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These courses are designed for self-study and self-assessment.
Study at your own pace from the convenience of your home.
FLEX MONTESSORI is an online planning, recording and management system, designed by Montessori teachers, who wanted to focus on ‘doing Montessori’.
Online and On-Site Blended Montessori Learning
WMI holds international accredited status for its 0-3, 3-6, 6-9, 9-12 and 12-18 Diploma programmes* from the Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Education
Study the Montessori Method through interactive online theory on our dedicated Flex Learn platform, convenient classroom practice, and fun and intensive materials workshops in various locations.
With our combined, flexible method, we have been training guides since 1999 and our staff are dedicated to leading and inspiring students to become true Montessori educators.
*Applies to Diplomas from our main centre (Oslo) and our Stockholm location. Renewable in 2025.
Montessori Accreditation Council for Teacher Educationwww.macte.org(434) 202-7793420 Park Street, Charlottesville, Virginia 22902
Apply right away or email us.We would love to hear from you, and help you find the right course and starting date for you.
Clare Healy Walls is the founder of WMI. She spent over 20 years as a Montessori pre-school teacher and a Montessori school teacher. Since 1981 she has been training adults as Montessori teachers.
Clare has been extensively involved in the research and development of training programmes. Her personal interest in Jungian psychology and BodySoul Rhythms (as developed by Marion Woodman, Canada) has encouraged her to use Maria Montessori’s philosophy for people of all ages, highlighting the common themes of life from birth to adulthood.
She received an MA in Education (Management) from the Open University where she learned how to make flexible and online learning support Maria Montessori’s philosophy for life and learning. She also holds Montessori St. Nicholas teaching diplomas for pre-school and school. She lives in Ireland.
Aleksandra holds a MA in Psychology from the University of Opole, Poland. She feels that these studies have prepared her well for her role as a Montessori guide and tutor. Apart from Montessori qualifications, she also holds a Diploma in Crèche Management together with a Certificate in First Line Management from The College of Progressive Education, Blackrock, Ireland.
Aleksandra has been working in the Montessori field since 2004. She has a broad pedagogical experience from Montessori pre-schools and schools in Ireland and in Norway. She has always been passionate and actively involved in the inclusion of children with special needs, her experience focusing on Autism, ADHD and Down syndrome. In Waterpark Montessori Aleksandra works full time as a tutor for ages 3-9 years. Her role also includes student support and advisory service as well as registrar duties.
Sarah is the leader of the Waterpark Montessori International college and joint CEO of Waterpark Montessori group. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts with a focus on education from Central Connecticut State University and is currently pursuing a Master of Education from the University of the People. She holds Montessori diplomas for Early Childhood (3-6 years), Lower Elementary (6-9 years) and Upper Elementary (9-12 years). In addition, Sarah is a certified Montessori trainer for the same age groups.
Sarah has worked with children since 1994, and as a Montessori kindergarten and elementary school teacher from 2005. Sarah currently works to develop curriculum, oversee the college and advising to Montessori schools and preschools.
Nicole is a WMI trained Montessori teacher for the age groups 3-6 and 6-9 years and is close to completing the WMI tutor training programme.
Nicole has worked at a Montessori school in Bergen for eight years, where she is a group leader and educational supervisor. Nicole also completed a one year teacher training programme (English) in Bergen.
Nicole Hermann, a wholehearted Montessori Trainer and Expert in Cosmic Education.
Montessori Education is her passion and has accompanied her for many years. And because she does not want to keep this joy to herself but want to share this knowledge with as many as possible, she works with Montessori enthusiasts throughout Europe.
After her education as an Early Childhood Educator in Germany and her studies (English and German as a foreign language, ongoing master’s degree in Democracy Development) in Norway at the UIB, she discovered the Montessori pedagogy for her. She fell in love with Montessori and then immediately began to further her education. With her Montessori training focus 3-6 and 6-9 and also her subsequent training as a Montessori coach 3-6 and 6-9, she has been finished since 2015. The Montessori educations at WMI International and Akademie Biberkor have shaped her and there is nothing more beautiful for Nicole than seeing satisfied children working independently and concentrated in a prepared environment. During her further education, she worked at the Montessori school in Bergen, where she took over a classroom management (1-4 class) and the pedagogical guidance of the employees of the entire school. In total, she has over 15 years of experience from the school and 7 years of working as a teacher.
Bríd Walls first studied Montessori pedagogy in New York in 1981. Later, she worked in Denver as a Montessori guide and school directress. She was involved in the development of Infant Toddler (0-3 years) education in Connecticut and Colorado in cooperation with AMS (American Montessori Society) and AMI (Association Montessori Internationale).
From 1997 to 1999, Bríd was a tutor with St. Nicholas Montessori in Oslo and with Clare Healy Walls developed WMI’s Infant Toddler study programme. Bríd has also lectured on behalf of WMI at St. Nicholas Montessori College of Ireland.
