Mathematics in Middle School: Mystery, Meaning & Mastery Through Experiential Instruction

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Mathematics in Middle School: Mystery, Meaning & Mastery Through Experiential Instruction

200.00

Instructor: Uli Stuerznickel

Dates: Mon-Fri, August 4-8 | 9:00am-1:30pm

Middle school math (grades 6-8) instructors, math tutors, and parents looking for an enlivened and experiential approach to instruction of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and proofs are invited to join Uli Stuerznickel for a week-long hands-on workshop at the Santa Fe Waldorf School. Ms. Stuerznickel brings 15 years of classroom experience and an understanding of international approaches to mathematics instruction in Waldorf schools to this workshop, which includes countless practical activities suitable for Waldorf and non-Waldorf classrooms alike.

Uli Stuerznickel has been teaching middle school and high school mathematics for many years at the Santa Fe Waldorf School in New Mexico. Prior to her math specialization, she was a Waldorf class teacher for 11 years. Uli’s passion for mathematics has led her to research curriculum aspects in math (and especially in geometry) from the German Waldorf curriculum, and she uses creative and experiential aspects to bring mathematics alive for students of various skill levels. Uli has a BA in Elementary Education from Prescott College and a Waldorf Teacher Certificate from Antioch University in New England.

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