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April 2015 #6

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Pedagooogy 3000 and emAne
What happened in South Africa?

March 2015
For a New Education and Peace Alliance

Happy Children - Everywhere and Forever
We are all part of it!

Dear friends

Here is the report on South Africa, the 6th Stop Over of 2015 Pedagooogia 3000 and emAne Tour

We thank Chairman Smith, Michael Davies and Juliette Jordaan for the organization and all the team and friends who helped so much during this week.

For more information and keep in touch in South Africa, please write to charmaine@infundo.co.za
Contacts: Charmaine Smith charmaine@infundo.co.za, Gail gail@infundo.co.za
And Michael Davies mrdavies44@hotmail.com
http://infundo.weebly.com/news.html

  1. Johannesburg, 5 events
  2. Radio programme, Jorzy today with Gillian
  3. Drama, The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy
  4. Practical ideas from South Africa

    Reading material, private school helping public schools
    Meditation for children
    Invest in Young Teachers
    Spelling tools

  5. Nelson Mandala
  6. Oprha Winfrey’s School
  7. The Sangoma, African traditions and medicine
  8. Bert Herllinguer (Family Constellation) and the Zulu people
  9. South Africa

Map of Africa

1. Johannesburg, 5 events

Friday March 27 – Seminar 13:00 – 16:00
Location : Regenesys Campus, 4 Pybus Rd- Johannesburg

Saturday March 28
Workshop 1, 8:00 – 11:00
Workshop 2, 13:00 – 16:00
Location : INSIMBI TRAINING – 225 Kessel Street, Fairland 2195

Monday March 30 – Seminar and Combined Workshop – 9:00–12:00 and 13:00-16:00
Location : READ Educational Trust – 4, Handel Road, Ormanonde 2091

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Friday March 27 - Seminar
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Saturday March 28 - Workshop 1
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Saturday March 28 - Workshop 2
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Team work
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Monday March 30 – Workshop – 9:00–12:00 In Read Educational Trust

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Monday March 30 – Seminar
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Coordination exercises: Playing with paper balls
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NeuroFLASH demonstration (right brain tools)
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This group was acting the Red Petals of the 7 Petals school
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Michael explaning the Green Petal
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Meeting with John Croft and Lizandra, Dragon Dreaming
Please see www.dragondreaming.org
Dragon Dreaming: A beautiful tools for enterprises, build on the wisdom of the aborigines of Australia and John Croft huge experiences and background.

We will put more info in the upcoming the Australian report.

2. Radio Programme

Radio programme, Jorzy today with Gilian Godsell

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Pictures, from left to right: Gillian, Noemi, Charmain

Radio Programme with Pedagooogy 3000, infundo and Wits School of Education
Check it out! A great Programme! Thanks to Gillian Godsell's
 http://jozi91072.podomatic.com/entry/2015-03-31T10_21_18-07_00

Gillian Godsell's guests were:

- Mathakga Botha, Wits School of Education;
- Noemi Paymal, Pedagooogia 3000;
- Gail Wrogemann, Charmaine Smith, Infundo;
- Michael and Simon Davies, Pedagooogia 3000.

The Tuesday edition of Jozi Today is hosted by Gillian Godsell from 9.00am to 10.30am. Radio Today broadcasts on 1485 AM in Johannesburg and nationally.

3. Drama

The Helen O'Grady Drama Academy was started in Australia in 1979 by well known TV personality and teacher Helen O'Grady. The Academy's main aim is to develop confidence and skill in verbal communication for children and adults of all ages!  

We achieve this by focussing on speech; mime and movement; creative improvisation and dialogue development. Children learn to be confident and communicate effectively while having fun!

Interview with Juliet Jordaan in Johannesburg, South Africa
For more information, please contact Juliet Jordaan <juliet@helenogrady.co.za>

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Building self-confidence on stage
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Drama and dressing up are fun
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Drama: a very good tools

  • to develop Peace Culture and Non Violent Communication
  • to release emotional issues
to create brotherhood.

