A Unique Way
There’s nothing quite like the authentic Montessori philosophy of learning, and nothing quite like the results it yields. Here, unique learning tools, just the right amount of guidance, plenty of independence and lots of social interaction all feed into the trademark Montessori self-directed educational process. The personal interests of a child are embraced, celebrated and nurtured.
We encourage you to visit and browse our homepage and learn more about our unique programs for children ages 18 months to 12 years old.
What Parents say about us...
Avoid the 'Summer Slide'. Learning should never stop.
Distance Learning the Mother Goose Way!
For School Year 2021-2022
We're here for you! As parents we are faced with the difficult choice regarding education for our child. We know how personal this decision
is and we are here to support your family. If you are interested but want more information, sign up here so we can discuss our programs to fit your needs and continue your child's love of learning.
As we navigate through these unprecedented and rapidly changing times of the Covid-19 pandemic, we at Mother Goose are challenged to reimagine education because what we once knew and felt comfortable with as normal no longer exists. We therefore have no choice but to proactively respond to the " new normal" education landscape in order to continue with our mission of serving the educational needs of young people.
Mother Goose Schools' response to the needed shift from face-to-face classroom learning to distance/remote learning is alt (Alternative Learning).
Below please find our answers to frequently asked questions about alt:
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the purpose of ALT?
In response to these unprecedented times of lockdown and social distancing practices, alt serves as MG's launchpad for meaningful, engaging, and equitable Distance/Remote Learning for all students to ensure continuity of learning and connectedness.
What are the salient features of ALT?
Alt is a combination of online and offline learning.
What is ALT's curricular content and time allotment?
Is ALT recognized by DepEd and in compliance with its MELC (Most Essential Learning Competencies)?
YES, it is recognized by DepEd and in compliance with MELC (and much more).
How is ALT Learning aligned with Montessori?
Since Montessori education profoundly depends on Montessori materials and its learning environment, our teachers are carefully preparing lessons that seek to be aligned with the Montessori principles while taking into account the challenges they may present at home. These activities that are identified by the teachers will engage children while confined to their homes either for a short or long period of time. Daily check-ins will be done and learning packets will be sent weekly. Brief one-on-one online sessions will be conducted if necessary.
Montessori Materials are very specific. How can MG still provide the Montessori way of teaching?
What is the difference between MOTHER GOOSE’S ALT Learning and HOMESCHOOLING?
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