Join Great Oak School for a series of lectures on Waldorf Education.
We are honored to present 3 upcoming Waldorf Workshops to be taught by Kathryn King at Great Oak School. This is a fundraiser for our school. The fee is $20 per person or $30 per couple. Please share the information with anyone who might be interested in learning more about Waldorf education as Kathryn is a highly experienced Waldorf educator. We would like to invite our
whole community to share in the wonders of Waldorf. Please RSVP to email@example.com
October 28th – 7:00-8:30 p.m.
THE DEVELOPING HUMAN BEING AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF A WALDORF EDUCATOR
A. Born out of cosmic substance into Earthly clay, what happened?
B. Life as a journey from pre-birth to after-death, so what?
C. Going global, what next?
November 4th – 9:30-11:00 a.m.
SPEAKING ABOUT WALDORF
A. Why are Waldorf graduates so articulate?
B. How can we as parents become more articulate when speaking about Waldorf
C. What can we do about the rapidly declining trends in language skills due
to media, internet, and texting?
November 18th – 9:30am -11 am
THE MORAL FIBER THAT RUNS THROUGH WALDORF EDUCATION
A. Where do morals originate?
B. Will our children grow up to become moral human beings?
C. Can we live in harmony with our differences?
D. Waldorf Education as antidote
Kathryn King’s Waldorf biography is impressive. Here is a brief outline of
Waldorf Teacher Training and BA degree from Mercy College of Detroit
Eurythmy Training – London School of Eurythmy, master classes at Spring
Valley, NY and Paris (Chatou), France
Eurythmy Teacher at Austin Waldorf School
Eurythmy block teacher at various Waldorf schools in US and Canada
President of Eurythmy Association of North America
Development Coordinator at Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork, CO
Assistant to Development Director at Rudolf Steiner College, CA
Weekend teacher in Foundation Studies at RSC
Administrator at Woodland Star Charter School in Sonoma, CA
Administrator at Marin Waldorf School, San Rafael, CA
Administrator at Westside Waldorf School, Santa MOnica, CA
Lecturer and workshop leader for adult education in Waldorf curriculum,
child development, anthroposophy, painting and eurythmy