Elementary and Secondary Faculty - Montessori Global Research Institute

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FACULTY & STAFF

Mrs. Misaida Gonzalez
Elementary Montessori Intern
Mrs. Misaida Gonzalez has recently relocated to join Montessori Global from Miami Gardens, where she worked in a Montessori school for over 10 years. She now resides in Palm Coast with her husband and two sons. Over ten years ago she stepped into a Montessori classroom and instantly fell in love with how organized it was and how the teachers never stopped modifying the lessons and material for every child’s needs. All those years have helped her learn from her own experiences by keeping her goals as a teacher. Working with children makes her keep moving forward with her studies, seeing how much she can teach and build in a child’s mind. Today, her goal for the future is to obtain her Montessori education in Special Needs Children. She currently holds her 3-6 Montessori certification and is enrolled in the CGMS Elementary I training. She is teaching in MGRI Elementary class as a Montessori Intern.

Mrs. Jessica Perez-Carrillo
 
Montessori Global Elementary I Intern
Mrs. Jessica Perez-Carrillo is an Elementary teacher at Montessori Global Research Institute. She was born and raised in Puerto Rico and moved to Florida in 2011. She has a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Exceptional Student Education from Interamerican University of Puerto Rico. She is a certified teacher in Puerto Rico and Florida for Elementary Education and Exceptional Student Education. In October 2019, she was given the opportunity to start working for Montessori Global, which has allowed her to learn more about the Montessori method and she fell in love with the way the students learn at their own individual pace and according to their own choices of activities.

“Teachers nurture the seeds of today, so they may bloom into the flowers of tomorrow.”


Dr. Ambar Cipolloni
Elementary Montessori II Intern
Dr Ambar Saleh-Cipolloni knew that she was born to be a teacher with a profound love for children, developing a successful preschool at her native Dominican Republic. Dr. Saleh Cipolloni has earned a B.A in Early Childhood Education; Masters degrees in Spanish Languages & Cultural Studies; Teaching Spanish as a Second Language, and Montessori Education; Montessori certifications in preprimary (0-3), primary (3-6), and lower elementary (6-9) education; a doctorate in Biblical Psychology; and a doctorate Ed.D in Instructional Leadership. She is completing a licensure  in Clinical Mental Health and Montessori certification in upper elementary (9-12), and secondary (12-18) education. She is past and current consultant for Redlands Christian Migrant Association (RCMA) that provides the largest number of early childhood programs in Florida; consulted with Florida State University; adjunct professor at St John’s River Community College and Daytona State College; and faculty assistant professor and department chair at Bethune Cookman University. She is currently an adjunct professor for Kentucky Weslyen, and Florida Gateway College. She and Dr. Cipolloni have raised their four successful children with the benefit of Montessori philosophy.

       Professor Martha Alder
Montessori Global Elementary Teacher
Mrs. Alder was born and raised in Colombia and came to the United States in 2011. Mrs. Alder's family consists of her husband, her son, and handsome dog.  She is a Social Communicator, Journalist, and Human Resource Specialist. She was also a Professor of Communication Skills Development; Professor of Integral Communication and Professor of Research and Social Investigation. Mrs. Alder has over eleven years in research and college-level instruction, and seven years managing social programs, for a College in Colombia. She holds a Bachelor of Social Communication, with emphasis in Journalism and Organizational Communication.  (UNAB) Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga, Colombia. Specialization in Human Resources. (UNAB) Universidad Autónoma de Bucaramanga, Colombia.
Other certifications include:
*  Comprehension and production of texts for publication, with University Cooperative of Colombia (UCC).
*  Curriculum and Learning in Higher Education, with University Cooperative of Colombia (UCC).
*  Environmental Systems Dynamics, Business and Social.  Led Virtually from Barcelona, Spain.
*  Basic Management of Information Technologies and Communication, with the Ministry of National Education. Colombia.

Publications:

*  Co-author of the book:  "Ten Success Factors in the Solidarity Economy Organizations"; with the University Cooperative of Colombia.  Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia (UCC).
*  Co-author of the book:  "The Park Bench", the education and television to promote citizenship skills, based on principles and values of Solidarity Economy.  Including recommendations for teachers and parents"; with the University Cooperative of Colombia.  Universidad Cooperativa de Colombia (UCC).

She was fortunate to start teaching Spanish at Montessori Global Resource Institute in August 2019, and immediately fell in love with the Montessori way of teaching.

Montessori Global Research Institute
53 North Old Kings Road
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 492-7165
admissions@montessoriglobalri.com
MGRI provides an environment that is free from discrimination of any type, including based on ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Montessori Global Research Institute
53 North Old Kings Road, Suites A & B
Ormond Beach, FL 32174
(386) 492-7165
admissions@montessoriglobalri.com
MGRI provides an environment that is free from discrimination of any type, including based on ethnicity, religion, sex, national origin, age, ability, or any other characteristic protected by law.
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