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Workshop on Engaging Minds In Creative Ways @Mumbai, 17 June 2017
Council For Creative Education, Finland (CCE) announces the visit of Godi Keller, well-known educator from Norway.
Godi Keller, a native Swiss, living in Norway, is an internationally recognized and popular educator, lecturer, writer and an expert consultant to public and private educational institutions.
Early Bird Discount till 15th June 2017: Rs.600/-
On The Spot registration: Rs.800/-
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Branch: Bhandarkar Road, Pune
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Date: 17th June 2017
10.00 AM to 14:00 PM
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Focus Areas :
Development of their learning methods or strategies
The change of authority during this development and the pedagogical implications for both teachers and parents
Child Development- Parents perspective
Nurturing The Child- Teachers perspective
Creating a good relation between teachers-parents-school leaders
Modern parenthood and the challenges of our time
Working with children in adolescence
Children which are not seen and appreciated in school
Help the children to develop a strong life competence
The character and conditions of the different life crises within first 20 years of our lifetime
Good ways to prevent and to solve conflicts
Tour Plan :
31 May - 02 June
15 - 17 June
09 - 10 June
29 - 30 May
03 - 05 June
06 - 07 June
Contribution in the field of Education :
He taught children and adolescents in Waldorf schools for more than eighteen years.
He worked as a teacher in the Rudolf Steiner University College in Oslo and elsewhere in Europe for over a decade.
He is also a lecturer in the training for Waldorf teachers and educators in Ljubljana, where he has been inspiring the future teachers and educators for more than seven years.
His remarkable ear for the concerns of young people has led him to counseling for the young who have dropped out of school and are looking for their place in the society.