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Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality
Aug
22
to Aug 23

Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality

  • Chrysalis Steiner School  (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

August 22nd Students in Class 7 & 8
August 23rd Students in Class 5 & 6
Parents information evening August 22nd at 7pm
Teacher Professional Development after school on August 22nd.
with Melanie Deefholts



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Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality 
Sep
10
to Sep 12

Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality 

  • Milkwood Steiner School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

September 10,
6pm - 7:30pm

The evening is offered to parents in advance of meeting with the students. We look at the content that will be brought to Class 5, 6 & 7 bridging it to the pictures of human development on which the Steiner/Waldorf Curriculum is based. It helps to recognise the relevant depth and progression anthroposophy brings to this important aspect of life and the responsibility of community in raising children and working together to promote individual wellbeing. We address the main issues confronting child health and wellbeing in current times, with examples of how we can counter the unbalancing effects, and the social conditioning around gender that contributes to the struggles within out changing social structures.

Wednesday September 11
11am - 12:30pm
Class 6 & 7

Thursday September 12
11am - 12 noon

Class 5

The program content for children starts the year the child turns 11 years old, an age when the growth in the child’s body and soul develops towards puberty. The change of teeth, puberty, social understanding and cultural conditioning around gender stereotyping are the themes of the discussion. In Class 7 this extends towards the theme of attraction. Therefore Class 7 will have an extended time without the Class 6. The themes are typically built upon by an annual visit from facilitators which is extended and supported by the school staff with professional development courses, mentoring and online resources to connect it to main lessons.

With Louise Schnitzhofer



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Social Understanding, Gender, & Sexuality in the Light of Waldorf Education
Oct
11
to Oct 13

Social Understanding, Gender, & Sexuality in the Light of Waldorf Education

  • Cedarwood Waldorf School (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

A CONFERENCE OPEN TO EVERYONE

with Lisa Romero and colleagues

$195.00/$175.00 earlybird/$155.00 earlybird for sponsors & students (before 8-31-19) Some workstudy available


This workshop addresses gender differences and similarities that both limit or free us, and the contribution and struggles of the changing social structures around gender and sexuality affecting us all. It helps bring understanding of how to support the child/adolescent in these times, and addresses questions and challenges that adults experience. We explore the anthroposophic understanding of being more than male and female, how to express evolving pictures of gender and sexuality to students in primary and secondary school, and the common struggles experienced during childhood, adolescence and into adulthood. Supporting this aspect of health and wellbeing of each child’s relationship to gender and sexuality results in greater resilience and confidence in their growing relationship to the wider community.

Includes the public lecture: “GENDER & SEXUALITY IN THE DEVELOPING CHILD” (7-9PM @ Cedarwood) which is part of the conference but open to everyone ($15.00)

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Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program
Oct
21
to Oct 25

Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program

  • Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School Lot 5 Balraith Rd Ewingsdale, NSW 2481 Australia (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This will be updated closer to the time.

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Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program
Nov
4
to Nov 8

Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program

Throughout the week a number of schools in Adelaide will be participating in the Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality School Health and Wellbeing Program
There will be evening talks for parents of children from birth all the way through high school, staff professional development and work with students in Class 5 to 12.
Schools often open up the talks to the wider community.
To be kept informed of times and dates for parent talks please email info@developingtheself.org
Contributors: Lisa Romero, Melanie Deefholts, Louise Schnitzhofer

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Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program
Nov
15
5:00 PM17:00

Social Understanding, Gender and Sex – School Wellbeing Program

This will be updated closer to the time.

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Working Wholistically with Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality
Jul
22
7:30 PM19:30

Working Wholistically with Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality

For all Tamar Valley Steiner School parents, but particularly for those with children in Class 4 - 6 to whom the program will be delivered on July 23rd

presented by Melanie Deefholts



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Working Wholistically with Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality
Jul
22
11:00 AM11:00

Working Wholistically with Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality

Professional development for teachers of Tamar Valley Steiner School and Tarremah Steiner School

presented by Melanie Deefholts

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What’s Freedom Got To Do With It? Exploring Identity, Sexuality and Gender July 19 - July 23
Jul
19
to Jul 23

What’s Freedom Got To Do With It? Exploring Identity, Sexuality and Gender July 19 - July 23

During this 5-day retreat we will explore gender, sexuality and social understanding through conversations, presentations, artistic experience, social time and quiet time. We will share our questions and experiences and learn from one another. We will explore the limits and liberties of gender, the complexity of attraction, and working with the masculine and feminine forces in each of us towards greater inner freedom. 

When: 19th-23rd July 2019 

Where: Mettabee Farm & Arts in Hillsdale, New York 

Accommodation: Participants bring and pitch their own camping tents; there are a few indoor spaces available on a needs basis. Three simple vegetarian meals will be provided each day 

Finances: Sliding Scale $150-250. You can send us post-dated checks leading up to the event or pay in full at registration. We have some scholarships available if needed. 

