Fall Course 2023
Diversity Among Learners
Grades Focus - Multicultural Education and Teaching History in a Waldorf School
Early Childhood Focus - Learning in Early Childhood and How We Shape Children and their Futures
Mondays 6:00 - 8:00 CST on ZOOM
September 11 - December 4, 2022
Weekend Retreat - IN PERSON
Thursday, Nov 2, 6:00 PM - Sunday, Nov 5, 12:00 PM
In person in Milwaukee, WI
Registration Deadline: August 28, 2023
Applicant must be accepted into the program prior to registering for the Fall course.
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
This course will delve into the many different ways learners can look in a classroom including temperaments and constitutional types as well as cultural, ethnic, economic, religious and gender diversity. Participants will study multicultural education and become familiar with the essentials of Steiner’s educational philosophy and how it meets children at different stages of development.
The grades curriculum will include an overview of the Waldorf history curriculum and pedagogy appropriate to the developmental age of children from grades 4-8.
The early childhood curriculum will include conversations on: play in its diversity, transition tools, educating the will, brain development, and how we facilitate healthy development and working with assistants.
*Cost of courses excludes administrative fees and supplies. Listed costs refer to Certificate Program only; there are added costs for Master's Degree students. We recognize that education can be expensive, and want to do everything we can to support our students. Financial aid and scholarships are available. Updated program tuition charts can be found here.
In order to register, you must already have applied and been accepted into the GLWI program. If you have not already done so, please go to our admissions page to learn how to apply. If you wish to take a course from our program a la carte, see here. Further questions regarding admission and registration can be sent to our Admissions Coordinator, Kira Chard, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to learn more about Waldorf teaching, teacher education at Great Lakes Waldorf Institute, or our application process, we invite you to fill out our Inquiry Form; sign up for a meeting with our Director of Teacher Education, Monika Sutherland; or email or call Kira Chard, our admissions coordinator, at email@example.com or
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