Ira Waldorf Teacher Foundation Course
The Ira Waldorf Teacher Foundation Course embarks on a journey of seven modules over 3-4 years with two modules every year (May-June & October-November) to understand:
What is "being human"?
What do I do with the children before me?
How do I learn to “see” them and understand what they seek?
How do I serve them best for their own destiny and mine?
How can I constantly stay striving?
Through the modules we work deeply to understand:
The medical and physiological development of children from embryology through the various seven year cycles of human development; the human organs and how they are mirrored, carried and reflected with the social, emotional and spiritual needs of children with the constant background of karma and destiny.
Inner developmental work of teachers, their own personal journey and building their capacities to be able to write their own curriculum based on their understanding of their own children.
Building communities amongst teachers, parents and schools and learning to work together.
Ira Module 1
This five day intensive training programme is the first module of the Waldorf Training Course offered by Ira. Teachers, educational professionals, doctors, parents or any individual interested in education may join this course - there is no pre qualification required.
Through our Module One, we offer a glimpse into what the Ira training entails:
A deepening understanding of ourselves through movement.
Learning the art of observation of the other and the self through Goetheanistic observation.
Deepening of understanding Rudolf Steiner’s lectures to his teachers about their task of this age.
Practical classroom work or artistic work to deepen one’s experiences as well as help understand children and how they learn best.
Group work through discussions, presentations and music.
Evening lectures on karma, destiny, birth and human embryology and it’s significance in our lives.
During the module, participants are free to have individual meetings with their mentors. At the end of the module, students are guided to spend their time until the next module in deepening their knowledge and skills in their own journeys. Student are required to maintain a log on their personal assignments and submit them at the beginning of Module 2.
Date : 23 - 27 May 2020
#2 Springdale St.
Prarthana Salai, Injanbakkam,
23 May 12:00 - 18:00 Hrs (Session starts after lunch at 14:00 Hrs)
24 - 26 May 08:00 - 18:00 Hrs
27 May 08:00 - 15:30 Hrs
- Enter destination "Shivasunder Villa" to order a taxi from Uber, Ola or view in Google Maps.
- Location: On East Coast Road turn left on Springdale Street (after "OMR Food Street" and before "Prarthana Theatre").
- The average travel time by taxi is 1 Hr from Chennai Central Station and 50 min from the Airport.
- Our registration desk opens at 12:00 Hrs on the first day. followed by lunch and our sessions.
- Meal timings:
Breakfast 07:15 - 08:00 Hrs
Tea 10:30 - 11:00 Hrs
Lunch 12:30 - 14:00 Hrs
Tea 15:30 - 16:00 Hrs
Dinner 18:30 - 19:30 Hrs
Fee: ₹ 13,000 (to be paid to Ira by 09 May 2020 via NEFT)
NEFT Payment Details:
Payee : Ira Institution for Learning LLP
A/c : 064963400000204
Type : Current A/c
Bank : Yes Bank Ltd.
IFSC : YESB0000649
Branch: R.A Puram, Chennai, India
SWIFT : YESBINBB (for International transfers)
Conference charges: (To be paid on 23 May 2020)
₹ 2,000 - No stay. Only conference & lunch charges (Pay cash to Ira).
₹ 6,000 - Towards conference charges, stay in AC room on twin sharing basis & meals (Pay Shivasunder Villa).
If you arrive before 23 May 2020 / depart after 27 May 2020, please add ₹ 1,200 for each additional night.
Register by clicking the button below and submitting the completed online form.
Those staying at Shivsunder Villa or privately in a hotel, please carry your photo ID for the hotel and advise us your arrival time.