The Hartsbrook School
presents a conversation with
in a Technological World
Thursday, March 27, 7:00-8:30pm
How do we balance Waldorf education's emphasis on the development of capacities in the child in a technological world filled with media and constant stimulation? Our students are part of that world even as they develop the capacities and the remarkable presence of mind we so value. Hear some leading thoughts on this topic from a Waldorf educator and bring your questions and observations for what should be a lively evening of conversation.
Florian Osswald is co-leader of the educational (research) section at the world headquarters of the Anthroposophical Society in Switzerland. Trained as an engineer and later as a Waldorf teacher, he taught mathematics and physics for 24 years in Waldorf schools in Switzerland. He has worked in various countries as an advisor to faculties and colleges of teachers.
Please join us for this informative and inspiring talk at the Hartsbrook School. Contact us at ( 413) 586-1908 for more information. Registration appreciated but not required.