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First International Partnership Launched: SOL International Montessori Training Center in Vietnam

Bringing the “Introduction to Montessori” and “Montessori in the Home” Courses to Vietnam!
First International Partnership Launched: SOL International Montessori Training Center in Vietnam

We are thrilled to announce a partnership with SOL International Montessori Training Center (SOL IMTC) Vietnam. SOL IMTC is one of the largest early education training centers in Vietnam, offering humanistic services to anyone who is interest in early childhood. Their aim is to help every child become a happy, successful adult, who has developed to their full potential.

Founded by Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Huyen in July 2015, SOL IMTC had a goal of reaching 1 million Vietnamese people. Just one year later, the organization became MACTE accredited and the 10th branch of the Canadian Montessori Training Institute in Vietnam. To this day, SOL IMTC has provided training to thousands of parents, educators and conducted consultation with hundreds of schools across Vietnam. They are well on their way to reaching the 1 million!

Huyen, SOL IMTC’s CEO, said “The Prepared Montessorian has youth, flexibility, and modernity when it comes to modernizing Montessori education - this is very consistent with the spirit of SOL which is to guide learners to apply in practice and succeed and be happy with the knowledge learned.” She will be a part of the panel at the Discovering the Child conference speaking about Montessori in Asia. Check out her speaker profile here!

On Saturday, May 29, 2021, The Prepared Montessorian delivered its “Introduction to Montessori” course to almost 900 attendees with simultaneous Vietnamese translation.

Much preparation and care were supported operationally by both organizations to ensure seamless Zoom access, smooth translation experience, and cultural sensitivity. Emily Daggett, a Montessori Mentor, instructed the first session with enthusiasm and professionalism in the early morning hours of her time zone. There was such an abundance of questions that showed how parenting, education and child development are topics that unite us. From nuanced situations to common questions we’ve heard from students across the world, such as “How can I help my child understand I need to cook dinner and can’t play with them all day?” to “Where do I even begin?” The Vietnamese audience displayed incredible energy and curiosity. 

We can’t wait to answer the questions that come up during the Montessori in the Home courses!