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The AMI assistants course for assistants to infancy (0-3)

Montessori Vietnam Education Association Co., Ltd. In cooperation with the Association Montessori International (AMI), Montessori Training Center Northeast (MTCNE) and the Ho Chi Minh city University of Social Sciences and Humanities of to organize...

A Journey of Montessori Vietnam (2013-2019)

Cùng nhìn lại những chặng đường đáng nhớ của Montessori Việt Nam từ năm 2013 đến 2019.

Montessori Vietnam Association

Montessori Vietnam Association (MVA) is a consulting organization for schools, training centers as well as teachers and parents in professional development related to Montessori educational methods to support the natural development of children from birth to adulthood. MVA communicates and promotes Early Childhood Education to parents, schools, centers and communities so that people can see the lifelong benefits that Montessori Methods that bring to their children..

Montessori Vietnam Association wish many children in diverse ages in Vietnam to experience and enjoy the results that the Montessori method brings, the Montessori VietNam Association carries in them the enthusiasm of educators, determined to cooperate with individuals and organizations interested in Montessori Education Methods for the purpose of sustainable development and bringing Montessori methods to widen up in the community.

  • Maria Montessori

    Free the child's potential, and you will transform him into the world
  • Maria Montessori

    The education of even a small child, therefore, does not aim at preparing him for school, but for life
  • Maria Montessori

    One test of the correctness of educational procedure is the happiness of the child

Programs Montessori

Montessori classrooms are multi-aged learning environments, based on Dr. Montessori’s stage theory of human development, which she called The Four Planes of Development. In the first plane from birth to age six, the child is characterised by his or her "absorbent mind", absorbing all aspects of his or her environment, language and culture. In the second plane from age six to twelve, the child uses a "reasoning mind" to explore the world with abstract thought and imagination. In the third plane from twelve to eighteen, the adolescent has a "humanistic mind" eager to understand humanity and the contribution he or she can make to society. In the last plane of development, from age eighteen to twenty-four, the adult explores the world with a "specialist mind" taking his or her place in the world. Maria Montessori believed that if education followed the natural development of the child, then society would gradually move to a higher level of co-operation, peace and harmony.