RENEWAL COURSES FACULTY
having taught wood, stone, metal, and glasswork for ten years, recently completed her eight year journey with her class at the Pine Hill Waldorf School, where she also taught Extra Lesson classes. She is the author of Creative Pathways, containing most of the projects she created with her class over the eight years, that will be published by AWSNA this year. A graduate of both the Remedial Resource and Waldorf teacher education programs as well as holding a diploma in Art and Design, Elizabeth currently runs an after school arts program and works freelance, mentoring teachers, holding workshops in a variety of arts, as well as teaching drawing and handwork classes at Antioch New England University. She specializes in both watercolor painting for young children and scratchboard art.
a popular lecturer and seminar leader the world over, spent 30 years teaching at the Waldorf School in The Hague, where he was himself a pupil. During this time he was the co-founder of the Dutch Waldorf Teacher Training Seminar. For many years, Christof was a council member in the Anthroposophical Society in the Netherlands. Together with Ate Koopmans, he developed the “Art of Child Study” course. In 1999 he began to work for the Pedagogical Section of the Society and from 2001 until last year served as Leader of the Pedagogical Section of the School for Spiritual Science in the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland. He is married with five children.
was a class teacher at Green Meadow Waldorf School for over two decades. He has taught the upper elementary school grades four times and also taught Parsifal, Faust, History through Art and Architecture, Ancient History, and English at Green Meadow and Shining Mountain Waldorf High Schools. Articles, podcasts, and other free resources may be found at www.millennialchild.com.
has studied French at Middlebury College and in Strasbourg, France. A French teacher in grades 1 through 8 at Pine Hill Waldorf School for 23 years, Lorey regularly offers workshops in teaching foreign languages. Lorey lived in France for two years and still returns there regularly to travel and to eat crème brulee.
a German and Spanish teacher in both public and private schools, has taught at the Cape Ann Waldorf School since 1987. For the last 15 years, she has been active in teacher training and consulting at many Waldorf schools across the country. Kati, whose family worked in the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, has also written a series of widely used German texts.
a longstanding K-12 Waldorf music teacher, is a graduate of the Waldorf School of Garden City and Oberlin Conservatory, where she studied violin, voice, conducting, and music pedagogy. Eleanor was trained in Werbeck singing by Jurgen Schriefer, a student of Valborg Werbeck Sverdstrom, and has studied anthroposophical singing therapy with Thomas Adam. She has given numerous music workshops and courses at anthroposophical and Waldorf colleges, training centers, and conferences across several continents.
has served in pioneer and leadership positions at both the Monadnock Waldorf School and the Center for Anthroposophy, where she currently serves as President of its Pedagogical Advisory Council and Board of Trustees. An adjunct faculty member at Antioch University New England, she has taught in Waldorf schools for over thirty years. Signe is graduating an eighth grade at the Waldorf School of Princeton, New Jersey, in the summer of 2012.
B.A., Hons., University of Sussex; Ph.D., University of Dallas
Director of the Center for Anthroposophy (CfA) and Chair of its Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program (WHiSTEP); Co-Director of the Research Institute for Waldorf Education (RIWE). Visiting high school teacher in life science, history, literature, and music; lecturer and mentor to Waldorf high schools across North America.Adjunct faculty at Antioch University New England.
WHiSTEP Courses: Human Development; Waldorf Curriculum; Professional Seminar Level III; Subject Seminars.
Renewal Courses: Self-Education Through Intuitive Thinking and Artistic Perception; Faust.
Foundation Studies: Practical Training in Thinking; Twelve Senses; Threefold Social Organism; Life Science and Technology.
Antioch Courses: The Adolescent
M.S., Computer Science, University of Denver; Certificate in Waldorf High School Teacher Education from the Center for Anthroposophy
Teaches high school mathematics at Shining Mountain Waldorf School in Boulder, Colorado as well as at a Waldorf school in Holland and in math workshops for teachers across North America. Author of a series of books entitled Making Math Meaningful, which includes a math curriculum guide and math workbooks for each of the upper elementary and high school grades.
WHiSTEP Courses: High school math subject seminars.
Renewal Courses: Projective geometry and math for upper elementary grades.
M.A., Adelphi University
Adjunct faculty at Antioch University New England and Adelphi University; Director of the Franz E. Winkler Center for Adult Learning. Practicing eurythmist and pedagogical mentor of eurythmists; formerly high school humanities teacher and administrator at the Waldorf School of Garden City. Author of Kinesthetic Learning for Adolescents.
WHiSTEP Courses: Eurythmy, professional seminars
Renewal Courses: Eurythmy, Organizational Development