Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from an expert in the art of Waldorf education. NOTE: Last day to register for lunch is Tuesday October 31st.
Christof’s presentation at last year’s Waldorf Development Conference was so well received that we invited him back again this year. Christof Wiechert worked for thirty years as a Waldorf teacher in The Hague. He co-founded the Waldorf teacher seminar in the Netherlands. From 1999 to 2010, he was head of the Pedagogical Section at the Goetheanum, and remains active in the Free University at the Goetheanum.
Photos below are from last year’s Waldorf Development Conference:
Here’s the poster for this year’s conference:
We have a hundred years of Waldorf Education behind us. I think that was quite successful – the Waldorf idea is now established in 56 countries all over the world. Nevertheless we have to face the question of what the future of Waldorf Education will look like. What kind of changes do we observe in new generations? Do we meet these changes still with our curriculum? What has changed in the social context in which we are? What are the demands for new generations of teachers? And most of all, how will we meet the changing atmosphere in many families around the world? All that comes together in the question of what today is good teaching, what today is a successful Waldorf teacher? /waldorf-development-conference/