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Teachers and parents will gain a deepened understanding of development and practical activities that can help build the foundation for ease of learning.
Rudolf Steiner described 12 senses that develop and change from infancy through old age. He linked them and clarified how children learn while they adjust to their daily lives as citizens of the world. Understanding these senses can help inform our parenting, make teaching more effective, and promote healthy development starting in early childhood and continuing through the grades.
On Friday evening Ingun will summarize the 12 senses and their relation to learning. On Saturday participants will learn practical activities for the classroom and home in support of integration of the senses. Please come prepared to move.
Ingun Schneider, P.T., M.A.
Ingun Schneider is Director of the Remedial Educational Support Program, a three-year part-time program at Rudolf Steiner College. She has more than 50 years of professional experience in the fields of physical therapy, childbirth education, and Waldorf education. Ingun travels extensively to give workshops and lectures on child development and learning difficulties with a focus on Extra Lesson educational support.