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Master in AMI Montessori Guide for Elementary Education (6-12 years)

Recognized by the International Montessori Association (AMI)

2nd Edition

Management

  • Dani Cañigueral Viñals

    Holds a Diploma in Elementary Education from the University of Girona. He has worked in various state schools and since 1989 has been an Elementary teacher in the Montessori Palau Girona. He holds the AMI Diploma as a Guide in Elementary Education (6-12), which he completed in Girona in 2005. With more than 15 years of experience as a Montessori guide, he has directed and participated in talks, workshops and seminars related to the Montessori method. He has been responsible for coordination in his Montessori school and has assumed functions related to educational innovation in the Montessori Palau Girona. He holds the AMI Diploma in Infant Education (3-6) awarded by the University of Vic. He participated as a speaker in the 27th International Montessori Conference held in 2013 in Portland (Oregon). During his teacher training, he actively participated in the first AMI 6-12 course in Prague and in the first international AMI 6-12 course in Girona. In the 2018-19 academic year, he completed part of an Interuniversity Master in Inclusive Education. Since 2015 he has been specializing in the work of María Montesori in Barcelona. About this stage she has found unpublished documents and has written various articles in specialized magazines. It is also dedicated to helping schools and teachers discover and better understand Montessori. Collaborate with researchers on education and with the Montessori district of Perugia. He is currently finishing a PhD in Education at the UVic University.  Since November 2018, he has been an international trainer of AMI guides in Elementary Education. He has participated in AMI certificates (assistants and refresher courses) and is now doing his second Master in AMI Montessori Guide for Elementary Education. 

Coordination

  • Ana Julià Barnadas

    Ana Juliá Barnadas holds a Degree in Philosophy and in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences. She holds the AMI (Association Montessori Internationale) Foundation Course 3-6 and Elementary 6-12 Diplomas. She has completed 0-3 and 3-6 training for the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential (Philadelphia, USA). She is a teacher at Baccalaureate level and coordinates the Training and Innovation section at the Montessori Palau Girona. Since 2012 she has chaired the Spanish Montessori Association. She co-directs the Montessori International Research and Training Centre  (MIRTC) and has given presentations at congresses and collaborations in various media outlets on educational issues.

Teaching staff

  • Dani Cañigueral Viñals

    Holds a Diploma in Elementary Education from the University of Girona. He has worked in various state schools and since 1989 has been an Elementary teacher in the Montessori Palau Girona. He holds the AMI Diploma as a Guide in Elementary Education (6-12), which he completed in Girona in 2005. With more than 15 years of experience as a Montessori guide, he has directed and participated in talks, workshops and seminars related to the Montessori method. He has been responsible for coordination in his Montessori school and has assumed functions related to educational innovation in the Montessori Palau Girona. He holds the AMI Diploma in Infant Education (3-6) awarded by the University of Vic. He participated as a speaker in the 27th International Montessori Conference held in 2013 in Portland (Oregon). During his teacher training, he actively participated in the first AMI 6-12 course in Prague and in the first international AMI 6-12 course in Girona. In the 2018-19 academic year, he completed part of an Interuniversity Master in Inclusive Education. Since 2015 he has been specializing in the work of María Montesori in Barcelona. About this stage she has found unpublished documents and has written various articles in specialized magazines. It is also dedicated to helping schools and teachers discover and better understand Montessori. Collaborate with researchers on education and with the Montessori district of Perugia. He is currently finishing a PhD in Education at the UVic University.  Since November 2018, he has been an international trainer of AMI guides in Elementary Education. He has participated in AMI certificates (assistants and refresher courses) and is now doing his second Master in AMI Montessori Guide for Elementary Education. 

  • Eduardo José Cuevas González

    He became acquainted with the scientific and spiritual dimension of Dr. Montessori's proposal in 1971 at the University of Puerto Rico, while taking an elective course on elementary education, which changed the course of his life.
    In 1973 he completed his first Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) course for ages 3 to 6 in Mexico City, where he remained for 9 transformative years under the tutelage of Nan Hanrath.
    In 1982 he returned to the Island of Enchantment where he founded and directed the Montessori Ambiente "Clarita Lugo de Sendra", as suggested to him by Mr. Mario Montessori, in his endeavor to become an AMI Trainer.
    In 1987, after having completed an additional 2 years of training at the Midwest Montessori Institute, under the wise direction of Ms. Hildegard Solzbacher, he returned to Puerto Rico to found the Center for Montessori Studies in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, year in which he held his first AMI training course.
    Eduardo, with his adventurous spirit and desire to be a citizen of the world, has directed the first AMI courses in Hartford, Connecticut, USA and in Gerona, Spain, and participated in the first course at the University of Uppsala, Sweden. For 21 years he directed the Montessori Training Centre of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Currently, he is Director of Training for the Fundación Vizcaya course in Bilbao, Spain. He has been a speaker at AMI conferences in Australia, China, Sweden and the United States, among others.
    He has a Master's degree in Elementary Education from Loyola University and doctoral courses at the University of British Columbia. He has 38 years of experience as a consultant to schools, as well as in successful parent education programs, and having created the DVD "Because No One Was Born a Parent". He served for six years on the board of AMI in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

  • Aleksander Modekin

    Aleksander Modekin works as a teacher of Elementary Education in the Semitsvetic Montessori School, Dolgoprudny, in the district of Moscow, Russia. He holds a Degree in Law and an additional Diploma in Education. In 2018 he graduated at the Montessori Palau International Research and Training Center (MIRTC), where he undertook a training course in AMI Elementary Education. Mr. Modekin has presented various lectures and workshops in different educational conferences in Russia. Furthermore, he is currently participating in an educational research project and is studying a postgraduate course.

  • Gladis Routier Cañigueral

    Gladis Routier Cañigueral has been a teacher of Elementary education in the CCE Montessori Palau Girona since 2008. She holds a Degree in Elementary Education from the University of Barcelona and holds an Interuniversity Master’s Degree in Youth and Society. She obtained the AMI Diploma in Elementary Education (6-12 years) at the Centro Internazionale Studi Montessoriani in Bergamo (Italy). She participated in an AMI extension course in artistic education in Bergamo. She has participated as an assistant in AMI Montessori training courses in Girona.

*Management reserves the right to modify the teaching staff, if necessary, to ensure the levels of quality and professional category.
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