4 in 1

         The four techniques for teaching are combined with this course to reach an effective usage of  these four sense of education and developing cognitive skills of students in schools.
⇒ Step 1 :
         STE(A)M Education is a second step of the STEM, combined with the Art. The abbreviation stands for the Science-Technology-Engineering-Art and Mathematics. This course, besides with-its main titles are in cooperates with the artistic and design skills of the individuals. So, this new curriculum, and then this will help to improvement of their learning processes their STEM education integrated with art skills. This will provide students besides with the academic science education and the real-life skills, self-motivation and reliance senses. So, they can have the problem-solving skills, and they will have the creative ideas by the inclusion of art into the STEM education.
⇒ Step 2 :
          Robotic is a work field that includes all of the machine and the control systems, the computer systems, and the space sciences. Designations of the mechanisms, addition of the electronically equipment, controlling them in digital environments, and other some studies about the topic contribute to the improvements of the mechanic, mechatronics, computer hardware, and software, control and automation skills, space and aviation, electric-electronic engineering, etc.
⇒ Step 3 :  
Waldorf Approach;
          It is an educational system that emerged in Stuttgart, Germany in 1919 after the First World War.
The Waldorf Approach is a method used widely in today’s schools following the conference was given to the workers of a factory in Stuttgart by philosophy, scientist and educator Rudolf Steiner.
In the Waldorf approach, the idea of ‘making everything in its own time’ is in the foreground. It is argued that it is wrong to determine the school-age of the children according to the calendar and that the important development for children is individual development. Children should be able to get rid of memorization and oppression and undergo a learning process in rhythmic and everyday life, intertwined with nature. In order to eliminate this pressure, the Waldorf approach does not include applications such as grade system, classroom, homework.
         Blended with games, keeping the child’s interest alive, making more interesting the teaching approach. At this stage, the duty of teachers is to raise free people and to see the teacher as art rather than a profession. In the Waldorf system, teachers should be educators who make spiritual communication with students, force children’s imagination and prioritize emotional intelligence.
         Another important point in the Waldorf system is that it prefers a life intertwined with nature. Students are away from technology up to a certain age; they only relate to natural means. There are no plastic toys in the classroom. Toys with natural materials such as tree branches, wood, cotton, wool are invented. This invention is aimed at improving manual dexterity. It brings students closer to the branches of fine arts such as carving and sculpture.
          A Waldorf approach is a holistic approach that aims to transform education into an art.
One of the biggest concerns begins that when he becomes a parent. These concerns start with the subject for the baby’s feeding, sleeping and more and continue as the baby grows; the most important issue is stuck in education. Up to this stage, you can go to the selection by visiting one of the most important points for the product. Up to this stage, you can go to the selection by visiting any store one of the most important points for the product. However, you cannot make such a choice for your child’s education.
         However, the economic, social and cultural structure of the society affects more schools and the schools are no longer just a place for education and training, but also for social support and so on. The services are that the necessity of being a multi-purpose and multidimensional organization.
         In order to solve the growing educational problems, different educational reforms are tried to be realized all over the world, and these reform initiatives can bring success and failure. One of the alternative methods of education for this purpose is the Waldorf Approach. The Waldorf Approach, which defines the education system as distant education, conscious behavior, have been supported by the anthroposophical movement which has the meaning in the definition of knowledge produced by the supreme self of man. Rudolf Steiner, who was interested in philosophy and eastern mysticism, opposed the thought structure he devised and ignored the voluntary and emotional side of the human being, who gave importance to reason with the philosophy he called Anthroposophy (human wisdom). According to Steiner, due to the importance is given to human beings, people became individuals, but because the will and emotional structure of the human being were ignored, fragmentation between the social and natural life and the human was formed. Steiner argued that this fragmentation would inevitably lead to destruction. Steiner, the founder of Anthropophagia, founded a school which he called lad School of Spiritual Science school in order to apply his views and named it Goetheanum.

The Right Choice for Your Child
As parents who are considering private education, we may feel unsure about which school would be the best fit for our child. Academics are important, but we want assurance that they will have a strong foundation to meet future success in these times of global change.
Through a progressive developmental based approach to education, Marin Waldorf School has been helping Bay Area parents raise confident, self-reliant, resilient and morally intelligent children for the past 40 years. Waldorf education goes beyond the development of the intellect, focusing on the development of the whole human being and helping children bring goodness, beauty, and truth into the world.
What’s the Waldorf Approach aims?
The mission of the Waldorf Approach is to raise consciousness, creative, innovative children who are capable of shaping the future of economics, justice, and cultural freedom.

