What would you see in a Montessori classroom?
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Is Montessori method rigid?
I am am certified Montessori teacher I do not think that the Montessori method is "rigid" with regards to classroom management. There are responsibilities that the children have in the classroom but these are reasonable and things that the children are completely capable of doing and allow for more independence.
Is online montessori trained teacher acceptable?
Check with the local Montessori schools to see what qualifications they expect. I would think that a bachelors degree in education, coupled with extra training in the Montessori philosophy would be desirable. Both programs would provide hands on practice and training, so you probably couldn't complete the entire course online.
Asked in Grammar
Is that true see you later in classroom or see you later at classroom?
You would say "See you later in class" or "at class" (event) but you could also say "See you later in the classroom." (place) You need an article (the) to go with the object (classroom), but if you were talking about an event, such as "math" or "third period" you don't need an article (the). "Class" in the above case, is referring to something more specific: an event. classroom refers to a place class refers to an event "See you later in the gym." (place) "See you later in Gym" (event) "See you later at basketball practice" (event) "See you later, Alligator!" (silly rhyme)