Kajsa har diplom för åldrarna 2,5-6 och 6-9 från St Nicholas collage (via SMI) och för åldrarna 9-12 från Waterpark Montessori International. Hon har också svensk grundskollärarexamen för åk 1-6.
Kajsa har även konstnärlig utbildning och har utvecklat och skapat eget montessorimaterial.
Kajsa har arbetat som montessorilärare sedan 1994 och har erfarenhet från både förskola och skola för åldrarna 0-12 år.
Mellan 2000-2019 har Kajsa arbetat som klasslärare på olika montessoriskolor runt om i Stockholm.
Sedan 2019 arbetar hon som rektor och skolchef på Stockholms Montessoriskola Anne Frank.
Kajsa är färdigutbildad tutor för åldrarna 6-9 och 9-12 år på Waterpark Montessori International.
Ronny has diplomas for ages 6-9 and 9-12 from Waterpark Montessori International. Ronny also has training in Special Education Pedagogy AD / HD, Asperger and Tourette from the University of Harstad and School Leisure Management from CSI.
Ronny worked at Drøbak Montessori Skole (Norway) from 2005 – 2015. There he had responsibility for physical education and home economics and SE / NO substances.
He has co-written a textbook in home economics for middle school, Kokeboka mi.
Ronny lives in Stockholm since 2015 and works as a teacher at the Albatross Montessori School, and now at Stockholms Montessoriskola Anne Frank with the 6-9 age group.
Ronny is a fully qualified tutor for ages 6-9 and 9-12 with Waterpark Montessori.
Astrid is a trained teacher and Montessori certification for children 0-6 years.
Astrid has worked in Montessori kindergarten for 16 years as a manager, owner and educator.
Since 2013 she has worked as the manager of two kindergartens; Villa Snøringsmoen Montessoribarnehage and Veslekollen Montessori Gårdsbarnehage.
Halvor is a trained Montessori educator and tutor for ages 0-9 years. He has worked with children since 1996 and in a Montessori kindergarten and school since 2005.
Halvor also has a Bachelor’s in Early Childhood from Queen Maud’s College in Trondheim.
Vaida is a WMI trained Montessori teacher for 6-9 years and has worked in Holmestrand International Montessori School since 2009. She also has Higher Education Diploma in Music and is currently completing a bachelor’s degree in music at the University of Educology in Vilnius. Vaida joined the WMI tutor trainee programme in 2012.
Before Vaida came to Norway, she taught at The Performance Arts in Kaunas Food Industry School in Lithuania (High School Level). From 2007 to 2009 she was a teacher’s assistant at London Stoneydown Primary School.
Jyoti Senthil is an educational consultant and trainer in K-5 schools. She worked for an IB school as Management Advisor, as a Director for a Montessori Pre-school and Training Institute in India and continues to consult and train. She has more than a decade of experience in Educational leadership. She completed her Master’s in Education from the University of Bath, United Kingdom with Primary Years Program (PYP) International Baccalaureate as her specialization and acquired the IB Learning and Teaching Certificate. She holds a Trainer’s Award from Waterpark Montessori International, Norway and is a visiting faculty and examiner with them. She is also a doctoral student at the University of Bath, United Kingdom pursuing a Doctorate in Education. She is privileged to work with educators from different parts of the world and is grateful for this learning process. She is from India, living in Las Vegas with her family.
Aruna Varsani has been in the Montessori Education for the last 8 years and has an International Diploma from Montessori Institute of America (MIA). In line with her passion for teaching and professional management skills, Aruna has acquired Directorship of the School.
Shreya has studied Montessori 3-6 and has taught in Montessori schools in Nairobi, Kenya for the past 3 years. She had been working with 4-6 year olds. She has been the college coordinator and lecturer for Montessori Plus Center – WMIs Kenyan center for the past one and a half years.
Claire is a graduate of St. Nicholas Montessori College Ireland having passed all her diplomas from birth to three years, three to six years, six to nine years and nine to twelve years.
She opened her first Montessori school for children up to six in Ireland in 1992 which exists to this day.
She moved to France in 1996 to gain experience with primary-aged children (over six) and worked in a large Montessori school in west Paris which catered for children from the ages of 3-18 until its closure in 2011.
She then co-founded an association for language and school help using the Montessori method as much as possible. During this time, she also worked in a small school in Maison Lafitte in both Nursery and primary classes.
In 2013 she started to work in a new school which is doing very well in West Paris, with again both Nursery and primary aged children in English.
In 2014 she started training as a Trainee trainer with Waterpark Montessori International which is based in Norway and has trained most of the Montessori guides in Norway. She has also for two years run workshops in France.
She is a mother of three Bilingual children who were all raised using the Montessori principles and attended Montessori schools.
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