4. Practical ideas from South Africa

Reading material, private schools funding public schools

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Books in the 10 languages of South Africa (out of 30!)
A very nice program by Read Educational Trust
The idea is to help the public school all over the countries. Some of the funding is got by selling school books to private school

Meditation for children


photo by Ami Fountain

A very nice programme, “Meditation for children”  as well called “Centring Prayer”
Meditation helps children nurture and strengthen their innate abilities while they explore problem solving, focus, centering and using the power of the mind to direct their bodies and lives. For more information, please contact paulf@cie.org.za, Catholic Institutes

See as well Mindfulness training with children
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Invest in young teacher! Young teachers are the future:

  1. They are still close to childhood
  2. They know about informatics and High Tech
  3. They are FFF (Fast, Free and Fun)
  4. They do not want to be bored nor be boring.

Spelling

  1. with i-phone and web
  2. and by forming Youtube club for children and youth.
  3. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/1/11/Young_Mandela.jpg/170px-Young_Mandela.jpg5. Nelson Mandala

    Movie, Invictus
    Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlZTzsC8e4g

    In 1962, Nelson Mandala was arrested.Mandela served 27 years in prison, initially on Robben Island, and later inPollsmoor Prison and Victor Verster Prison.

    It matters not how strait the gate,
    How charged with punishments the scroll,
    I am the master of my fate:
    I am the captain of my soul.

     

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    ‘Education is the most powerful tool which you can use to change the world’.

    Nelson Mandela

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    By the Nelson Mandala house 31th of March 2015 The house is surrendered by stones, gifts from people to show their love to Nelson Mandala. We left our too.
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    By the Nelson Mandala Square

    Oprah Winfrey Book6. Oprha Winfrey’s School

    There are not many people who haven't heard of Oprah Winfrey. Not only is she the queen of daytime TV, but also is a philanthropist. Oprah is considered to be one of the most influential women in the world. She uses her power and resources to help those who are in need. Oprah donates millions of dollars each year to fund charities that are of personal interest to her.

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    The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls, South Africa
    The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls

    The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls is a joint initiative by the Oprah Winfrey Foundation and the Gauteng Department of Education. The academy is a private learning and residential institution which aims to stimulate high standards of academic achievement and leadership for girls with outstanding promise in spite of their often difficult social circumstances.

    7. The Sangomas, African traditions and medicine

    http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/d/da/Sangomas-greeting.jpg/640px-Sangomas-greeting.jpgSangomas access advice and guidance from the ancestors for their patients through channelling, throwing bones, or by interpreting dreams. In possession states, the sangoma works themselves into a trance through drumming, dancing and chanting, and allows their ego to step aside for an ancestor. The sangoma will provide specific information about the problems of the patient. Some sangomas speak to their patients through normal conversation, while others speak in tongues, or languages foreign to their patients, but all languages used by sangomas are indigenous Southern African languages depending on the specific ancestors being called upon. Not all sangomas follow the same rituals or beliefs.
    Ancestral spirits can be the personal ancestors of the sangoma or the patient or they might be general ancestors associated with the geographic area or the community.[18] It is believed that the spirits have the power to intervene in people's lives who work to connect the sangoma to the spirits that are acting in a manner to cause affliction.[19] For example, a crab could be invoked as a mediator between the human world and the world of spirits because of its ability to move between the world of the land and the sea. Helping and harming spirits are believed to use the human body as a battle ground for their own conflicts. By using ngoma, the sangoma can create harmony between the spirits which results in the alleviation of the patient's suffering. (Wikipedia)

    8. Bert Herllinguer (Family Constellation) and the Zulu people

    Resultado de imagen para Bert Hellinger and the Zulu peopleFamily Constellations is a therapeutic method which draws on elements of family systems therapy, existential phenomenology and Zulu forn South Africa attitudes to family. In a single session, a Family Constellation attempts to reveal a previously unrecognized systemic dynamic that spans multiple generations in a given family and to resolve the deleterious effects of that dynamic by encouraging the subject to accept the factual reality of the past.

