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April 28 -May 1: Fair Oaks, CAImpulse Youth Festival: Becoming the Seeds of Social Change
The festival's purpose is to bring together the youth and the young at heart into a conscious community and to inspire positive social renewal through games, music, art, conversation, as well as inner and outer transformative lectures given by Edgard Gouveia Jśnior, Orland Bishop and faculty at the Rudolf Steiner College. The Festival closes with an optional volunteer project - creating an urban garden in downtown Sacramento, California.
April 29-May 1, 2011: Mukwonago, WITrue Botanica Foundation Weekend Intensive Workshop
Anthroposophic Approaches to Therapies and Nutrition
June 13, 2011: Great Barrington, MA
Winning with Waldorf VI - featuring our champion, PGA touring golf pro, Duffy Waldorf, will be hosted by the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School, which is celebrating its 40th birthday this year.
June 24-27, 2011: Garden City, NYAWSNA® SUMMER CONFERENCE 2011
Rudolf Steiner's Unique Understanding of Adolescence
Child Development and the Spiritual Intentions of Waldorf Education
Keynote Speaker: Dr. Peter Selg, M.D.
Dr. Peter Selg, MD, is a youth psychiatrist and spiritual scientific researcher working out of anthroposophy as director of the Ita Wegman Institute in Switzerland. From his deep study of and work with adolescents, he has developed a picture of the profound context out of which true Waldorf Education comes. This conference will delve into Rudolf Steiner's attitude towards the child and into the whole pedagogical challenge which childhood presents, creating a kind of basic reflection about the spiritual core of Waldorf Education. This conference will be of inestimable value for high school teachers, but it will speak just as much to educators of all levels who are fortunate enough to participate!
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Hosted by Waldorf School of Garden City, Garden City, New York
June and October 2011: Chicago, ILTeaching Sensible Science
The Research Institute for Waldorf Education, SENSRI and the Chicago Waldorf School are offering Michael D'Aleo's course on Teaching Sensible Science beginning in February 2011 at the Chicago Waldorf School.
SESSION 2: Saturday June 18- Friday June 24, 2011
SESSION 3: Wednesday October 5- Monday October, 10 2011
June 2011: Wauconda, IL and San Diego, CAThe 11th Annual Summer Music Conferences 2011
Creative Listening: Towards a Living Musical Pedagogy with Pär Ahlbom
Offering two sessions of the annual ANAWME summer conference:
Session 1 of 2: June 20 - 24 Water's Edge Waldorf School, Wauconda, IL 60084
Session 2: June 27 - July 1 Waldorf School of San Diego, CA
June 26 - July 1, 2011: Ghent, NYAlkion Center for Adult Education's Summer Intensive
Practical and Fine Arts in the High School - The Shaping of the Soul in Adolescence
Summer Intensive fee: $450 (Register by June 1, $400) materials cost not included
Go to www.alkioncenter.org for more information and for an application form. Inquire about accommodation options.
The Alkion Center is a developing member of AWSNA.
July 2011: Toronto, ONEncounters with Imagination: A Festival of Arts and Education
The Rudolf Steiner Centre Toronto in collaboration with Arscura -School for the Living Arts have invited a team of internationally acclaimed artists and educators to offer a diverse selection of practical and artistic workshops.
Week 1 (July 11-15)
Week 2 (July 18-22)
October 20-22, 2011: Ann Arbor, MIAWSNA Great Lakes Regional Delegates' Meeting
The Rudolf Steiner School of Ann Arbor, Michigan will once again be hosting the Great Lakes Delegates' meeting.More events can be found at Why Waldorf Works
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