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Details of Mt Barker Waldorf School
from the Mt Barker Waldorf School
1992, July 4th 10th
"The phenomenological teaching of science and mathematics as a way of integrating the growing person into life"
Introductory conference which concentrated on the science curriculum and themes from the upper primary and lower high school.
!994, July 9th 16th .
"Phenomenological Science and Education"
A general overview of science with a variety of lecturers and two main workshops with Optics and Electricity given by Mackensen.
1994, July 23rd- 29th.
Laboratory Course for Teachers and Farmers with Dr. Mackensen.
1997, July 12th 26th.
"The Study of the Human Being and Goetheanistic Phenomenology as the Basis of Steiner Education."
A High School Conference with a focus on the years 9, 10. with Mackensen and Jarmen
"General Education Conference using the themes from Class11" with Mackensen, Ohlendorf and Guttenhoeffer
" General Education Conference using the themes from Class 12." with Dr. Mackensen, Dr.Guttenhoeffer and Hans Christian Ohlendorf as guest speakers.
from October, 2001 till October , 2003.
This is a two year part time course with two large conferences per year, and individual projects carried out by participants in between.
As well there would be a phenomenological, literary and artistic task package for the in between times.
Orientation and Introductory Course [2.5 weeks , September 12th 28th, 2001]
General Education Conference with Dr. Mackensen, Dr.Guttenhoeffer and H.C.Ohlendorf [ 30th September 7th October 2001]
Phenomenological, literary, artistic tasks to be assigned on an individual basis.
Interim contact through meetings.
Conference [ 1.5 weeks, April 2002]
Continuation of Assignments , interim meetings.
Observation of lessons.
Conference [ 1.5 weeks, October 2002]
Continuation of Assignments, interim meetings and lesson observation.
Teaching arranged on an individual basis.
Conference [ 1.5 weeks, April 2003]
Including a National Teachers Conference based on Year 12 themes with Dr. Mackensen and other guest speakers present.
Continuation of assignments, interim meetings.
Teaching arranged and assessed.
Conference [2 weeks, October 2003]
This would include a conclusion to the course for the participants.
Last updated on 08 June, 2002