For Anyone and Everyone

IMG_0905Saturday, July 15, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at the Goldstein Farm in Elkhorn, WI, the site of Farmwise, with Bente Goldstein and others. We Have the Will to Work: An Introduction to Will-Based and Farm-Based Education, this day will include presentation, a chore rotation, artistic activity and discussion. A tremendous opportunity for teachers, parents, and others who want to understand and support school-based and summer camp-based on-farm education for children. Bente Goldstein has been providing farm-based education to children for many years, took a class from 1st through 8th grade at Prairie Hill Waldorf School prior to that, and has run a home schooling Waldorf enrichment program for many years as well. Bente has been the keynote speaker at a recent Alliance for Public Waldorf School’s conference. The cost for this Saturday workshop, $100, includes morning snack, lunch and supplies for the activities.

Saturday, July 22, 9 a.m.-noon, at Prairie Hill Waldorf School, Pewaukee, WI, with Dawn Imes and Marcia Duncan. This day of Working with Wool will be more casual. Participants will have the opportunity to work on their own projects as in an open studio, with guidance from the instructors. Possible projects include knitting, crocheting, making drop spindles, spinning and felting. Enjoy the social time working on handwork allows. Bring your own snack if desired. Dawn is a GLWI Core Faculty member and handwork teacher at Prairie Hill Waldorf School. Marcia is handwork teacher at Tamarack Waldorf School.

Of Particular Interest to Parents and Practicing Teachers 

Being Present – How to Keep Children Engaged

These days, there are many labels for children who don’t seem to fit in to the normal flow of life and/or school activities. How can they – and we – stay present, so that they can find their unique place, rather than being excluded or given punishments? What insights can guide our responses and innovation? What tools can help us get through the more challenging times? Kris Boshell will speak from more than 9 years of Educational Support and Extra Lesson work in private and public charter Waldorf schools. Kris has both Waldorf Grades and Remedial teaching certifications from Rudolf Steiner College (RSC) and an MA in Psychology (Depth) at Sonoma State University. She currently serves as Grade School Chair and provides Education Support at the Chicago Waldorf School.

Wednesday, July 12, 7-8:30 p.m., Tamarack Waldorf School

Cost: $15 in advance; $17 at the door.

Adolescence: It’s Not So Bad, Really!

Liz Ganter brings humor and insight gained as a Waldorf teacher, now in her 4th cycle of Waldorf grade school teaching, to her presentation to parents and teachers on the remarkable phase of development we call “adolescence.” How can we understand the significant changes going on in the soul life of young people in a way that can give us the perspective we need to positively support their development? Come to this evening presentation to find out!

Tuesday, July 25, 7-8 p.m., Tamarack Waldorf School

Cost:  $10 in advance; $12 at the door.

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1We Have the Will to Work$100.00
2Working with Wool$20.00
3Being Present$15.00
4Adolescence$10.00
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