Dhaya Dheeksha’sCOURSES

  • Diploma in primary education
  • Diploma in pre-primary education
  • Diploma in Montessori and child education
  • Advanced Diploma in Montessori and child education
  • Diploma in early childhood care and education.
  • Diploma in Art and craft

DHAYA DHEEKSHA TM has so far trained more than 1500 students in and around Tamilnadu. We have trained more than 300 teachers in their respective schools through orientation programmes.

Successful completion of DHAYA DHEEKSHA TM diploma programme sets foundation for graduates to work in a Montessori environment, enrich their own Montessori environment. Montessori teacher training programmes are the most cost effective in the world. The global leader in Montessori curriculum resources development. DHAYA DHEEKSHA TM is proud to share our resources with our students.

Montessori CLASSROOM

Montessori classrooms are peaceful, happy places designed to meet the developmental needs of each child in every stage of life.

They contain many places for children to learn and play, in many different ways: by themselves, in pairs, in small groups, in large groups, inside, outside, at tables, on the floor. All items in the environment are scaled to the child’s size, including furniture, shelves, utensils, dishware, cleaning implements and the Montessori materials themselves. There is no focal center to the classroom; this reflects that the teacher is not the focus of the children’s attention, but that they are all one community together. Bright and attractive colors, natural materials, fascinating cultural objects and interesting pictures on the wall all offer the children complex sensory and intellectual experiences. When children first enter a Montessori environment, there is an immediate and touching moment when they realize that this place is for them.


In Montessori classrooms, children are taught how to regulate their own social interactions. Through fun role-playing activities and appropriate modeling, the teacher demonstrates the best way to respond to arguments or new situations, giving the child the ability to act confidently and pro-socially when the actual problem arises. The result is a self-regulating classroom, in which natural social tensions are resolved mostly by the children themselves.

Children move freely throughout the environment, choosing activities that interest them, or working with the teacher, individually, or in small groups. Their movement is unrestricted by the teacher unless it endangers themselves, other people, or their surroundings. Outdoor environments are important in Montessori schools, and offer opportunities to engage with the natural world.