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.
March 21-23, 2014: Freeport, ME
Northeast / Québec Regional Conference.
Imagination, Courage and Responsibility: Finding the Strength to Teach.
Keynote Speaker: Florian Osswald, Co-leader of the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland.
Hosted by Merriconeag Waldorf School.
April 25- 27, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Handwork Research Conference 2014: The Art of Clothing - Creative Gestures to Serve the Human Being, the Earth, and the Divine.
Lectures by Dr. Gerda Kramer and presentations by Renate Hiller and Mikae Toma.
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 6 -7, 2014: Chestnut Ridge, NY
Issues and Trends That Will Shape Waldorf Education in the Next Decade.
Themes include: Fiscal Sustainability - Crisis Management - Recruitment and Training of faculty and administrative staff - Campus Security
Hosted by the Green Meadow Waldorf School Board of Trustees.
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.
June 23-July 18, 2014: San Rafael, CA
One-week Summer Intensives include:
- A Breath of Fresh Air; Study and Art for Re-Creation
- Shaping Transformation; a Weekend of Sculpture
- Teaching Grades 3, 4 and 5 with Change in Mind; Anticipating Puberty
- Puppet Play with Children
- Sing with Your Young Child
- Who Is Here? Educational Support for Adolescents
Presented by Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training at Marin Waldorf School.
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