NUTD0919 Understanding the Temperaments: A Guide for Optimum Classroom Engagement and Teaching

Fee: $100*

Course Code: NUTD0919
Presenter: 
Lou Harvey-Zahra
Course Date: Monday 30th September 2019
Venue:
Glenaeon Hall, 121 Edinburgh Rd, Castlecrag OR at your school.
Time: 4:30pm–6:30pm
Individuals: 
$100 (includes resources)
Enquiries: Please contact NESA Co-ordinator Emilia Salgado on 02 9261 4001.

* Includes GST and is non refundable.

Course Outline

Understanding the four temperament characteristics is important for teachers when managing the classroom environment. This course will help teachers to:

  • bring out the best in each temperament within the classroom environment
  • use knowledge of the temperaments to improve teacher-student relationships
  • use knowledge of the temperaments to improve learning outcomes
  • apply knowledge of the temperaments to improve teaching styles

This course aims to inform participants on the range of Temperament characteristics within students in each classroom. To understand the stages of child development through general ‘Temperament’ periods and individual student characteristics means that teachers are able to improve classroom management and learning outcomes for each child.

About Our Tutor

Lou Harvey-Zahra is a Rudolf Steiner, Primary and Special Needs trained teacher with 25 years’ experience. She is an international presenter to teachers and parents in over 40 Steiner-Waldorf schools across Australia, UK and LA. Lou is a published author with 4 books with the Steiner-Waldorf Publisher, Floris Books.

She is one of the founding members of a Steiner kindergarten and a Steiner curriculum in a government school in Melbourne. This school has achieved a Steiner-inspired curriculum for the past 18 years, providing an alternate education to hundreds of families each year. Lou is the founder of the Saturday Club for families with children with Autism, which receives government funding and a building and has operated for 21 years.

Lou has been a keynote speaker for teachers and professionals at the World Autism Conference, at the annual Maternal Childcare Conference, and for the Waldorf Institute of Southern California Teacher Training Program. She has been a presenter for Sydney Rudolf Steiner College, highlighting Positive Classroom Discipline for the past five years.

Lou brings a passion and enthusiasm to facilitating teacher-training and equipping teachers for a fulfilling classroom experience.

For proficient teachers:

Completing Understanding the Four Temperaments: A Guide for Optimum Classroom Engagement and Learning will contribute 2 hours of NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Registered PD addressing 1.5.2, 3.1.2, 2.1.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

Teachers please note:

We will validate your attendance however, for your hours to appear on your record, you need to login in to NESA with your 6 digit number and do an evaluation for the hours to be counted.

Feedback:

‘Lou’s teacher-training on the Waldorf curriculum was a great help for future program development and implementation. Lou is a very engaging and enthusiastic presenter. I have become refreshed and re-enthused in my teaching. I shall pass this love onto the children that I teach.’ (Evaluation from NESA course, Australia)

‘A teacher for twenty-one years pronounced the day, “Amazing, filled with insights”. Many teacher-training students asked, “When is she coming back?” I have rarely met a presenter who is so good at her art.” Alex Houghton (Director of Waldorf Institute of Southern California, USA)

 

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