Teaching with ETC Montessori curriculum

Tools, techniques and new products aimed at helping you effectively present concepts in a Montessori environment

AMS Essential Requirements for a 9-12 Level Class

 

The following is a list compiled from the American Montessori Society (AMS) regarding the Essential Requirements for a 9-12 Level Class or an Elementary II classroom. Read More

   
 

AMS Essential Requirements for 6-9 Level Class

 

The following is a list compiled from the American Montessori Society regarding the Essential Requirements for a 6-9 Level Class or an Elementary I classroom.  Read More

   
 

The difference between Teacher Presented Nomenclature and Working Nomenclature

 

When you first open a set of cards, from ETC Montessori, you occasionally notice your set of materials contains two different types of nomenclature cards. One that does not have the traditional 3 part card look, and one that has the look that so many of us have become accustomed to working with, and have often been trained on presenting and using with our students. This is certainly true for such curriculum items as our Physical Science, Upper Elementary Chemistry, Upper Elementary BotanyMeasurement curriculum and Ecology. Therefore, it is often asked why some of our materials contain two types of nomenclature cards and how do you use them. In the next few paragraphs we will explore the reason for developing such cards, and what their intended use is. Read More