Dates: Keynote July 9; Workshops July 10 – 22
Presented by: Sheryl Adler, Dawn Coe, Keith Gelber, Helene Brodsky-Blake, and other faculty to be announced
Registration: Sunday, July 9, 4:30p-5:30p
Schedule: Keynote Sunday, July 9, 7p-8:30p; Classes Monday, July 10-Saturday, July 22, 8a-5:45p, with some evening classes, details to be announced
Meals: Week 1: 6 lunches $ 88.50 and 5 dinners $ 73.75; Week 2: 6 lunches $ 88.50. Meals must be pre-ordered from the café or they will not be available.
Contact: Courses are open to auditors but currently not open for new enrollment. For information on future enrollment opportunities, contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org with your email address and we will add you to our list for updates.
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Keynote July 9 with Edmund Knighton: Embryology, Neurology, and Mindfulness – an Exploration of Child Development
Early Childhood: Alice Stamm, Annie Bosque, Becky Page, Betty Staley, Hellene Brodsky-Blake, Sarah Dunbar, Stephanie Skinner
Grades: Alice Stamm, Betty Staley, Dawn Coe, Keith Gelber, Sheryl Adler
High School: Alice Stamm, Betty Staley, Keith Gelber
Early Childhood: Eurythmy shoes
Grades: Eurythmy shoes, recorder, block and stick crayons, and colored pencils
High School: Eurythmy shoes
Waldorf Teacher Education Program for Early Childhood, Grades, and High School:
Summer Session for Currently Enrolled Students
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.
Teacher Education Commencement – Saturday, July 22
For more information, contact (916) 963-4000 or email@example.com