Art of Teaching Kindergarten
This immersion workshop for teachers, caregivers, and parents covers research in early childhood development and practical activities, as well as Rudolf Steiner’s indications for the kindergarten-age child.
Dates: July 2-6, 2018
Presented By: Annie Bosque, Tavia Pagan, Becky Page, Lee Sturgeon-Day
Schedule: Mon, July 2-Thurs, July 5, 8a-5:45p; Fri, July 6, 8a-3:45p
Registration Check-In: Monday, June 19, 7a-8a
Course Fee: $ 680
Meals: 5 lunches $ 73.75; Meals must be pre-ordered during registration from the cafe or they will not be available.
Introduction to Understanding the Kindergarten-Aged Child.
This introductory immersion workshop for teachers, caregivers, home-schoolers and parents will cover current research in early childhood development as well as Rudolf Steiner’s indications for the kindergarten-age child.
Offering tools, ideas and key understandings:
- Essentials of the Waldorf Kindergarten
- The First Seven Years
- The Kindergarten Child
- Parent Work & The Art of Communication
- Rhythm and Classroom Management
- Creating an Environment for Work and Play
- Fall, Winter & Spring Circles & Seasonal Activities
- Practical Ideas to Bringing Everyday Activities
- Festivals and Celebrations
- Story Telling
- Puppetry & Puppet Shows
Additional activities add value to the Art of Teaching week:
- Sunday Evening Keynote: July 1: The Therapeutic Eye of the Waldorf Educator, Rhoda Cortez
- Weeknight Electives (see schedules for details): Inner Work through Form Drawing, Meaningful Meetings and Parent Communication, Nature Drawing and Community Singing.
Certificate of Participation will be emailed to those who attend this course.
For more information, contact (916) 963-4000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Art of Teaching Kindergarten schedule