On 6/20/10, Dakota wrote:
> Loyola University has an accredited AMI program that counts for
> credit. According to their website it counts as 27 graduate credits.
> programs/montessori/primary.aspx Hope that helps. On 6/20/10, rl
>> I think it may depend upon where you received your training, as
>> well. My training was through a private course, but the units are
>> transferable through a 4 year state college - if I want to pay for
>> them. (At the cost of several thousands of dollars, I've decided
>> not to transfer them. I believe if I transferred them, the
>> college and state then considers the Montessori training to be
>> equal to a Bachelors, if transfered). There is another college
>> that offers a masters degree in Montessori that is recognized by
>> the state.
>> For me, it works out okay, because I already have more than enough
>> ECE units through a community college, taken before I decided to
>> learn about Montessori. I would speak to the director of the
>> classes and see if they will allow you to attend anyway. Good
>> luck to you.
>> On 6/20/10, montmo wrote:
>>> CM: It depends on what state you live in. I have my AMS
>>> certification through a major university in my state, and the
>>> state licensing agency refuses to recognize ANY of my work for
>>> ece credits! I was so totally shocked but then, I guess I
>>> should realize that Montessori is still not recognized as a
>>> legit. Sometimes we Montessorians are so wrapped up in our own
>>> little world that we forget how we are perceived by
>>> the "outside of Montessori world".
>>> On 6/19/10, CM wrote:
>>>> Does anyone know how many ECE units AMI diploma is
>>>> equivalent to. I want to take some courses like 'Staff
>>>> Development and Supervision for Early Childhood Program'
>>>> from the local community college and the basic requirement
>>>> is 12 ECE units. Thanks..