Basic Principles of Waldorf Approach;
         Education will be continuous for twelve years and students will not be directed to different types of education. Since the student is expected to advance and master in his own direction when he reaches the maturity when he has reached the maturity where he can gain his self and make the right decisions, he continues his education at the Waldorf school from kindergarten to high school.
         Every child is considered to have different individual characteristics and superior abilities. When planning education, children should not learn what they need to learn but what they can learn. It is aimed that the child develops and maximizes all the abilities he has.
         How the world and life have a rhythm. The human organism also has a certain rhythm. Man matures in this rhythm. The shaping energy that provides human development focuses on the development of will, emotion and thought in different times in line with this rhythm. However, after reaching an adequate maturity in a field, one must proceed to the next level in education.
         The school must be free of all economic and political control. Therefore, the fact that the school has a democratic structure independent of the state constitutes the basis of the Waldorf education’s concept of freedom. In addition, each school organizes its curriculum according to the community. Thus, it is possible to relate the subjects to be learned with the child’s life.
         The school should be managed by teachers. There is no hierarchy in school management. Teachers determine the functioning of the school in accordance with the principles of Steiner.
         During the eight years of primary education, a class must continue and complete its education with the same class teacher. The teacher can better associate the subject with the child’s life at that level and the more opportunities he knows about the child and the circumstances in which he/she lives, and the more opportunities to support the child’s development.
         The evaluation system is different in Waldorf education. The purpose of the assessment is not to classify the child with a note, but to get to know him better and to better monitor his progress. Teachers prepare long reports on the development of each child. Small grades are not allowed. In this way, the evaluation starts in high school. Teachers visit home. Another aim of the evaluation is to make the child aware of his / her development and to make him feel the enthusiasm of learning and producing more.
         The child needs to develop as a whole. For this purpose, equal importance is given to areas such as the acquisition of knowledge, application of skill, strengthening of creativity, stimulation of imagination, nutrition of understanding and empathy feelings, the importance of social responsibility and moral principles. The subject covered is processed in all its aspects.

⇒ Step 4 :
         Children always want to create and product things with their parents from their ages of 5-6 to their adolescence ages. So, we are as their directors, should make some projects to get time with them. This course will be contented with the methods and techniques to woodcraft for children, and it is included with the unimat tools used in the education.

– To teach STEM education to students integrated with the art skills
– Learning of the children science, technology, engineering and mathematics topics besides with the artistic improvement
– To tell people art is also important in individual important, not only scientific education
– To learn ICT tools in their best standards
– To reach literacy in highest quality with this education
– To gain students the facilitates of self-explaining and self-reliance
– To teach children how to be experienced in the robotic field
– To gain them autonomic and motor skills
– To integrate them with engineering and computer skills
– To give them an inclusive education related to the science and ICT
– To teach children to control automatic systems

Step 3 :
The aim of this training is to create self-consciousness. Self is the way of learning, motivating, thinking, motivating, creative, inventive, self-confident, effective and many more.
Developmental approach; In the Waldorf education the curriculum should go parallel with the child’s intuition; right thing at the right time. According to Steiner, the purpose of the learning rhythm between mental and physical activities is to provide the development of the spiritual body, where intrinsic strength and flexibility increase. For this purpose, physical education teachers in normal schools need more than anatomy and physiology knowledge.

Step 4 :
• To prepare an application and design support program which aims to gain 21st Century skills.
• To prepare an atelier that children can use the woods safely in their primary and high schools.
• To make a curriculum that is appropriate for the school program, to educate the teachers for their usage of the atelier in their own branches and provide the supplements that are needed with the purpose of using the ateliers that are found effectively.
• The physical activities are highlighted by improving the balance, the coordination, the sense of rhythm in the approach that is running with the heart, the mind, and the ability philosophy.

Integrated program:
        The main aim of the course is to help teachers to understand the importance of STE(A)M education and improve their science school lessons and science project in kindergarten and in primary school and also in the first grades of secondary school, besides with the artistic education. Participants will be familiarized with the impact they can have on children by learning science in a fun and innovative, yet educational manner. They will learn how to boost children imagination and natural gift of questioning, by implementing scientific way of thinking and science methodology in their work. As our goal is also to help children to find ways to make STEAM education a fun pathway to children school life. In addition, and a precious tool in their educational street and life.
         Robotic Coding education will content the robotic education for children, and their motor skills and improvement. The sessions and education will be mainly about robotic systems and autonomic robots. The components of a robot and the control of the computer systems will provide teachers’ teaching innovation and technology usage to their students.

