The Seven Learning Processes - Individual and Collaborative Tools for Understanding
A Workshop presented by Dale Irving
NALMA (New Adult Learning Movement Australia)
The Seven Learning Processes provide a new framework for exploring challenges, making decisions, and just meeting everyday life! The processes of Observing, Relating, Digesting, Individualising, Practising, Growing New Capacities, and Creating provide a framework that will enliven and deepen your understanding of a situation and open a doorway to the new. It is a framework that can be applied to one’s deepest, most personal decisions as well as to larger group decision-making, allowing all voices to be heard.
Date: Sunday 15th May 2022
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Cost: $40 std / $35 conc / $45 pay-it-forward **
Venue: Wadkins House, 59 Railway Parade, Mount Lawley
Enquiries to Jill at: email@example.com
Closing date for bookings: 8th May 2022
* For those working towards the Certificate in Anthroposophical Studies: 2 credit points.
** Pay-it-forward pricing option on the booking platform enables ‘those that can’ to pay a bit more to allow RSCP to offer concession rates.
Dale Irving was involved in drama teaching and arts’ advocacy in public education settings for 45+ years and retirement has allowed her to explore Anthroposophy. Dale trained in Biography Work with Karl-Heinz Finke (2014-2016) and in 2019/20 undertook New Adult Education training in Canada.
Inspired by the work of Coenraad van Houten, the New Adult Learning Movement provides accessible processes for spiritual development.