July 2016 Opportunities for GLWI Graduates – ONLY
The following workshops are discounted 10% or more for GLWI Graduates and Currently Enrolled Students. You may use the Shopping Cart below to register.
HELPING OUR CHILDREN DEVELOP IMPULSE CONTROL, a Workshop for Parents, with Mary Jo Oresti, M.A., Wednesday, July 6, 7-8:30 p.m., Tamarack Waldorf School, 1150 E. Brady St., Milwaukee
Both children and adults can experience joy in learning, yet sometimes we do not feel fully focused, nor do the children in our care. What can we do as adults to strengthen our own capacities for relaxed and focused attention and what can we do to support the same in our children? How is impulse control related to “executive function”? Mary Jo will share little known gems from Waldorf pedagogy and current research, including practices and exercises for children and adults to strengthen will power and cultivate inner balance.
Mary Jo Oresti pioneered the Association for Healing Education’s Educational Support Training programs 30 years ago and has been a long time faculty member at the Detroit Waldorf School. She is an international consultant to Waldorf Educational Support programs and trainings.
$10 with registration by June 18; $15 June 19-July 5; $20 at the door.
FITTING OUR TEACHING TO THE CHILDREN (rather than vice versa): Faculty Professional Development with Mary Jo Oresti, M.A., Thursday, July 7, 6:30-8:30, Prairie Hill Waldorf School
What are our core values as educators and how can we renew the culture of education to fit the needs of the children who are present in our classrooms? What are some helpful inner attitudes to cultivate, as Dr. Rudolf Steiner described in his Curative Course? What can we do to provide “First Aid for a Bad Day,” including calming activities to provide support for the restless and active children? If you’re a practicing Waldorf teacher, a homeschool parent/teacher, or a public or private school educator appreciative of the Waldorf approach, this workshop can support your work. Mary Jo Oresti pioneered the Association for Healing Education’s Educational Support Training programs 30 years ago and has been a long time faculty member at the Detroit Waldorf School. She is an international consultant to Waldorf Educational Support programs and trainings.
$15 with registration by June 18; $20 June 19-July 6; $25 at the door
THE FIVE K’S OF FERMENTATION: Kefir, Kombucha, Kraut, Kimchi, and Kids with Bridget Shetty and Dawn Imes, Saturday, July 9, 10 a.m-2 p.m., Paradise Farm, 3894 Paradise Drive, West Bend, WI 53095
Avid food enthusiast Bridget Shetty is offering a half-day workshop on basic home/school fermentation, which will include samples of everything, a resource and recipe packet, and a whole new world of nourishing food to share with your family or students. As part of the morning, participants will make a communal batch of fermented veggies. (Participants bring two or more vegetables from a list that will be provided.) Principles of nutrition and how to engage children will be woven into the activity. A tour of the farm is possible. Space is limited; first come, first served. This workshop is for adults, although wee babes in arms are welcome. Confirmation of registration will include workshop details and a list of what to bring.
Pre-registration is required: $25 by June 18; $30 June 19-July 6.
GOSPEL SINGING FOR EVERYONE with Indie Graham-Wilson, formerly with the Urban Waldorf School, Monday-Friday, July 11-15, 8:30-9:10 a.m. Tamarack Waldorf School, 1150 E. Brady St., Milw.
Start your day with joyful, whole-hearted singing for personal enrichment and to celebrate life.
$35 for the week by July 2; $40 July 3-10; $45 at the door on July 11.
POTLUCK DINNER AND FOLK DANCING with Jutta and the High Dukes. Monday, July 11, 5:30-8:30, Tamarack Waldorf School, 1150 E. Brady St., Milwaukee.
Featuring their three core members, this engaging, skilled band teaches and leads circle and line dances to make sure folks connect with the powerful culturally-rooted music. The audience is encouraged to drum along on percussion as well as sing along. The entire family, from toddlers to seniors, gets to join in the very accessible fun! $10-$20 contribution at the door.
DOLL MAKING: Work on your project in a supportive environment with Dawn Imes and Marcia Duncan, Saturday, July 16, 9 a.m.-noon, Prairie Hill Waldorf School, N14W29143 Silvernail Rd., Pewaukee
Are you in the process of trying to make a Waldorf-style doll? This workshop will give concentrated time and attention to your doll-making project in a supportive environment. Space is limited; first come, first served.
Pre-registration is required: $10 by June 23; $15 June 24-July 15.
TEACHING SCIENCE IN THE WALDORF SCHOOL with Michael Imes, M.A., and guest teachers
If you’d like to brush up on how to teach science in a Waldorf school, you may appreciate attending one or more of the following classes that GLWI will offer ala carte during its Summer Intensive. Pre-registration is required no less than two days prior to the class; for GLWI graduates, the cost is a donation to GLWI. Please note the regular price is $35 per class or $150 for the full week of July 11-15. To make a donation, use the Donation tab and email firstname.lastname@example.org to communicate what you wish to attend.
Teaching about Isaac Newton and Laws of Motion in the Grade School, Friday, July 8, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 6, Prairie Hill Waldorf School
Teaching Physics in the Grade School, Monday-Tuesday, July 11-12, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 9, Tamarack Waldorf School
Teaching Chemistry in the Grade School, Wednesday, July 13, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 11, Tamarack Waldorf School
Teaching Astronomy in the Grade School, Thursday, July 14, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 12, Tamarack Waldorf School
Teaching Geology and Meteorology in the Grade School, Friday, July 15, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 13 Tamarack Waldorf School
Teaching Electricity in the Grade School, Monday, July 18, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 16, Tamarack Waldorf School
Teaching Simple Machines in the Grade School, Tuesday-Wednesday, July 19-20, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 17, TBD
Teaching about Galileo, Pendulums and Gravity in the Grade School, Thursday, July 21, 11:15 a.m.-1:30 p.m., register by July 19, Tamarack Waldorf School
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# Option Price 1 Impulse Control $15.00 2 Fermentation $30.00 3 Gospel Singing $35.00 4 Folk Dancing $10.00 5 Doll Making $10.00 6 Fitting Our Teaching $20.00
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