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May 5 – Abraham Entin Performs his play: Who Do We Owe?

San Francisco Waldorf High School
470 West Portal
San Francisco, CA 94127

3:00 – 5:00 pm Please allow extra time for parking. Due to construction, there is no longer a parking lot available. Street parking only.

For more information about Abraham visit www.steinerbooks.org where his memoir, Living on the Fringe, is now available.

Addressing Adolescent Anxiety

AnthroSonoma Integrative and Anthroposophic Medicine and ThreeFold Counseling presents:
Parenting Skills Workshop to Address Stress and Anxiety in Teens.

Join us in conversation to talk about overcoming parenting difficulties by gaining understanding about developmental needs and by learning creative parenting skills that can help make your family life more simple.

Assist your teen to:
*navigate the waters of peer pressure
*cope with stress through grounding and healthy relationships
*strengthen in relation to drug and alcohol pressures

Facilitators:
Tonya Stoddard, LCSW – Anthroposophically Informed Counseling
Kate Hammond – Early Childhood and Adult Educator
Daciana Iancu, MD – Integrative and Anthroposophic Medicine

Location: 632 Petaluma Ave, Sebastopol
Price: $20-$30 Sliding scale
Space is limited, please RSVP by registering online at www.AnthroSonoma.com under Workshops, calling 707-295-3755 or emailing [email protected]

Kaspar Hauser-Protector of Human Spirituality in the Face of Evil

The Santa Cruz & Monterey Bay Anthroposophical Society will sponsor a two-day presentation by KASPAR HAUSER WEST II on the mystery of the being Kaspar Hauser. Both Eckart Böhmer and Richard Steel will give a series of lectures. There will also be a dramatic reading, stories, poems and singing. March 29-31 at the Paloma Hall, 4096 Fairway Drive, Soquel, CA. For more information, visit: https://www.anthroposophysantacruz.com/kaspar-hauser-west-ii/

A Collaborative Workshop for Waldorf High School Teachers, February 17 – 19

Getting Out of Their Way:
Fostering Creativity, Imagination and Initiative in Today’s Waldorf High School Students

What does it mean to an adolescent to be creative? How can we, as teachers, make the space and mood to foster creativity? If given the chance, will our students take the initiative to let their imaginations roam and bring to life ideas never before thought?

Joan Caldarera and Jon McAlice will lead morning sessions exploring aspects of inner development, individuality and presence in adolescents. Afternoons will be focused on practices for increasing self-directed activity in the various disciplines.

It is possible that now we are called to challenge the students, provide the materials they need—and then to get out of their way as they discover the world for themselves. What would it look like in our classrooms if we were advisors, not evaluators; if our students acted as peer reviewers and “graded” each other? If failure were seen as just another possibility on the way to understanding? If teachers and students actively engaged the unknown—together?

February 17-19, 2019

Sunday-Tuesday, 9am-4pm

Summerfield Waldorf School

Cost: $150 includes snack and lunch

Registration: www.findingcontext.org

For information contact Beth: [email protected]

A collaborative workshop for Waldorf teachers sponsored by:

San Francisco Waldorf School

Waldorf School of the Peninsula

Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm

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