Montessori Western Teacher Training Program

Quick Facts About the TEP

  • Full Affiliate Course Level(s): Elementary I,Early Childhood
  • Credits Source: California State University-East Bay

AMS Credentials Offered

  • Elementary I (6-9 years)
  • Associate Early Childhood
  • Early Childhood

About AMS-Affiliated Programs

AMS-affiliated teacher education programs provide comprehensive courses of study that prepare adult learners to be highly qualified Montessori educators. While each TEP is unique, with its own academic schedule and tuition, all are rigorously designed based on AMS standards, with the goal of ensuring that you will receive the necessary education for entry into practice at your chosen level. Fully affiliated course levels have received or maintained AMS affiliation by meeting all AMS standards and requirements. Those at the Applicant Affiliate level have been reviewed and accepted by the Teacher Education Action Commission (TEAC), and are awaiting approval by the AMS Board of Directors, which grants full affiliation.

About the TEP

Montessori Western Teacher Training Program has been a formidable teacher training facility in Southern California for over four decades! MWTTP has been dedicated to continued education for its instructors and is a constant support of AMS/MACTE and the furtherment of Montessori education worldwide. Why MWTTP? Montessori Western Teacher Training Program offers: • a unique, process-oriented approach to early childhood teacher preparation, • an overall emphasis on student responsibility for self-directed learning, communication, and the dynamics of human rela¬tionships. • ECE director qualifications • MWTTP course work is accepted by the California Department of Social Services as an alternative preparation for the required units of postsecondary education required to qualify pre-school teachers and directors in the state, contingent upon licensure from the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education.

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