GENERAL INFORMATION RELATED TO ALL
MONTESSORI TEACHER EDUCATION COURSES
of the Montessori Center for Teacher Education
LoAnn Jundt is the Executive Director of Argonauta Educational Programs Inc., the nonprofit corporation which operates Maria Montessori School of San Diego for children ages 3-15 and the Montessori Center for Teacher Education. Ms.Jundt has taught all ages from preschool through college graduates. She received her Montessori Credential for 2-7 in London, England in 1965 through the International Association of Progressive Montessorians (IAPM). Ms. Jundt attended the Advanced Montessori Training Course in Bergamo, Italy in 1980 and holds the Montessori Credential for Elementary ages 6-12 from the Association Montessori International (AMI).
Montessori Center for Teacher Education courses are conducted in the fully equipped classrooms of Maria Montessori School for children ages 3-14 located at 4544 Pocahontas Avenue, San Diego, California 92117.
Montessori Center for Teacher Education is sponsored by Argonauta Educational Programs, Inc., a nonprofit educational corporation created to establish Montessori schools for children, to offer teacher education programs for adults, to conduct parent study groups, and to provide qualified lecturers on Montessori Education.
Montessori Center for Teacher Education Courses are accredited by the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education (MACTE) to 2021. The Early Childhood and the Elementary Teacher Education Courses, 6-9 and 6-12, are affiliated by the American Montessori Society (AMS).
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Information and Applications
Information and applications for enrollment can be obtained by writing or calling
Montessori Center for Teacher Education
4544 Pocahontas Ave.
San Diego, CA 92117
Montessori Center for Teacher Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national or ethnic origin, or sexual orientation.
Applications may be downloaded here:
Bureau for Private Post-Secondary Education:
To satisfy “California Ability to Benefit” requirements, if the student does not have a college degree, a qualifying test must be taken before the first day of the academic component. This test does not cover any subject areas but rather screens for possession of minimum language, logic, and number skills.