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Are You Aware of the Student Teacher Ratio at Our Bonita Montessori School?

This is the eleventh installment of 12 Tips for Choosing a Montessori School which can also be downloaded as a free eBook.

An important measure of quality, when searching for a school for your child, is the number of students per classroom. This is typically measured in terms of Student-teacher ratio. Why is this important?

Many educational philosophers agree that a lower teacher-student ratio leads to a higher quality education. This is due to the fact that a teacher with less students will be available to provide more one-on-one, personalized attention to each student throughout the learning process.

Obviously, lower student-teacher ratios do not always equate to a more quality education. Factors, such as the teaching methods, classroom environment, and ability of the teacher to understand each individual child’s needs, all play a large role in the quality of education your child will receive. However, even with the best teachers, a lower student ratio is ideal.

At Montessori American, we adhere to a student-teacher ratio of 12 to 1. This means that a teacher will never be responsible for more than 12 children in one classroom. We have two Montessori certified teachers per class, with 24 children.12 Tips For Choosing a Montessori School

This individualized attention is combined with Montessori teaching methods and a classroom environment that inspires creativity, a love of learning, self-motivation, and personal development. These factors combined provide an unsurpassed quality of education that is hard to find in a traditional school setting.

Looking for a Bonita Montessori School with a small student teacher ratio? Montessori American School is the preschool you are looking for. Our school offers many unique enrichment classes for your children which include Spanish, Yoga, Art, and Music! If you would like to learn more contact us online, call (619) 422-1220, or connect with Montessori American School on Facebook.

– Edith

 

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