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PRAKTISK INFORMASJON

  • Grunnkurs i steinerpedagogikk, uke 30.
  • Oslokurset, uke 31.
  • Videregående kurs, uke 31 (på høyskolen)
  • Påmeldingen foregår elektronisk.

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Oslokursene

Et sentralt møtested for steinerpedagoger fra hele Skandinavia. Oslokursene er åpne for alle.

Oslokursene

Oslokursene er en årlig begivenhet som Steinerhøyskolen arrangerer hver sommer i slutten av juli og begynnelsen av august. Kursene har etablert seg som et sentralt møtested for steinerpedagoger fra hele Skandinavia. Oslokursene er åpne for alle interesserte.

Oslokursene  blir arrangert i uke 30 og 31. Kurssamlingen består i hovedsak av fire kurs som ble arrangeres i lokalene til Rudolf Steinerskolen i Oslo på Hovseter.

  • Grunnkurs i steinerpedagogikk, uke 30. Kurset retter seg mot nye lærere, vikarer og assistenter. Vi går gjennom grunntankene i det metodiske og på det enkelte klassetrinn og hvordan læreplanen er lagt opp. I tillegg øver vi enkelte kunstneriske elementer – eurytmi, formtegning, maling. Deler av kurset er lagt opp som gruppearbeid siktet inn mot den enkelte deltagers virke i skolen.

  • Oslokurset, uke 31. Oslokurset har vært arrangert den første uken i august siden 1993. Slik er det i år også, så hold av uke 31, fra 31. juli – 4. august.
    Oslokurset er spesielt rettet mot steinerskolelærere, men det er også godt egnet for alle pedagoger som vil lære mer om de steinerpedagogiske ideer, fagdidaktikk og praksis. I år er det satt opp 69 kurs fordelt på fire daglige økter, så lærere av alle slag skal kunne finne noe til inspirasjon og nytte. Beskrivelser av kursene finner du på påmeldingssiden. Det er lagt vekt på at sentrale fagområder skal være dekket for alle klassetrinn, fra 1.-10. klasse, og at det skal være et stort utvalg av praktisk-kunstneriske fag. Kurslederne er dyktige, kunnskapsrike og erfarne forelesere som skaper engasjement for sine fagområder. Det er mye å glede seg til!

Hvordan finner jeg Rudolf Steinerskolen i Oslo?

Flyveien 2 – Hovseter: Ta T-bane 2 (Østeråsbanen) fra sentrum. Gå av på Hovseter stasjon; 5 minutter å gå fra stasjonen. Følg Gamle Hovsetervei opp fra T-banestasjonen, ta til høyre inn Henriks vei og rett frem. Når du har krysset bilveien har du skolen rett foran deg. Last ned kart

The Oslo Courses has, since 1993, been organized the first week of August. Every summer nearly 300 teachers from the Nordic countries meet to learn more, discuss and share their knowledge and experience. Download location map

Oslo Upper School Courses: 

A Workshop in Waldorf Upper School teaching. We are very happy for the first time to offer a workshop specifically developed to meet needs and wishes from teachers in Waldorf Upper Schools! This upper school course will be given in English, in order to reach teachers also outside Scandinavia.

We have invited some of the very best, most experienced, well-educated, creative and innovative teachers we know, and hopefully both content and structure will be appreciated.

Martyn Rawson is one of the keynote speakers, lecturing “The Steiner-Waldorf Approach in Upper School”

Rawson has been a Waldorf teacher for over 30 years, both in the UK and in Germany. He has been a class teacher and upper school subject teacher in English, History, History of Art and Geography, though his main field has been foreign language teaching for many years. He has published 14 books and many articles over the years and has supported Waldorf education in many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and North America. He works in teacher training in Kiel, Hamburg, Stuttgart, Bangalore and London.

Underneath you find a list of themes from his lectures:

  • the purpose of high school education today in relation to the first Waldorf School and Steiner’s Three folding:  socialisation, qualification/competences and  becoming an autonomous, social responsible citizen/subject
  • what is expansive and what is defensive learning? Embodied learning through participation in meaningful social practices
  • seven learning processes in landscapes of learning
  • learning for life in life
  • developing sense of coherence through the curriculum
  • biographical learning, narrative empathy, critical thinking

Rawson will also lead a workshop with the title:
Is the Waldorf curriculum still relevant in today’s world? Ideas for extending our curriculum themes into the post-modern 21st Century. 

Erik Marstrander is the other keynote speaker. “Being Human in the Third Part of Childhood” is the title he has given his lectures.

Marstrander was active as Waldorf teacher from 1971 to 2010. He has a bachelor in art, a bachelor in mathematics and a master in pedagogical research. He has held important positions within Norwegian Waldorf School movement, and is now used as a consultant for Waldorf Schools nationally and abroad. In 2001 he was one of a group that started Oslo By Steinerskole, which at the moment is the biggest Waldorf Upper School in the world. Marstrander is well known for his thorough, inspiring and well formulated lectures about Waldorf education.

Marstrander will also lead a workshop on methodical questions and teaching practice.

Ulrike Sievers will lead two workshops: Creative ways of teaching for sustainable foreign language learning and Assessment in support of learning

Ulrike Sievers has been a Waldorf teacher for 20 years. She studied English and Biology and has taught both subjects with great enthusiasm. Her great interest is how school can enable young people to learn in a healthy way, to develop a love for nature, and to awaken their interest for other people, languages and cultures. She has been contributing to teacher education with lectures and courses for more than ten years.

The intensions are to develop this new meeting place into “a yearly inspiring must” for both new and experienced teachers in Waldorf upper schools. To reach this aim we need your cooperation, both by attending the course and by giving honest and constructive feedback to RSUC after the course.