 Session. Students will be informed as soon as dates are confirmed. All students must be in residence through the last day of the oral examination period, no matter when their individual examination is scheduled. Oral examinations may be scheduled on a Saturday.

Applicants who are international students or non-native English speakers must provide scores from one of the following tests:

Please refer to the Admissions page for more information.

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