Emil molt seminar invites Stuttgart on May 9 to informational meeting Stuttgart, the April 30, 2009 – on May 9, the Emil molt seminar invites at 10:00 in the Freie Hochschule Stuttgart (training room S 01, Haussmann road 44a, 70188 Stuttgart). The aim of the event is to provide an overview of the three-year in-service training course for Waldorf Education, which begins again in September. All the people who would be interested in Waldorf Education and prepare young people through a comprehensive education on the life and the world are welcome. The training course is aimed at interested advanced. This includes either a State educational training or adequate vocational training with at least two years professional experience and Realschule.

Also, the Emil molt seminar requires basic knowledge of Waldorf Education, that participants can earn by reading or educational practice. We need dedicated, well-trained teachers and pleased about every applicant”explains “Walter Schafarschik, a lecturer at the Emil molt seminar, however, it is important that the interested parties before the studies make clear if they find according to time in addition to their occupational and family obligations ‘. The Waldorf school teacher training takes place usually on Friday evenings and samstagvormittags and depends on the holidays of schools in Baden-Wurttemberg. Within three years, it conveys the technical and pedagogical foundations for the activity as a class teacher at Waldorf schools (grades 1-8). A specialist teacher training (manual work, works) is possible by arrangement. In the first year of training, the Emil molt seminar provides an overview of the learning of in grades one through eight and has the emphasis on artistic and presentation courses.

The technical-methodological courses in the foreground are in the following two years. In addition to this preparation on the teaching (collegial self-government) and the parents work at Waldorf schools is introduced in the school. More questions will be on May 9th, 2009 at 10: 00 in the Auditorium S 01 of the free University of Stuttgart, Haussmann road 44a clarified. Additional information, see also under or Mr Jochen Kruger author: Maria Johanna Droghoff