M.Ed. TIES at Endicott College
Master of Education, Montessori Integrative Learning
The Institute for Educational Studies, Endicott College
The TIES-ENDICOTT Master of Education in Montessori Integrative Learning explores and expands upon the contexts that contribute to Montessori teaching and learning. We value Maria Montessori’s insight that recognizes the inherent human potential. That awareness begins at birth and, in the right environment, is capable of creating a new humanity on a sustainable Earth.
In collaboration with MI-NE earn 12 cross-credits and a $4,500 tuition discount.
Concentration Course List
|INT 530||Integrative Learning I – Learning Tools||2|
|INT 553||Math & Instructional Strategies in the Montessori Classroom||2|
|INT 585||Montessori Foundation Emphasis I||4|
|INT 567||Creativity & Research I – Observations||2|
|INT 554||Transformative Learning I – Reflections||2|
|MON 545||Foundations of Montessori Education (pre-practicum)||6|
|MON 546||Math & Instructional Strategies in the Montessori Classroom||6|
|MON 547||Language & Literacy Across the Curriculum||6|
|MON 548||Human Development & Learning||3|
|MON 560||Montessori Practicum & Seminar||3|
Program Total 45 cr. hrs.
Additional Courses for Licensure
($350/credit—eligible for federal and private loan funds)
|EDU 520||Teaching Strategies||3|
|EDU 575||Classroom Management & Organization||3|
|EDU 580||Methods and Practice in Early Childhood||3|
|EDU 614||Integrating Technology for All Students||3|
For more information contact: www.gordon.edu/graduate/montessori
Dr. Janet Arndt, Director of Graduate Studies. Gordon College.
The Institute for Educational Studies in affiliation with Van Loan School at Endicott College.