Game Engineering with Waldorf Approach:

STORY-TELLING – the power of stories is used to bring each subject area to life.  The subject matter is chosen to meet the emotional needs of each age with each grade having a theme for the year.  Stories illustrate the lessons and are allowed to live and deepen within the class across a three-day cycle of listening, recalling and recording.
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES each lesson provides opportunities for students to feel free and being more experienced in the subject themselves.  In this way, the lesson is related to a more inclusive way. Instead of learning math facts at the desk in a closed environment, students may go to the garden to calculate how many seeds can be planted to the ground. These experiences are unique and they carry with them the desired curriculum objectives.
MOVEMENT ACTIVITIES A child’s physical development cannot be ignored as a key factor for academic success.  To empower a child’s coordination, movement and ability to integrate their senses, each day includes a number of opportunities for physical and rhythmic exercises.  Verses recited in the circle with accompanying movements, jumping rope to times tables, and rhythm stick activities emphasizing mid-line crossing are just a few examples of ways that a child’s physical development is encouraged along with academic lessons.  These activities allow one more opportunity for the child to connect to the lesson through a different medium.  Participation in these activities also provides the teacher with valuable insights related challenges the child may be experiencing in the classroom.
ART  Children should get to know art and artistic works in order to understanding the modern cultural world, nowadays. So, these artistic and cultural works will help them to get to know nature, and they will help their exploring new things about the world, and their being consciousness about their environment.

Methods: Lectures, exercises, discussions, teamwork, role-playing, study visits

Course Topics:
• Improvement of children
• Learning and development of the children who are growing up
• Self-reliance of children
• Self-recognition of children

Program (Training activities):
• Training course
• Discussions about the course sessions
• Sightseeing
• School visits
• Social activities together

After confirming registration, participants will be informed about the details of the course (arrival, daily program). Participants will be able to introduce themselves and bring a few examples of routines and practices that they apply to their teaching.

Module 1 : The STEM education
Module 2 : Integration of art into this education
Module 3 : Self- reliance and other characteristic improvements
Module 4 : Improvement of critical thinking and reaching academical success
Module 5 : Robot education
Module 6 : Scientific and computational skills
Module 7 : The controlling of the robotic systems with technology
Module 8 : The daily usage of the common robotic developers
Module 9 : The autonomy and computer skills at an early age
Module 10 : Learning the history of Waldorf Education
Module 11 : The key point in Waldorf (Children Development)
Module 12 : Developing a curriculum for Waldorf Approach in schools and following it
Module 13 : Education children in creativity and creative games
Module 14 : Teachers’ role in the eyes of children in education
Module 15 : Training of the teachers with a Waldorf approach
Module 16 : Woodcraft works for children
Module 17 : Getting fun with them
Module 18 : Creativity, productivity

The acquisitions that teachers will gain at the end of the course will be as follows:

  • They will discover how the create low-cost science and ICT classes
  • They will motivate both boys and girls for STEAM education in their lessons
  • They will learn both practicing scientific and artistic methods in lesson times
  • They will find the ways of integrating Arts into STEM education

For Robotic Coding:
The acquisitions that teacher will gain at the end of the course:

  • To learn the history of the use of robots in education and current developments.
  • To learn the use and application of robotic theories in education.
  • To learn and teach the limitations and importance of using robots in education.
  • To learn how to teach methods and techniques for using robots in education.
  • To be experienced about computational thinking skills and basic components.
  • To learn unplugged events and uses them.
  • To learn and teach the algorithm and flow diagram.
  • To meet binary number systems and performs ASCII conversion.
  • To learn and comprehend how computers work.
  • To understand the hardware and software components of robots
  • To learn cable and/or wireless data transfer methods.
  • To show motion control using servo motors.
  • To perform hold-lift-release robot activity.
  • To learn color detection, object detection, touch-stop, distance, etc. sensors.
  • To activate the line-following robot.
  • To make robots active, which separate objects.
  • To activate the robot car with parking sensor.
  • Takes care to use effective time management techniques.

For Game Engineering with Waldorf Approach:
Teachers will gain so many acquisitions within the terms of educating children who are in their early childhood. So, the Waldorf Approach is an educational approach and, a curriculum for primary school teachers and kindergarten teachers. This education module is useful for teachers’ directing their own children. Besides the game activities in Waldorf education, teachers will teach the eurythmy to their children. The teachers should be experienced about the Waldorf education system in order to educate their students in a more proper way.

