Madlena Ulrich is AMI trainer for the 3-6 Montessori course organized by MIB in Bucharest.
Madlena spent her childhood in Germany where she attended a Montessori elementary school. Her family moved to Norway when she was a teenager. She graduated from preschool university studies and is attending the Master Degree studies in Pedagogy at Vestfold University in Norway.
She first attended the AMI 3-6 training at the Mount St. Mary Montessori College from Dublin, Ireland. Since 1995 she has been working as a Montessori teacher, as she got involved in developing the Montessori education in Norway by holding conferences and from her role as Vice-President of the National Montessori Association Council of Norway, NMF.
In 2088 she began her training as a trainer, thus working for two years with Molly O’Shaughnessy in Minnesota and taking part in a summer course held by Ulla Wikefeldt in Sweden. Currently she’s part of the AMI teachers board in China and is holding courses in conferences in Norway as well as in other countries.
Enrolling in a course
What a privilege this has been, to be part of new roots of Montessori in Romania and to come across all the people that slowly, but surely, started to feel like home at the MIB. What a privilege to find a purpose so close to my heart and to understand how beautiful our mission is: to witness children’s natural growth. Thank you for making all these possible!
When you start a course like that you have to be very determined that you want a transformation to happen to you, since you cannot be at the end the same human being as at the beginning.
What a wonderful journey of discovery!
I used to believe that I was someone tooking for the path. But thanks to you, the path found me. Thank you for being part of my own journey.
I am very grateful for everything I learned and people I met. I feel like a child in a train station with his luggage full with memories and knowledge, ready to take the train to explore the world