With the launch of a new school year, the Center for Anthroposophy begins a year-long self-study in preparation for the renewal of its membership in the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA). In this context, we have an opportunity to pose some of the basic questions concerning the preparation of teachers for the classroom. What works best? What needs to change?
This program provides the prerequisite background for those planning to enter a Waldorf teacher education program and also opportunity for anyone else interested in
Next session: Sunday, July 2 – Saturday, July 29 2017 On the beautiful campus of the High Mowing School in Wilton in southern
Renewal 2016 Dates: Week I: Sunday, June 26th to Friday, July 1st Week II: Sunday, July 3rd to Friday,
The Center for Anthroposophy, in conjunction with the Antioch University New England Waldorf Teacher Education Program, is proud to announce a new...Read more
Destiny moments—are they real? Can we recognize them, prepare for them, and respond to them? Do we experience these moments
For enrolled Antioch University Waldorf Teacher Training students only! HOUSING THE FIRST YEAR ENTERING STUDENTS are eligible for placement in...Read more