• Teachers will learn how to touch upon the needs of children in the time that they are growing up.
• Teachers will learn how to answer the questions of children in that age.
• Teachers will learn how to develop education models for their children.
• At the end of these approaches, children will also learn to do by living and they will face across the self-consciousness at growing age.



  • Welcome to the participants
  • A quick introduction to the course
  • Why this education is necessary?
  • Differences of this education with STEM education
  • The process and models of this education
    Coffee Break
  • Introduction to the course: UNIMAT (The Cool Tool)
  • The Basic Equipment Information . UNIMAT modular system.
  • UNIMAT forming features Machinery Equipment
  • Focusing on the Waldorf Philosophy;


  • Introduction of the children’s abilities about learning
  • The importance of the self-explanation, reliance and contributes of the STEAM education to this
  • The resources for the teachers
  • How can be a STEAM specialist
  • Computer and thinking skills
  • Combining the practical information related to the topic
  • Introduction of basic robotic systems
  • Combining lessons with innovative techniques
    Coffee Break
  • How to prepare and select the arguments, toys, tools etc. that constitutive Game Engineering with Waldorf Approach,
  • To teach the activities, classroom management techniques and guidance processes that will enable our students to transform their ideas into a project, a work of art
  • How to play with them
  • Communication styles for children
    Motor skills: Thewoodcarving, working on makingtoys .24W motor powerthatdoes not harmtohands .Drilling, fretsaw, emery, carvingandlathefeatures .Theusage of handtools, theintroduction of basictools . Introduction of half-done, puretools, andtheirusage


  • Science and critical thinking skills
  • Visual and literary art
  • Improvement of the children with the science education through critical thinking and problem-solving  skills
  • Contribution of Art to these skills
  • Introduction of algorithm and flow diagram
  • Binary numbers and puzzles
    Coffee Break
  • How to prepare activities by using teaching objects like natural toys, tools, games and some teaching modules, etc. for learners who will benefit from the Waldorf approach. From these activities, they can ask questions and searching answer for the questions discussed their thought sand ideas.
  • How to prepare and implement activities that lead children to think and develop creative ideas.
    Coffee Break
  • The main concernsaboutWaldorfEducation
  • Talking about the Waldorf Philosophy
  • Some kinds of

    (Uni-Print-3D, Styro-Cut 3D, Unimat CNC, Unimat Metal Line)


– Appropriate for 5 years over.

– 24w motor that does not harm to hands
– Drilling, fret saw, emery, carving and lathe features
– Compatible with other unimat tools

– Appropriate for 8 years over.

– 24w motor that does not harm to hands.
– Drilling, fret saw, emery, carving and lathe features.
– Compatible with other unimat tools.

– Application of examples and activities that lead to establishing a relationship between the Waldorf Approach and students.
Coffee Break
– A way of Preparing a curriculum to be used during the training we will organize in creative workshops

Appropriate for 12 years over.

Sturdy construction.
6 different features.
Compatible with other unimattools. (hardness in 4th level; wooden, metal and stone handiwork)

Appropriate for 15 years old .

Sturdy construction.
6 different features.
Compatible with other unimat tools. hardness in 4th level; wooden, metal and stone handiwork.
Sensitive processing with pc control.

– A discussion about that curriculum and how can teachers implement Waldorf Education in the academic years.
– Thinking about the appropriate ambiances for students for their outdoor activities in Waldorf Approach.
Coffee Break

– Examples of the techniques and methods used in worldwide Waldorf schools

– Appropriate for 15 years old

– Sturdy construction
– The filament can be changed speedily, needs less care, skids that can be set.
– Fully metal frame, and sturdy construction. For the common filaments; PLA, ABS, Nylon, Laybrick etc.
– The open-sourced codes hardware: Machinekit & multidirectional user interfaces

– A session about how teachers can make their lessons with Art &Music activities, and how can they include their students to the social activities
– Thinking about the appropriate activities for children
– The relationship between Waldorf and Philosophy
– The best philosophic practice methods
Coffee Break
– A session about how teachers can provide their students with independent thoughts without the oppression of their environment.
– How teachers can take out their students from the bordered school ambiances
Coffee Break
– How can be a Waldorf teacher?
– The implementation methods and techniques of the lessons in Waldorf schools
– Making a general look for the course program
– Evaluating the course program and filling the feedback forms.
– School visits
– Giving the participation certificates.
– Goodbye

CERTIFICATIONS: At the end of the course; participants will take “Certificate of Participant”, “Europass Mobility Certificate”, “Staff Mobility Agreement” certificates.