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October 24, 2011: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Money as a Force in the World - Sustainability and Responsibility
Workshop from 9am to 4pm, culminating in a public round table in the evening from 7pm to 9pm. Mark Finser, John Bloom, Don Shaffer, and Scott Williams among others will be presenting.
November 4, 5 & 6, 2011: Wilton, NH
Annual Conference on Adolescence for middle and high school teachers.
Keynote Speakers: Jon McAlice, Marisha Plotnik, and John Wulsin
November 29, 2011: San Rafael, CA
A Phenomenology of Gossip Lecture by Dorit Winter
Gossip attracts and repels simultaneously. It creeps through communities; voraciously seeking tidbits to fuel itself, inflaming ill will. Where does it get its power? How can it be thwarted?
January 21, 2012: El Sobrante, CA
Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training Visiting Day
See classes in session. Meet students and teachers.
Saturday from 10am -1pm at the East Bay Waldorf School.
January 24 - February 14, 2012: El Sobrante, CA
Understanding and Working with Temperaments A Parent Conversation Group with Dorit Winter
This course will introduce you to the four temperaments, and explore practical applications of this unique insight into the human being.
Tuesdays from 8:45 - 10:15am at the East Bay Waldorf School
February 9th, 2012: San Rafael, CA
Healing Through Singing Lecture by Christiaan Boele
Thursday at 7:30-9:00 pm
Lecture held at Marin Waldorf School, San Rafael, CA 94903
February 18-20, 2012: East O'ahu, HI
Waldorf Regional Schools' Conference:
Enhancing Creativity in Teaching with Dennis Klocek
The task of teaching requires balancing three different domains in order to keep the creative juices flowing in the classroom. This set of lectures will address working with students, parents, and colleagues by describing meditative exercises that can be used to develop creative strategies. Topics will include the pedagogical law, approaches to curriculum, developing living picture thinking, the sentient body and the maturation process, the role of discipline, sleep and dream, and the formation of leading questions.
Hosted by the Honolulu Waldorf School.
February 23-25, 2012: Tiburon, CA
Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training A New Impulse - Third Conference
Inner Activity/Outer Demands: Waldorf schools and Waldorf teachers are greatly challenged today by the growing pressures from parents and society in general, to be more main stream: performance benchmarks, more conventional organizational and leadership forms, a strong focus on academics...This conference with Claus-Peter Röh will address the profound sources which can help us keep our bearings as we deal with the 21st century pressures that affect us and our schools.
March 15 - 19, 2012: Austin, TX (Spring Session)
Spacial Dynamics Inservice Training Program
The course includes Spacial Dynamics exercises, Bothmer Gymnastic exercises, sports, indoor and outdoor games, track and field, exercises for the classroom, tumbling and acrobatics, archery, fencing, circus arts, juggling, group building exercises and dance. Also included are posture exercises, movement observation and analysis, teaching methods, therapeutic hands-on techniques, and remedial applications.
Hosted by the Austin Waldorf School
April 19-22, 2012: Kyle, SD
AWSNA Service Weekend on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota at the Lakota Waldorf School (LWS) and the Oglala Lakota College (OLC)
Save the dates and join us there! All alums are welcome to join us: parents, teachers, board members, administrators, former AND current students, and grandparents.
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