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2017-conference-program - Steiner Education Australia
Steiner Education Australia
2017 National Teachers’ Conference
3-6 July, 2017
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School, Sydney
Building on the foundations:
A modern interpretation of the first teachers’ course
Time
8.45am – 9.15am
9.15am – 9.30am
9.30am - 10.30am
10.30am – 11.15am
10.45am -11.15am
11.15am – 12.30pm
12.30pm – 2.00pm
2.00pm-3.00pm
3.00pm – 3.30pm
3.30pm – 5.00pm
5.00pm
Monday 3 July, 2017
Registration
and
Morning Tea
Conference Opening
Keynote Address:
Christof Wiechert
Luciferic past, Ahrimanic
future; education in a
technological environment
Lunch
Workshop 2
Afternoon Tea
Workshop 3
Close
Tuesday 4 July, 2017
Singing in the hall
Welcome
Christof Wiechert
Anthropology elevated to
anthroposophy: the fundamentals
of a new education
Thursday 6 July, 2017
Singing in the hall
Welcome
Nana Göbel
Waldorf worldwide – history
and current challenges
Morning Tea
Wednesday 5 July, 2017
Singing in the hall
Welcome
Christof Wiechert
Anthropological consequences
for daily operations in the
classroom: perspectives for
kindergarten, primary and high
school teachers
Morning Tea
Workshop 1
Workshop 1
Christof Wiechert
What counts is our practice:
Quality Care instruments in
daily school life
Lunch
Workshop 2
Afternoon Tea
Workshop 3
Close
Lunch
Workshop 2
Afternoon Tea
Workshop 3
Close
Conference Close
Morning Tea
SEA would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support of the 2017 National Teachers Conference.
Steiner Education Australia
2017 National Teachers’ Conference
3-6 July, 2017
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School, Sydney
Building on the foundations:
A modern interpretation of the first teachers’ course
Lecture Program
Christof Wiechert
Nana Göbel
Christof Wiechert was a pupil at the Waldorf
school in the Hague, Netherlands. After studying
education and geography he began a career of
30 years teaching at the Waldorf school in the
Hague. During this time he was co- founder of the
Dutch State Waldorf Teacher Training Seminar.
For many years he was a Council member in the
Anthroposophical Society in the Netherlands.
Together with Ate Koopmans he developed the
“Art of Child Study” course. He has lectured in
many countries.
Since September 1999 he has worked for the Pedagogical Section, from
October 2001 to December 2010 as head of the Educational Department of
the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum in Dornach/Switzerland.
He now continues to work for the School of Spiritual Science at the
Goetheanum and on pedagogical and anthroposophical themes in different
countries.
Nana Göbel was a student at Waldorfschool Pforzheim.
From 1974-80 she studied Classical Archaeology,
Egyptology and History. In 1976, Nana co-founded the
Freunde der Erziehungskunst Rudolf Steiner, and is
currently Managing Director and a Board Member. Nana
is also involved in the International Youthwork at the
Goetheanum, Dornach and at GLS Gemeinschaftsbank in
Bochum.
Nana has been on the Boards of many organisations, including
Gemeinnützige Treuhandstelle in Bochum, the Anthroposophical Society in
NRW, the Board of the Anthroposophical Society in Berlin, the
Anthroposophical Society in Germany and General Secretary of the
Anthroposophical Society in Germany.
She was also a founding board member of the Board of the European Forum
for Freedom in Education and “Zauberstäbchen, Gesellschaft für humanitäre
Hilfe und Hilfe für Kinder in Südost - und Osteuropa e.V.”
Nana is currently on the Board of IAO (Internationale Assoziation Osteuropa),
and a Member of the Hague Circle (International Conference of Waldorf
Steiner Schools).
Steiner Education Australia
2017 National Teachers’ Conference
3-6 July, 2017
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School, Sydney
Building on the foundations:
A modern interpretation of the first teachers’ course
Workshop Program
All workshops at the SEA 2017 National Teachers’ Conference will be offered as a series of workshops. It is expected
that participants will attend all workshops in the series they choose to attend.
Workshop One – Tuesday 4 July and Wednesday 5 July 2017 11.15am- 12.30pm
Authentic
approaches to
contemporary
issues in
Steiner
education:
balancing the
three-fold
nature of the
child
Extending
the
Foundation
Course for
high school
teachers
The
Transformative
Classroom:
teaching for the
21st Century –
new approaches
integrating
subjects
Feeling for
responsibility –
principals and
republican
ideals in
Steiner
education
Supporting
youth in a
complex
world
Literacy
development
in the primary
years
The role of
leadership in
'building the
foundations':
What are the
enabling and
constraining
conditions?