Participants: Ages 18-35. If you are younger than 18 years old but feel connected to being at this event, please contact us: Email: contact@developingtheself.org or call: 908-227-0004 

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Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality – Professional Development June 26 - June 28
Jun
26
to Jun 29

Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality – Professional Development June 26 - June 28

Professional Development Training for teachers, therapists, and engaged community members
with Lisa Romero and colleagues
This training will explore the contribution and struggles of the changing social structures around gender and sexuality affecting us all. It will help to bring an understanding of how to support the child/adolescent in these times and will also address some of the questions and challenges that adults experience. We will explore the anthroposophical understanding of being more than male and female and how to express the evolving pictures of gender and sexuality to students in primary and secondary school. It will also include the common struggles that are experienced during childhood, adolescence and into adulthood. Supporting this aspect of the health and wellbeing of the individual child’s relationship to gender and sexuality results in greater resilience and confidence in their growing relationship to the wider community.  Professional Development Training for teachers, therapists, and engaged community members. 

TRAINING SCHEDULE:

Wednesday, June 26th
6:30pm registration
7-8.30pm - Evening Session

Thursday, June 27th
9:30am-11am First Morning Session
11-11.30am Break
11.30am-1pm Second Morning Session
1-2 Lunch
2-3:30pm First Afternoon Session
3:30-4 Break
4-5pm Second Afternoon Session

Friday, June 28th
9.30am-11am First Morning Session
11-11.30am Break
11.30am-1pm Second Morning Session
1-2 Lunch
2-3:30pm First Afternoon Session
3:30-4 Break
4-5pm Second Afternoon Session

Fees: $150 for active teachers, $250 for therapists and engaged community members.

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Complete the online form to register.

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Gender and Sexuality in the Light of Waldorf Education
May
18
9:00 AM09:00

Gender and Sexuality in the Light of Waldorf Education

How can communities work together over time to support the harmonious development between the child’s evolving body and his or her inner experiences to build the foundation for healthy adult sexuality and gender? What is the responsibility and the impact of the community in fostering a sense of well being in the growing child in these important aspects of life? This workshop will help us to recognize the depth and progressive understanding Waldorf education brings to these topics. Children pass through different stages of consciousness as they grow. We will consider how and when to work with children in regards to sexuality and gender throughout the developmental stages of early childhood through adolescence. The emphasis will be on the the child from birth to seven.

Tuition $99
Register on the Sophia’s Hearth Website

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Social Understanding Gender & Sexuality School Program
May
16
9:00 AM09:00

Social Understanding Gender & Sexuality School Program

Classroom presentations:
Addressing High School Classes 9 to 12 on Social Understanding Gender and Sexuality

Faculty meeting presentation at 3:30pm:
Developing the Self - meditation and exercises for our inner and outer growth

Parent talk:
Inner and Outer Work Towards Spirit Led Community

With Lisa Romero

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Seeking Health: Exploring Questions of Gender, Sexuality, and Technology in Our Time
May
10
to May 11

Seeking Health: Exploring Questions of Gender, Sexuality, and Technology in Our Time

This weekend will focus on how to support and elicit the true nature of the individual human being from childhood to adulthood. We will explore the need for new community responsibility in providing young people with guidance and encouragement in their growing sense of self-consciousness: in essence, the need to develop modern rites of passage. We will consider questions around the role, influence, and stigma of technology, gender and sexuality, and mental health, both in our daily lives and in the long-term. Finally, we will look at how young people can be respected and encouraged by their greater communities in choosing a healthful path into adulthood.

To register, email Laura MacDonald: Lauram@heartbeet.org

Conference Location:
Heartbeet Lifesharing
218 Town Farm Rd, Hardwick, VT 05843

Questions:
General: Hannah Schwartz-802-498-4180 or Eileen 802-223-6640
Registration: Laura MacDonald-802-472-3285, lauram@heartbeet.org
or julie.s.henderson@gmail.com

If finances are an issue please, email Julie at the above email!

Sponsored by the:

Green Mountain Branch
We aspire to nurture the life of the whole
human being, both in the individual and
the community, through initiatives inspired
out of Anthroposophy.

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Social Understanding, Gender & Sexuality from Birth to Puberty & Beyond
May
9
7:00 PM19:00

Social Understanding, Gender & Sexuality from Birth to Puberty & Beyond

This lecture helps to recognize the relevant depth and progression anthroposophy brings to this important aspect of life and the responsibility of community in raising children and working together to promote individual wellbeing.

It will cover how and when we work with children and adolescents to bring the understanding of sexuality and gender in relation to where they are in their consciousness. This brings harmony between the evolving body and inner experiences that sets the ground for healthy adult experience. The talk will cover some of the main issues confronting child health and wellbeing in current times, with examples of how we can counter the unbalancing effects. We also address how to understand gender differences and similarities that both limit or free us and the contribution and struggles of the changing social structures around gender and sexuality affecting us all.

