Would you like to take a deep dive into Waldorf education or learn more about our teaching methods and underlying philosophies? Are you interested in the future of Waldorf education?
Our approach is to put Anthroposophy and Waldorf education in open dialogue with the best thinking of our wider culture, whether Queer Theory and Feminism or postmodern spirituality and Ableism. In our experience, such a dialogical approach is essential in developing, in ourselves and our students, more nuanced and sensitive spiritual capacities, ones that are necessary to participate creatively in the world today. We help teachers better meet the young people they teach, the colleagues they work with, the communities they serve, and the times they live in. The program is developed by Sacramento Waldorf School faculty members Isabelle Tabacot and Andrew Sullivan.
May 21 & 22, 2021
Friday, May 21
4:00 – 6:00 p.m. Foundations of Human Experience with Andrew Sullivan
Saturday, May 22
8:30 – 9:45 a.m. Practical Advice for Teachers with Isabelle Tabacot
chapters 13 & 14
9:45 – 10:45 a.m. Movement with Amy Alessandri
11:00a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Practical Advice for Teachers, continued
12:15 – 1:30 p.m. Break for lunch
1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Art
Our May session will meet in-person (distanced and masked)
but zoom will still be available!
Course fees are $40 for Friday or $120 for Saturday or $150 for both days.
Registration fees can be paid by check or below.
Our program was developed by experienced faculty Andrew Sullivan, Isabelle Tabacot, Megan Sullivan, and Andrew May with contributions from Betty Staley and Liz Beaven.
Philosophy of Freedom; Rudolf Steiner
Knowledge of Higher Worlds; Rudolf Steiner
Discussions with Teachers; Rudolf Steiner
Tapestries; Betty Staley
Soul Weaving; Betty Staley
Kicking Away the Ladder: The Philosophical Roots of Waldorf Education; Frederick Amrine
Schedule and Fees
Class dates for August are TBD.
Further information regarding these classes will be added here as soon as they become available.