WALDORF EDUCATION EVENTS
Event details, including contact information, can be found on the Events page of the Why Waldorf Works website. Please send us your events so we can include them in our calendar.
February 17-19, 2014: North Vancouver, BC
AWSNA Northwest Regional Conference The Metamorphosis of Thinking with Dennis Klocek. Practical meditation for teachers - meeting the pedagogical demand to develop heart-felt thinking. Each day of the conference will include a morning lecture followed by exercises to move thought to practice and then
an afternoon session to deepen the work through small group discussion and work.
Hosted by Vancouver Waldorf School and Whistler Waldorf School.
February 17-19, 2014: Portland, OR
World Language Teachers Conference - for current and potential grades and world language teachers in Waldorf Schools.
Come for a renewing, inspiring and supportive gathering in the beautiful city of Portland. This is a unique opportunity for language teachers to gather, learn and share practical techniques and materials as well as to reaffirm or introduce the social and Anthroposophical underpinnings of our important work.
Hosted by Cedarwood Waldorf School.
February 20 - 22, 2014: Detroit, MI
AWSNA Great Lakes Regional Conference.
Hosted by Detroit Waldorf School.
February 20 - 22, 2014: San Rafael, CA
The Fifth New Impulse Conference.
Three Dentitions: What educators in early childhood, elementary grades, and high school can learn from one another. A three day conference with Diane David, Susan Johnson, Douglas Gerwin and Dale Robinson.
Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School.
February 28, 2014: Marietta, PA
AWSNA Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference.
Hosted by Susquehanna Waldorf School.
March 1, 2014: Pewaukee, WI
Community Education Conference Weaving a New Web: Education & Parenting in an Era of Technological Change. Keynote Speaker Eric Utne, Utne Reader founder and Waldorf educator
Hosted by Prairie Hill Waldorf School; co-sponsored by Prairie Hill Waldorf School, Madison Waldorf School, Tamarack Waldorf School, and the Great Lakes Waldorf Institute.
March 14-16, 2014: Ben Lomond, CA
Money and Biography Workshop
This workshop, co-led by Leah Walker of the Center for Biography and Social Arts, and John Bloom, Senior Director of Organizational Culture, RSF Social Finance, will be an opportunity to begin or further the exploration of money and biography through reflection, artistic exercises, and shared experiences in a safe environment.
Held at the Sequoia Retreat Center in Ben Lomond, CA
March 13-14, 2014: Baltimore, MD
AWSNA Southeast Regional Delegates Conference.
Core Values and Core Standards - Deciphering mainstream educational trends for the Waldorf setting - Keynote Speaker Patrice Maynard, MEd
Hosted by the Baltimore Waldorf School.
March 13 and March 27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Sunbridge Institute Open Days
Experience Waldorf teacher education in action. Attend class, talk to program students and faculty, meet with our Director of Education and
Early Childhood and Elementary Teacher Education Program Directors, and tour the campus.
March 14 - 15, 2014: Phoenixville, PA
Stepping Stones to Social Entrepreneurship Young Social Entrepreneurs Conference
2014 Keynote Speaker: Don Shaffer, President of RSF Social Finance
~ Grow a sustainable & profitable business
~ Network for advisors, partners and investors
~ Learn how to successfully pitch your business idea
~ Get inspired to dream and create something that changes the world!
Co-organized by Triskeles and Kimberton Waldorf School
March 21, 2014: Freeport, ME
AWSNA Northeast / Québec Regional Delegates Meeting
"Imagination, Courage and Responsibility: Finding the Strength to Teach"
The keynote speaker is Florian Osswald, Co-leader of the Pedagogical Section in Dornach. We will explore themes such as: 'What are the challenges that stress us as teachers and administrators?' and 'How can we find renewal and strengthen ourselves for our task?'
Hosted by Merriconeag Waldorf School.
April 26, 2014: Hudson, NY
Freedom, Funding & Accountability in Education
Navigating Independent Waldorf Education Through the Turbulent Currents of Financial Uncertainty and Government Regulations
A Workshop led by Patrice Maynard and Gary Lamb, including presentations with small group and plenum conversations.
Hosted by Solaris Center for the Social Arts.
June 23-26, 2014: Hadley, MA
The AWSNA Summer Conference will be held June 23- June 26, 2014 at Hartsbrook School. The theme for this year is "Cultivating Humanness within a Technological World" featuring keynote speaker, Craig Holdrege, Ph.D., Director and Senior Researcher, Nature Institute.
Please inform your communities and mark your calendars!
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