    Resultado de imagen para Bert Hellinger foto ZuluThe process draws from indigenous spiritual mysticism to contribute towards releasing tensions, lightening emotional burdens, and resolving real-world problems. Hellinger lived as a Roman Catholic priest in South Africa for 16 years in the 1950s and 1960s. During these years, he became fluent in the Zulu language, participated in their rituals, and gained an appreciation for their distinct worldview.
    Of particular importance is the difference between traditional Zulu attitudes toward parents and ancestors and those typically held by Europeans. Heidegger postulated that to be human is to find oneself thrown into a world with no clear logical, ontological, or moral structure. In Zulu culture, Hellinger found a certitude and equanimity that were the hallmarks of Heidegger's elusive authentic Self. The traditional Zulu people lived and acted in a religious world in which the ancestors were the central focal point. The ancestors were regarded as positive, constructive, and creative presences. The connection with ancestors is a central feature of the Constellation process.

    9. Various

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    with the watchmen (Johannesburg) How nice they were. Always smiling and greeting us with so much joy and smiles and jokes. They speaks 5 languages: English, Tshivenda, Xitsonsa, Sepedi, Zulu and Sesotho South Africa has 11 official languages and more than 30 languages all together
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    The Workshops reflected the situation of South Africa. We were together for Education; black people (Zulu, Xhosa, ...), one German descendant, two Chinese descendents, several Afrikans (Deutch descendents), English descendents, among others. (Plus Simon and Michael from Chile/SA. Left in the picture). And Durban has a very large Indian community.
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    Cricket: everything is around cricket life!
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    Check out, the incredible story of Sugar man

    Quotes

    If not now, when?
    If not me, who?
    Emma Watson (the actress in the Harry Potter movie)

    It takes a village to raise a child
    African saying

    Children are not the “enemy”, they are the greatest allies. They will accelerate the big Turn (the big Shift) of our society.

    The key words for Education are:  school teachers that enjoy their vocation, collaboration and fun.

    FFF Education: Fun, Free, Fast
    Fun for fun-learning
    Free for self-taught and self-experiments
    Fast for quick understanding and curiosity.

    If it not fun, it is not sustainable.
    Dragon Dreaming

    Analysis and Criticism = Paralysis

    A comprehensive Education means an Education that considers, integrates and harmonizes at the same time all levels of development of the human being, e.i: physical, emotional, cognitive, aesthetical, ecologic, practical and inner development. An Integral Education is capable that way of assuring that the student will really flourish, will be able to help positively the society and will care for the Earth.

    A child is like a flower: He has to blossom petal by petal, allowing the 100.000 thousands petals of the soul to unfold.

    Cleanness is goodness.

    New Education will work only “Hand in Hand”.

    SAT+: Speak positively, Act positively, Think positively.

    PIPO effect: Peace Inside, Peace Outside

    Inner education and wisdom leads to great achievements; a bunch of information leads to a potential disaster.

    2015, Pedagooogy 3000 and emAne tours

    The tours of 2015 will visit more than 33 countries with the themes of a new integral Education and Peace Culture, raising awareness and promoting concrete solutions. The purposes of the tours are:

    • To raise worldwide awareness regarding children’s needs and the needs of the Planet.
    • To better address these needs through an integral education.
    • To build up a deep Peace Culture all around the world.
    • To pave the way towards a better understanding of the physiological, psycho-emotional and neurological changes in today’s children, and to provide updated information from doctors, psychologists and educators, explaining the reasons for such changes
    • To share investigations and experiences undergone in several countries.
    • To improve the way we address the needs of today’s children and help them in their learning and growth path.
    • To present practical tools for an integral, fun, inclusive and proactive education, oriented towards a multicultural approach to a culture of peace.
    • To set the basis for an educational project called “5 Continents for a New Education and Peace Culture” and to introduce Pedagooogia 3000 and emAne.
    • To create an all-embracing network around the world, driven by solidarity, consciousness and love, linking continents and countries through Education and Peace Culture.

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