Lisa Romero lives in Australia and is an author, a complementary health practitioner and an adult educator who has been offering healthcare and education enriched with anthroposophy since 1993. Since 1999 she has been presenting on the subject of gender, sexuality and spiritual life. She has been working with Waldorf Schools as part of their health and well-being curriculum, working directly with the students, teachers and parents on this theme. Lisa has contributed to and is an adviser on Health and Personal Development for the Australian Steiner Curriculum Framework. She has developed training courses, and facilitates professional development on this subject for teachers and health professionals.

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Social Understanding, Gender & Sexuality Faculty Talk
May
9
3:30 PM15:30

Social Understanding, Gender & Sexuality Faculty Talk

Social Understanding, Gender & Sexuality from Birth to Puberty & Beyond

The lecture helps to recognize the relevant depth and progression anthroposophy brings to this important aspect of life and the responsibility of community in teaching children and working together to promote individual wellbeing.

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Health and Sexuality in Waldorf Education, by Lisa Romero
Apr
30
6:30 PM18:30

Health and Sexuality in Waldorf Education, by Lisa Romero

  • Rudolf Steiner School Upper School Assembly Room (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS


Upper School Assembly Room

Back by popular demand, Lisa Romero, author, speaker and consultant for Waldorf Education and Anthroposophy, will present thoughts from her book Sex Education and the Spirit (Steiner Press). She will be addressing the questions of gender, sexuality and health that students confront in today’s world and how Waldorf education addresses these topics.

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Study Group - Sex Education and the Spirit: Understanding Our Communal Responsibility for the Healthy Development of Gender and Sexuality within Society
Apr
27
2:30 PM14:30

Study Group - Sex Education and the Spirit: Understanding Our Communal Responsibility for the Healthy Development of Gender and Sexuality within Society

Study Group - Sex Education and the Spirit: Understanding Our Communal Responsibility for the Healthy Development of Gender and Sexuality within Society

The Willunga study group will commence meeting for this year on Saturday, March 23rd between 2.30- 4.00pm , with a plan to continue meeting on the fourth Saturday of the month throughout this year. 

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Drugs, Technology, and the Evolving Consciousness
Mar
12
8:30 PM20:30

Drugs, Technology, and the Evolving Consciousness

A talk by Lisa Romero hosted by Fred Talks. Space is limited. If you are interested in attending this event, please email danmackenzy@gmail.com to RSVP and for location details.

The increasingly widespread sacramental use of ayuhuasca, psilocybin and peyote, the legalization of cannabis, and LSD micro-dosing experiments have ushered in a psychedelic renaissance of sorts. Lisa will shed light on how these substances affect the subtle bodies of the human being, and will also explore how we can manage the growing challenge of technology, which enhances our lives but can also pose a threat to our spiritual evolution. Q&A and a few songs by Living Roots will round out this inspiring event.

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Social Understanding, Gender, Sexuality, Technology And Healthy Resilience
Feb
21
6:30 PM18:30

Social Understanding, Gender, Sexuality, Technology And Healthy Resilience

Growing up in todays world requires more awareness and understanding of the changing social and educational forms. Waldorf education sheds a helpful light on the most supportive ways we can stand by and guide children through the difficulties and the challenges and find the benefits of the changing times. Lisa Romero is an international speaker and an author of several books on these topics. She will be sharing the essentials from her latest books in a community talk
Thursday February 21st 6:30-8pm

(image: Landscape with Stars by Henry Edmond Cross, 1905-1908, Image in Public Domain )

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Social Understanding, Gender and Sex School Wellbeing Program
Nov
7
to Nov 8

Social Understanding, Gender and Sex School Wellbeing Program

  • Parent Information Evening November 7th

  • Class 5 - 8 student program November 8th

  • College of Teachers Meeting November 8th

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Understanding the Complexities of Child Development in Today’s World: Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality
Nov
4
to Nov 5

Understanding the Complexities of Child Development in Today’s World: Social Understanding, Gender and Sexuality

  • Santa Cruz Waldorf School, (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The course addresses gender differences and similarities that can both limit or free us and the contribution and struggles of the changing social structures around gender and sexuality affecting us all. It will help to bring an understanding of how to support the child/adolescent in these times and will also address some of the questions and challenges that adults experience

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Waldorf Education, Social Understanding and Child Development
Nov
1
7:00 PM19:00

Waldorf Education, Social Understanding and Child Development

The lecture helps to recognize the depth and progressive understanding anthroposophy brings to this important aspect of life and the responsibility of community in raising children and working together to promote individual wellbeing. It will cover how and when we work with children, from early childhood to adolescence, to support community understanding of sexuality and gender in relation to where children are in their consciousness in different developmental phases.

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