2020 SUMMER INTENSIVE - ONLINE

July 6 – July 31, 2020

 

STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS TO OUR WALDORF TEACHER TRAINING CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS

 

This summer, we are committed to creating a comprehensive, engaging and unique virtual learning experience for our students! We recognize that in-person learning is optimal but we are excited to bring our curriculum to you at home during these times when physical distancing is important.

 

The GLWI faculty is working to structure the intensive to bring the same depth of learning of our in-person summer intensives while also using best practices for delivering our curriculum through online platforms.

 

To that end, recognizing that online learning needs more breathing time, the intensive will run for

four weeks, rather than the usual three.

 

  • Classes will formally begin on Monday, July 6th and end on Friday, July 31st  

  • Syllabi for all classes will be available by Monday, June 8th to allow for reading texts in advance

  • Engagement with the courses will require 50+ hours per week, spread evenly across 5-7 days each week, for four weeks. **

  • LESS THAN 50% WILL BE IN FRONT OF A SCREEN

  • Non-screen activities will include (on your own): reading, creating lesson books, painting, working with clay, handwork, flute/recorder practice, engagement with nature, writing.

  • Reading done in advance will reduce the number of engagement hours during the four weeks of courses.

  • A list of essential course materials will be sent to you by June 8th and, as necessary, provided directly

 

 **Each GLWI 2-credit course requires 90 hours of engagement with the materials of that course.

Our summer intensives include THREE 2-credit courses or a total of 270 hours of engagement.

 

Student Requirements

  • Course registration by June 8th in order to receive materials in time

  • Access to Canvas online learning platform through Mount Mary University

  • A device with a camera that offers video and audio capabilities

  • Good internet access

  • A quiet place in which to work and communicate with instructors and classmates

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Ed Dept, Mount Mary University

2900 N Menomonee River Pkwy
Milwaukee, WI 53222

Tel: 414-299-3820
admin@greatlakeswaldorf.org

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