Events at WECAN Member Schools and Institutes

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  • Personal and Professional Development 

    October 21,2020, Sunbridge Institute, Chestnut Ridge, NY
    Virtual Open Day. For those interested in learning more about Waldorf teaching and teacher education. 
    For information, visit www.sunbridge.edu or contact Barbara Vitale at info@sunbridge.edu or 845-425-0055 x20.
  • Calling It Like It Is: Uncovering and Dismantling Racism in the Waldorf Movement

    November 13-14, 2020 - Sunbridge Institute, Chestnut Ridge, NY
    2020 Teachers Conference for Waldorf educators and administrators. With facilitators Keelah Helwig of The Waldorf School of Garden CIty and Vicki Larson of Green Meadow Waldorf School, presented virtually over Zoom
    For information, visit www.sunbridge.edu or contact Barbara Vitale at info@sunbridge.edu or 845-425-0055 x20.  
  • 2020 WALDORF 100 CONFERENCE

    Postponed to June 2021 - Chicago Waldorf School, Chicago, IL
    Learn to Change the World - The conference is the culmination of the year-long festivities celebrating 100 years of Waldorf education worldwide.
    Keynote speakers Orland Bishop, Monique Marshall, Florian Osswald
    AWSNA, WECAN and APWE invite you and your colleagues to join us in celebrating our past and planning for the future.
    For more information, contact Connie Stokes cstokes@awsna.org

Other Events of Interest

  • How are you...Really?

    Wednesday September 30, (7:00-9:00pm ET) 
    & Thursday October 1, (7:00-9:00pm PT)

    The Center for Biography and Social Art is now offering small group conversations on Zoom, facilitated by biography workers. You will be guided through simple biography exercises for personal reflection. As we speak out of our own experiences and listen carefully to others, we can practice building strength and support in these challenging times. 
    Biography and Social Art sessions increase empathy and appreciation for difference - creating the foundation from which to work toward diversity, equity and inclusion as we build a truly healthy social future..
    For more information click here.
  • Working Constitutionally with Children

    September 2019 - Spring 2021 
    PAAM is offering a two-year series of live video webinars. Participation in year one is required in order to participate in year two. The course will be taught by PAAM Education Director Adam Blanning, MD. This webinar course will work through foundational anthroposophic insights into child growth and development through the lens of the constitutional polarities, as presented by Rudolf Steiner. 
    Pre-requisite training is required.
    For more information click here.

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