Nettie and Wim Fabrie
How can we bring joy into the teaching of Math?
- Starts Jun 27Starts Jun 27
- 685 US dollars$685
- 4135 54th Place, San Diego, CA 92105
We will cover the essentials of the Waldorf Math Curriculum, Grades 4 to 6. These are important years for the understanding of crucial math concepts! We will also touch upon the challenges the students will have during this time and HOW to practice the concepts. BIOGRAPHY Nettie Fabrie began her teaching career of four decades in the public schools of the Netherlands. As a Waldorf class teacher, she took two classes from first through eighth grade in Holland. She has been a remedial teacher for many years. More recently, Nettie served as the pedagogical director of the Seattle Waldorf School for ten years. She has traveled the world to mentor Waldorf teachers, founded a Waldorf teacher training program in the Czech Republic and was on the faculty of Sound Circle Center for several years. Nettie is the sub regional representative for AWSNA in one of the North West regions In her free time Nettie enjoys working in the garden, going to the theater, concerts and art museums. She is also a co-author of the math book: Making Math Meaningful for grades 1 to 5. Wim Gottenbos taught in Dutch public schools for 12 years before training and becoming a Waldorf teacher. He took two classes through in Holland. He then carried three classes at the Seattle Waldorf school, one class from 4 till 8, one from 6 till 8 and one from 1 till 8. In 2017, he retired from class teaching and started working as a mentor and evaluator in various schools in the Pacific Northwest. He was also part of the Advanced Seminar at Sound Circle Center. Wim’s passions include beekeeping, gardening and reading. He is also a co-author of the math book: Making Math Meaningful for grades 1 to 5.
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