Art of Teaching Kindergarten
This immersion workshop for teachers, caregivers, and parents will cover research in early childhood development as well as Rudolf Steiner’s indications for the kindergarten-age child.
Dates: June 19 – 23
Presented By: Annie Bosque, Tavia Pagan, Becky Page, Alice Stamm, Lee Sturgeon-Day
Schedule: Mon, June 19-Thurs, June 22, 8a-5:45p; Fri, June 23, 8a-3:45p
Registration Check In: Monday, June 19, 7a-8a
Course Fee: $ 660
Meals: 5 box lunches $ 73.75; Meals must be pre-ordered from the cafe or they will not be available.
Recommended materials: Sewing Kit
Introduction to Understanding the Kindergarten-Aged Child.
This introductory immersion workshop for teachers, caregivers, and parents will cover research in early childhood development as well as Steiner’s indications for the kindergarten-age child. Discussions will include the importance of play, power of rhythm, working with parents and colleagues, school readiness, and much more. Active participation and hands-on activities include storytelling and puppetry, seasonal festivals, circles, and crafts.
Participants will develop an understanding of child development in the kindergarten-aged child, practice a range of activities suitable for the kindergarten, and understand the primary importance of play and rhythm in the kindergarten.
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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