With dream of floating an institution IMPTI
started its own journey in the year 2010. Fulfillment of needs of
legal under registration by Government of West Bengal Trust Board
with Registration No. 8850. With its own office at Italic Montessori
and Primary Teachers Training Institute, C/o Ankur Pre-School, 33/22B,
Raja S. C. Mallick Road, Kolkata-32.
Principal – Mom Maitra
Examination controller – Anjana Chanda
Assistant Teacher – Nabanita Mukherjee
Facilities available at IMPTI
1) IMPTI offers job oriented
2) IMPTI provides homely environment.
3) IMPTI offers all types of
4) Availability of all Montessori apparatus will provide by IMPTI.
5) Responsibility of study material will borne by the management
6) IMPTI will take responsibility
of students for the development of corporate communication required
by the modern age education and by various corporate schools.
7) IMPTI will provide job opportunities
during course time.
Montessori System of Education
Dr. Maria Montessori studied the child as a maker and as a master.
Our first teacher will be the child himself. We must help the inner
teacher of the child. With our cooperation only, one child can develop
their physical and mental skills. According to Dr. Maria Montessori
children have passion for work, self disciplined and confidence,
so as an assistant we must provide them a good technique of education.
This method is based on the firm believe that every child is born
with creative potentials, so child can be treated as an individual.
Why this Method is being implemented
in Indian Scenario?
Young children unconsciously absorb information as they explore
their environment. Dr. Montessori believed there are sensitive periods
in which certain environmental stimuli are especially interesting
to children. Therefore, teachers and parents should capitalize on
these periods by providing an abundance of high interest activities
and appropriate lessons at the right time. One early sensitive period
that Montessori described in detail in The Absorbent Mind is the
period of learning language, which is a common topic among developmental
theorists (and the media) today. Another important period, which
begins in the first year, is the one that makes a child extremely
sensitive to order. Dr. Montessori observed and identified eleven
different sensitive periods occurring from birth through age six.
Teachers can maximize cognitive development during sensitive periods
by closely observing the child, noting her interests and developmental
level in each area, and presenting lessons with the appropriate
materials. In addition, the teacher encourages the children to pursue
their interests, such as butterflies, while making connections to
various areas of the curriculum. Observing developmental levels
and integrating their interests across the curriculum is what we
call "following the child." The goal of the Montessori
environment is to allow each child to fully develop his intellectual
skills, not to push the child in order to meet some normative schedule
of development or requirements for standardized testing.
Intrinsic Motivation "We must support as much as possible the
child's desires for activity; not wait on him, but educate him to
be independent." - Dr. Maria Montessori
Success in school is directly linked to the degree to which children
believe that they are capable and independent human beings. As we
allow students to develop a meaningful degree of independence, leadership
and self-discipline, we also set a pattern for a lifetime of good
work habits and a sense of responsibility. Personal anecdotes from
Montessori alumni explain that their school prepared them across
the curriculum and taught them how to plan and organize their work.
The students leave the Montessori school with a strong sense of
self, a deep respect for others and a love of learning that will
enable them to be successful in other schools and in all aspects
Why IMPTI follows all the Systems
and Process Recharged by Dr. Maria Montessori?
Montessori education is an educational approach developed by Italian
physician and educator Maria Montessori and characterized by an
emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for
a child's natural psychological, physical, and social development.
Although a range of practices exists under the name "Montessori",
the Association Montessori International (AMI) and the American
Montessori Society (AMS) cite these elements as essential:
Mixed age classrooms,
with classrooms for children ages 2½ or 3 to 6 years old
by far the most common
of activity from within a prescribed range of options
blocks of work time, ideally three hours
or "discovery" model, where students learn concepts from
working with materials, rather than by direct instruction
materials developed by Montessori and her collaborators
Freedom of movement
within the classroom
A trained Montessori
In addition, many Montessori schools design their programs with
reference to Montessori's model of human development from her published
works, and use pedagogy, lessons, and materials introduced in teacher
training derived from courses presented by Montessori during her