For those seeking to deepen their understanding of the life of spirit through study, exercises in self-development, and the practice of the arts. Groups meet typically twice a month in clusters around the country and are open to all interested in this work.
The program includes:
- study, including practical exercises
- artistic activities that are transformative in nature
- direct experiences of life in a Waldorf school and other cultural initiatives arising from the work of Rudolf Steiner
For those preparing to educate adolescents in the sciences, the humanities, or a full range of the arts. Designed for those already teaching or working full-time, this part-time program involves three “summer intensives” in Wilton, New Hampshire plus independent studies including mentored research and an internship. Specializations are offered in:
- Biology/Earth Science
- Foreign Languages
- History/Social Studies
- Mathematics/Computer Studies
For those wishing to rejuvenate their Waldorf teaching or to renew their work with anthroposophy. Courses, each running five days, are offered in late June and early July. Themes vary from year to year but always include courses in the arts, the craft of teaching, and the many practical applications of the life and work of Rudolf Steiner.
New, low-residency program designed to support independent and public Waldorf school administrators and pedagogical leaders through professional development and training that builds skills, capacities, and understanding of their vital roles in Waldorf schools. The program will include workshops, guided exercises, case studies, mentoring, and presentations in areas such as group dynamics, role clarity, communication, conflict resolution, navigating change efforts, strategic vs tactical decision making, community development, among other topics brought by our stellar guest presenters.
A program designed to introduce the foundations of Waldorf education found in Anthroposophy through study, group discussion and the practice of the arts. The content of these courses will supplement foundational course work in preparation for formal Waldorf teacher training at Antioch, as well as content that may lead to advance standing in the Antioch teacher education program, thus possibly reducing the number of summer semesters required in residency in New Hampshire (from three to two summers).