Join the Association of Waldorf Schools of North American, the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America and the Alliance for Public Waldorf Education as we realize our potential for the next 100 years, meeting the challenges of our times by continuing to grow and evolve from the seeds planted by Rudolf Steiner.
Why do Waldorf schools have students, at each grade level, perform a class play? Class plays, often performed in springtime, deepen student’s curriculum, social emotional and collaborative learning.
A study from the University of South Australia, published in the journal PLOS One, has found that unstructured play outdoors helps children develop complex thinking abilities, social skills, and creativity.
It is with much joy and excitement that AWSNA announces that Rebecca Moskowitz will join our Executive Team as Executive Director, Advancement beginning July 1, 2021.
At Great Lakes Waldorf Institute, you can prepare to become a Waldorf class teacher for grades 1-8 through our Grade 1-8 Waldorf Certificate Program, a Waldorf educator for ages birth-seven through our Early Childhood Waldorf Certificate Program, and earn a master's degree and Waldorf Certificate from our affiliate school Mount Mary University.