Day2-Day7 / 9:00-10:00
In the development of mankind we are realizing the consciousness soul. That means a new form of individualisation, a new form of individualism that develops beyond heritage and ethnicity. Another aspect of the time in which we live is the globalization. Individualism and globalization forms the world into the global village that is now our reality. The combination of individualisation and globalisation can help us to develop 'mankind' if we grow together in brotherhood. We would then live in an integrated world. The opposite could also happen: mankind could fall apart with brotherhood far away. We would then live in a world of disintegration. The task of a new education is to find the middle ground between brotherhood and individualisation. That could be a 'Global-Education'. This would be possible if education develops for these goals a spiritual understanding of the world and of mankind.
Day2 / 16:30-18:00
The foundation of the Waldorf school created an impulse for a shaping of the social question. This impulse includes classroom teaching as well as school management.
What kind of school management or leadership did Steiner inaugurate and how do we put it into practice today?
Day2 / 19:30-21:00
In the face of growing tensions between Japan, Korea, and China, the lecture discusses the possibility of approaching a mutual task in Asia in the context of Hiroshima, Nagasaki and Fukushima.
Day3 / 16:40-18:10
The aim that a class teacher teaches the children for eight years belongs to the basic conceptions of the Waldorf school.
What are the inner reasons for this long time of responsibility? What can and should be reached for the development of the pupils and how can the teacher gain the ability to go through these permanent inner and outer transformations?
Another important question in our time: How can class teacher and subject teachers succeed to become the one of good 'team players' for each class?
Day5 / 16:30-18:00
In his book "Occult Science", Rudolf Steiner outlined the evolution of humanity from the beginning of the post-Atlantean time i.e. from ancient India through different epochs till present. As Asians, we often question whether this still holds true for Asia. This lecture will be an attempt to portray how the same evolution unfolds differently in different geographical places on this vast continent. Hopefully, it will shed some light on the topic and help those who want to understand the development of their own society.
Day5 / 19:30-20:30
An eurythmy night performed by Hsin-Shi Lai from Taiwan and Rieko Hata from Japan.
Hopefully, there are some more guests from Korea will join us, and we all can share the precious time and experience with Asian eurythmists altogether.