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Fall 2014

Start Date:  September 29, 2014
Registration Ends:  October 13, 2014
Term End Date:  December 7, 2014


  • Course #454G - Language Arts 2 (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Language Arts 2 covers a thorough system for teaching compound words, suffix, prefix, antonym, synonym, homophone, homograph, homonym, capitalization and punctuation.




    Winter 2015


    Start Date:  January 15, 2015
    Registration Ends:  February 20, 2015
    Term End Date:  March 15, 2015


  • Course #96VV - Zoology, Chemistry, Botany (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Botany topics covered: Five Kingdoms, plant anatomy, physiology, geography, plant industries and horticulture. Zoology: detailed study of the animal kingdom, exploring animal needs and how they are met. Chemistry introduces basic atomic and molecular theory, elements, compounds and mixtures, and states of matter.




    Spring 2015


    Start Date:  March 30, 2015
    Registration Ends:  May 16, 2015
    Term End Date:  June 7,2015


  • Course #96VW - Montessori Theory (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Montessori Theory includes the following topics: Montessori - A biography; The Periods of Development; The Absorbent Mind; The Sensitive Periods; The Importance of Early Intellectual Stimulation; Normalization; Classroom Management.



    Summer 2015


    Start Date:  June 22, 2015
    Registration Ends:  July 11, 2015
    Term End Date:  August 24, 2015


  • Course #455W - Geography 1 & 2, and Science Experiments (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Montessori Geography begins with the universe then moves to the Earth in general, followed by continents, countries, and culture. Classic Montessori hands-on science experiments provide 90 step-by-step activities for curriculum integration.

  • Course #455X - History and The Five Great Lessons (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • A study of the wonder and scope of history and man’s important place in the universe provides a comprehensive view of the history of Earth and Man

  • Course #45B6 - Math 1 | Advanced Practical Life (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Complete, detailed instruction for the use of Montessori math materials that cover the four operations; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
    Advanced Practical Life activities are designed to help the educator create an environment for the development of strong self-esteem among students. Simple versions of adult practical life activities — cooking, gardening, sewing, and basic etiquette — evoke a respect for others and the community.



    Fall 2015


    Start Date:  TBD
    Registration Ends:  TBD
    Term End Date:  TBD


  • Course #455X - History and The Five Great Lessons (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • A study of the wonder and scope of history and man’s important place in the universe provides a comprehensive view of the history of Earth and Man



    Winter 2016


    Start Date:  TBD
    Registration Ends:  TBD
    Term End Date:  TBD


  • Course #45B6 - Math 1 | Advanced Practical Life (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Complete, detailed instruction for the use of Montessori math materials that cover the four operations; addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
    Advanced Practical Life activities are designed to help the educator create an environment for the development of strong self-esteem among students. Simple versions of adult practical life activities — cooking, gardening, sewing, and basic etiquette — evoke a respect for others and the community.



    Spring 2016


    Start Date:  TBD
    Registration Ends:  TBD
    Term End Date:  TBD


  • Course #459K - Math 2 (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • This Montessori curriculum sets out complete, detailed lessons that enable the educator to introduce the child to geometry, fractions, factors and multiples. The course manuals provide detailed instruction for the use of Mathematics materials, and the Method behind this successful program. The student gains an appreciation for a Math program based on the use of concrete materials.




    Summer 2016


    Start Date:  TBD
    Registration Ends:  TBD
    Term End Date:  TBD


  • Course #45B5 - Cosmic Education, Peace, Health & Nutrition, Physical Education (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Montessori’s view of universal connection, especially the view that the Earth must be respected and preserved, leads us to the cosmic task - to help children become adults who strive to achieve a peaceful coexistence in a sustainable environment. This integrated program prepares the educator to set the stage for the development of peaceful, caring citizens.

  • Course #10143 - Language Arts 1/Art, Music & Parent Communication (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • The Montessori Language Arts 1 program looks at crucial concepts such as how to approach unfamiliar words and subjects, how to brainstorm ideas and how to risk and learn. Proven, specific Montessori methodology surrounding spelling, grammar, penmanship, dictionary skills and poetry are covered in detail.
  • Course #454G - Language Arts 2 (5 quarter-level graduate credits)

  • Language Arts 2 covers a thorough system for teaching compound words, suffix, prefix, antonym, synonym, homophone, homograph, homonym, capitalization and punctuation.




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