The
Importance of
movement in
today’s world
Tuesday
Eurythmy
Wednesday
Bothmer
Gymnastics
Navigating the
Calm and
Storm –
Understanding
and
supporting the
9-10 year old
child through
a time of
transition
Anne Evans
Michaël
Merle
Shelley Davidow
Rod
Tomlinson
Megan
Sullivan
Rosemary
Michalowski
Virginia Moller
Nerrida
Johnson
Primary
teachers
High School
teachers
High School
teachers
All teachers
All teachers
Primary
teachers
Principals and
teachers in
leadership
roles
Brian Cusack
and Giuluis
Canteri
All teachers
K-7 Teachers
Teaching
children of the
st
21 Century steps in
connecting to the
Dawning
Capacities now
arising for
humanity: further
development of
Heart Forces
Peggy Day
All teachers
Steiner Education Australia
2017 National Teachers’ Conference
3-6 July, 2017
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School, Sydney
Building on the foundations:
A modern interpretation of the first teachers’ course
Workshop Two – Monday 3 July, Tuesday 4 July and Wednesday 5 July 2017 2.00pm – 3.00pm
All workshops at the SEA 2017 National Teachers’ Conference will be offered as a series of workshops. It is expected
that participants will attend all workshops in the series they choose to attend.
Working with
personality
types in the high
school:
understanding
the importance
of the Seven
Soul Types in
the education of
adolescents
Writing class
plays with
students in
the upper
primary
school: taking
the students
on the
journey of
writing their
own class
play
Experiments in
living: new
approaches to
th
teaching 12
graders in the
age of the selfie
Learning in the
local:
developing the
outdoor
classroom
The heart of
the
classroom:
stress and
behavior
management
for
sustainable
teaching and
learning
The Opening
of the
conference
with “College
Imagination”:
deepening the
Foundation of
our
educational
task through
our connection
to the Spiritual
Hierarchies
The electronic
double: a
matter of life
and death
What is a
Steiner/Waldorf
approach to
assessment?
Michaël Merle
Svantje
Mertens
Andrew Sullivan
Shelley
Davidow
Jean-Michel
David
Bronwen
Haralambous
High School
teachers
Primary
teachers
High School
teachers
Jacqui Lucas,
Kate Deeves,
Michael
Thompson,
Craig Harris
All teachers
All teachers
All teachers
All teachers
Inclusive
classrooms
and
comprehensive
sex education
Matthew
Cunnane
Interpreting
Steiner’s
work for the
st
21
century:
exploring
how
Steiner’s
teachings
on
education
relate to our
students in
st
the 21
century
Jane
Greenslade
All teachers
All teachers
High School
teachers
Megan
Sullivan
Steiner Education Australia
2017 National Teachers’ Conference
3-6 July, 2017
Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School, Sydney
Building on the foundations:
A modern interpretation of the first teachers’ course
Workshop Three – Monday 3 July, Tuesday 4 July and Wednesday 5 July 2017 3.30pm – 5.00pm
All workshops at the SEA 2017 National Teachers’ Conference will be offered as a series of workshops. It is expected that
participants will attend all workshops in the series they choose to attend.
“ . . . in the
musical realm
we ourselves
become
beauty”
Moving the
upper senses
as
transformed
lower senses
Folding paper:
the infinite
possibilities of
origami
Exploring
music in the
light of
imagination,
truth and soul
responsibility:
music in C21
Steiner
education
Between
blood and
nerve –
sculpting the
organs –
preparing a
home
Projective
geometry –
explorations
between point,
line, plane and
infinity
Finding the free
Christ space
between
Lucifer and
Ahriman: How
can we prepare
ourselves as
educators
before teaching
each day?
Reconciliation
Hats: beanies
(mukatas) for
people, place
and politics
Creative
speech:
living
literacy in
the
classroom
Solving the
Riddle of the
Child: the Art
of the Child
Study
Chris Jack
Michaël Merle
Maia Harrison
Sophia
Montefiore
All teachers
Jacqui Lucas
High School
teachers
Mark
McDougall
All teachers
Brian Cusack
All teacher
Michael
Janssen-Gibson
All teachers
All teachers
All teachers
Nicole
Ostini
All teachers
Christof
Wiechert
All teachers
All teachers

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