Are You Interested in Becoming a Waldorf Teacher?
At a time when we are increasingly wary about becoming trapped in careers we see as unfulfilling or actively contributing to the worldâ€™s problems, becoming a Waldorf teacher can be a path of liberation, inner development and service to the world. Learn more by taking part in one or all of the evenings below. No need to register, just show up in person or on Zoom. Find the Zoom link on the rscc.ca website. Itâ€™s the same link for all the evenings.ÌýThese evenings will be followed by an Open House on Sunday May 7, 3:00 to 4:30 pm. Note: all times are EST (Toronto time).
Five FREE Thursday Evenings on Waldorf Education
March 30:ÌýEducation for Our Time â€“ The Journey of Waldorf Education â€“ Robert McKay, Âé¶¹Ö±²¥
April 6:ÌýA Deed of Love â€“ Teaching the Early Years â€“ Karen Weyler, Âé¶¹Ö±²¥, Star Seedlings
April 13:ÌýThe Rewards of Being a Waldorf Teacher â€“ Kathryn Humphrey, Toronto Waldorf School
April 20:ÌýWhy is the Sky Blue? â€“ Sciences in Grades School â€“ James Brian, Âé¶¹Ö±²¥
April 27:ÌýThe Waldorf Experience â€“ Colloquium Panel Discussion led by Grant Davis, Âé¶¹Ö±²¥
We removed the Zoom link now that the events are over. See videos below.
Here are the videos from each of the five sessions:
Âé¶¹Ö±²¥ Program Accreditations
Âé¶¹Ö±²¥â€™s full-time grades and early childhood Waldorf teacher education programs are approved vocational programs under the Ontario Private Career Colleges Act 2005.
Foundation Studies in Anthroposophy and the full-time and part-time Waldorf teacher programs for both grades and early childhood are recognized by the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA).
Full-time and part-time early childhood Waldorf teacher programs are recognized by the International Association for Steiner Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE) and by the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America (WECAN).