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Summer 2017

Plan to come to Rudolf Steiner College this summer!
We have an exciting line up of classes and
professional development workshops.

Presented By: Rudolf Steiner College
Days: June and July
Registration Coming Soon!

Workshops and Events

All registrations will be on the first day of each event

Biodynamic Intensive
June 7-11
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Join us for a 5-day intensive study of the fundamental theory and practice of biodynamic farming and gardening.

Coros Institute: The World Mineral/Plant
June 16-20
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The imagination of the World Mineral/Plant, given by Rudolf Steiner, describes the functional evolutionary parallels between geology and botany. It can be used to create highly effective compounds of mineral and plant substances that can serve as sprays to enhance plant growth.

Art of Teaching Kindergarten
June 19-23
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This introductory immersion workshop for teachers, caregivers, and parents will cover current research in early childhood development as well as Rudolf Steiner’s indications for the kindergarten-age child.

Public School Institute
June 19-30
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This two-week institute is designed for teachers in any school setting for grades Pre K-6. We create ways to integrate the arts and active learning into the public school curriculum, thus bringing learning to life for both teachers and students.

Little Ones and Therapeutic Movement
June 24-25
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Participants will begin their day with eurythmy and then learn the history, theory, and uses for the Little One pedagogical dolls.

Art of Teaching Preschool
June 26-28
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Teachers, caregivers, and parents will gain many insights from this introductory course that covers healthy approaches to nurturing 3- and 4-year-olds who need to move and do.

Essentials of Waldorf Education
July 1
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This is a prerequisite for enrolling in Art of Teaching workshops for any participant with limited classroom experience in or understanding of Waldorf education.

Art of Teaching Grades 1-4, with 4 workshops, one for each grade level
July 2-7
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Art of Teaching workshops are professional development refreshers for currently practicing, experienced Waldorf teachers.

Art of Teaching Grades 5-8, with 4 workshops, one for each grade level
July 9-14
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Art of Teaching workshops are professional development refreshers for currently practicing, experienced Waldorf teachers.

Exploring the Outdoor Kindergarten and Woodworking with the Young Child
July 28-30
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This workshop will explore the benefits that come from spending time outdoors with children and how everyday activities done inside the classroom can be brought outside. Woodworking develops the will through purposeful, creative work.


Registration is required, as instructed by Registrar

Foundation Studies
July 3-8 (Mon-Sat)

The Foundation courses are a creative gateway into the work of Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophy. This path of discovery, self-transformation and practical activity leads toward professions that renew culture and heal the earth. Studies include anthroposophy, Waldorf education philosophy, personal growth and development through spiritual and philosophical studies, artistic classes such as painting, drawing, music, clay modeling, eurythmy, gardening, speech and handwork, human development, the nature of the human being, evolution of consciousness, and reflective practices.

Teacher Ed for Early Childhood, Grades, High School, and Handwork
July 10-22 (Mon-Sat)

During the two weeks of Teacher Education, students will share morning classes devoted to general principles of Waldorf curriculum and child development and attend afternoon classes focused on areas of specialization: early childhood, elementary grades or high school. Studies include: Waldorf curriculum and instruction in all aspects of the area of specialization and other practical skills such as presentation, lesson planning, storytelling, and working with parents and colleagues.

Remedial Education
July 23-August 2 (Wed-Sat & Mon-Sat)

The three-year, part-time Remedial Educational Support program has been designed to educate Waldorf teachers and related professionals in educational support theory and practice, with Extra Lesson assessments and exercises as the foundational material. This program has been over five days in November and March plus over two weeks in the summer of each year. This session marks the graduation of the current twelfth cycle. Currently there is no new cycle planned.



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