Visiting Days – Online, January 24 (6:30-8:30pm) & In-person, January 27 (10am-1pm) – Interested in learning more about becoming a Waldorf teacher? Join the BACWTT faculty for an introduction to our Teacher Training and Foundation Studies Programs. This is a free, in-person event but registration is required. Click this link to learn more and to register.
“Reimagining the Future of Waldorf Education”, A Diversity Training Course – Introduction to the program, January 31, 2024 (6-7:30pm) – Encounter an Indigenous wisdom that can support Waldorf education in its search for a new, life-centered future. Discover the breadth of change needed to truly move into a more inclusive non-Western viewpoint and deepen your understanding of the depth of harm perpetuated by colonialism. After ten years of collaboration and exchange with BACWTT, Roman Vizcarra is prepared to offer a deeper training for Waldorf teachers, to guide them into Andean culture and to show how ancient wisdom can guide us into better ways of teaching and working. Click this link to learn more and to register.
“The Role of Waldorf Education in Navigating the 21st Century”, the Northern CA Waldorf Teachers Conference – February 21-23, 2024 (2/21 & 2/22, 9am-3pm | 2/23, 9am-1:45pm) – with keynote speaker Ben Klocek. How do we find a contemporary and healthy relationship to being the “doorkeepers” of technology’s effects on children? We need to be both better informed and more proactive in rediscovering appropriate new thresholds that are true to the underlying intentions of Waldorf education and also true to the realities of our time.
Waldorf graduate and teacher Ben Klocek will lead us in re-finding our feet, walking our talk, and sharing an inspiring vision for a healthy relationship to technology as we navigate these developments of our time. Click this link to learn more and to register.