There is a Montessori school network all over the world and the Beworldwise plan is to facilitate cultural immersion experiences in other countries within that Montessori school network. Children will travel with their families and their Montessori guide (as part of their comfort zone) to another Montessori school. For approximately 2 weeks they will attend a Montessori classroom, within their age group, with the companion of their own guide, who will keep a record of their progress. All AMI Montessori environments have the same materials. There are slightly different materials in the learning areas especially in practical life, which is something that changes from culture to culture. For example, the decoration of the environment, typical items from their own country, local art, music and rhythms, culinary traditions, schedules, etc. and many times, the local language. The Beworldwise vehicular language will be English; however, children will be naturally exposed to many other languages whilst travelling. During these overseas stays, families will be able to spend some time with local families and explore and sample local amenities and activities.
Is a village of wooden houses adapted to and relevant for the different age groups, where the children can develop their social abilities. They are able to work on projects in a specially designed environment, encouraging independence and to play the role of the host of their own village. They will have a coach available to invite them to think, reflect and make their own decisions, working together on leadership skills for life.
The plan is to have the very first wooden house ready early 2020 prepared for the 6-12 age group as a start-up of the BWW village.