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First, Second & Third Grade | Montessori STEAM - SEL - ELA - Literacy + Social

Quantum Montessori
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(4)
Learners will immerse themselves in a fun and engaging 20 week learning pod for 2 hours each day while also building meaningful relationships. STEAM, SEL, ELA, & Literacy are all part of this standards-aligned & accredited Montessori class.

Class experience

US Grade 1 - 3
At Quantum Montessori, we understand that every learner is unique and learns differently, and that is why our learning pod is tailored to meet the individual needs and interests of each child. We believe that by creating a supportive and heart-centered learning environment, we can help our students thrive academically, socially, and emotionally. With this in mind, we strive to assist learners in achieving the following learning goals:

1. Develop Positive Social Skills: Learners practice cooperating, communicating effectively, and showing respect to their peers in a virtual learning environment. They will also learn to value the diverse backgrounds and perspectives of their pod mates.

2. Develop Self-Government/Regulation and Independence: Learners will learn how to manage their own learning and become more self-sufficient. They will learn to take responsibility for their work, manage their time effectively, and seek help when needed.

3. Foster a Love for Learning: In our learning pod, our top priority is to inspire a love for learning in our learners. We believe that when children are engaged and passionate about their education, they develop a lifelong love for learning that will stay with them throughout their lives.

4. Develop Critical Thinking Skills: Learners will be challenged to think critically, problem-solve, and make decisions independently. They will also develop their creativity and learn to approach tasks in different ways.

5. Build a Strong Foundation in STEAM: Through a combination of Montessori and STEAM-based activities, children will develop an understanding of science, technology, engineering, art, and math concepts. They will learn to apply these skills in real-world scenarios.

6. Cultivate Empathy and Compassion: Learners will have opportunities to learn about and empathize with people from different cultures, backgrounds, and perspectives. They will also participate in community service projects to develop a sense of compassion and responsibility towards others.

7. Encourage a Healthy Lifestyle: Learners will learn about the importance of physical and mental health through age-appropriate activities and discussions. They will be encouraged to make healthy choices and develop healthy habits.

8. Develop Digital Literacy Skills: In today’s digital age, it is important for learners to develop digital literacy skills. They will learn how to navigate and use technology safely and responsibly.

9. Encourage a Love for Nature: Learners will have opportunities to learn about the environment and develop an appreciation for nature. They will learn about sustainability, conservation, and taking care of the planet.

10. Foster a Growth Mindset: Learners will be encouraged to adopt a growth mindset and believe that they can develop their abilities through effort and practice. They will learn to embrace challenges and view mistakes as learning opportunities.
Ms. Robles, Early Childhood & Elementary Educator

Amanda Robles is an experienced early childhood and elementary educator who brings energy, passion, and a wealth of knowledge to her classroom. With 4 ½ years of teaching experience in the public school system, Amanda has proven herself to be a dedicated and skilled educator.

After graduating from East Carolina University with a Master’s degree in English, Amanda followed her passion for teaching and began her career in the 3rd grade classroom. Her love for the Montessori approach was evident from the start as she quickly adapted her teaching style to meet the individual needs of her students. Amanda’s classroom is a warm and inviting space where students feel supported and encouraged to explore and learn at their own pace.
In addition to teaching in the early childhood and elementary levels, Amanda also has experience teaching 7th and 8th grade ELA. This diverse range of teaching experience has given her a well-rounded understanding of child development and the different ways children learn and grow.

Amanda’s commitment to the learner-centered Montessori philosophy extends beyond the classroom as she actively engages with families to ensure a collaborative learning environment for her students. Her creative and innovative approach to teaching has been recognized by parents and colleagues alike, and she continues to inspire and motivate her students to reach their full potential.

Amanda’s joyful spirit and strong belief in the power of education make her an exceptional guide for young learners. Families seeking a nurturing and dedicated Montessori guide for their child will be lucky to have Amanda as part of their educational journey.
Homework Offered
Each day learners should spend up to 1 hour working on independent asynchronous work. “Homework” is optional but recommended to take full advantage of this learning experience and to maintain homeschool records for your learner.
2 - 4 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
We offer learners an opportunity to have a full learning assessment upon enrollment. Assessment materials will be provided to families to administer then reviewed by our educators to assist in developing an individualized learning plan.
Grades Offered
Instead of traditional letter or number grades, students are evaluated based on their progress and mastery of specific skills and concepts. This allows children to focus on their own personal growth and development, rather than being compared to their peers. Quantum educators carefully observe and document each child’s progress, providing them with ongoing feedback and guidance for continued improvement. This grading system encourages a growth mindset, where children are motivated to constantly strive for personal excellence and deepen their understanding of various subjects. Through this approach, Quantum Montessori aims to create lifelong learners who are confident and self-motivated.
Quantum Montessori's lessons provide individualized learning, multisensory activities, and STEAM projects to accommodate ADHD and Dyslexia. Trained educators use Montessori principles to foster independence, focus, and positive self-esteem.
None.  With your assistance, learners will be assessed then provided guidance that meets them where they are.
Supply lists and virtual Montessori learning materials, will be provided weekly in the classroom tab by the assigned teacher the Saturday before scheduled classes to give families time to prepare. Families should have access to a printer for optional supporting worksheets and resources.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
None of the class content will be upsetting or scary to learners, or require learners to take extra safety precautions.

Learner access to third-party learning tools is included at no additional cost to families, and will be provided to every enrolled kindergarten learner before their first day of live classes if enrollment begins on a weekend.  Tools are provided as an added resource to home-educators to reinforce guidance provided during class time.

On occasion, Google slides or Nearpod will be shown on-screen during live classes and shared with home-educators via the classroom tab for at-home viewing.  

Quantum Montessori has created in-house and/or licensed a large library of virtual Montessori materials that will be shared via Google Drive to provide learners equal access to Montessori materials.  Some materials (such as golden beads) must be printed and cut out before class so that learners have access to the same learning supports.

To support learners growth, we offer assessments, require home-educator evaluation of learners and request home-educator feedback via Google Forms.

All materials shared during this class are for personal home use only and are not to be used commercially or shared with others. Quantum Montessori owns all the Intellectual Property unless stated otherwise boldly on the individual document.

Minecraft and Roblox are used during learner-led social groups with parent permission and in accordance with Outschool policies.
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(4)
Welcome to Quantum Montessori 🌟 

Quantum Montessori offers an innovative K-12 educational journey, blending the Montessori method with modern learning standards, accredited by CONGIA. Our curriculum is crafted to meet the needs of students from... 
Group Class


weekly ($30 per class)
5x per week
120 min

Completed by 2 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 6-9
2-12 learners per class

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