What does it take to become a Waldorf teacher?
Rudolf Steiner gave four answers to this question as he prepared the original circle of 12 teachers – six women and six men – to inaugurate the first Waldorf school in Stuttgart following the end of World War I.
"A Waldorf teacher is a person of initiative
A Waldorf teacher needs to be interested in every facet of life
A Waldorf teacher can make no compromise with untruth
A Waldorf teacher must be fresh, never sour."
Are you interested in becoming a Waldorf teacher?
AWSNA-member teacher-training institutes offer full-time and part-time programs. Most programs lead to a Certificate in Waldorf Education while others offer the option of earning a Master’s degree (M.S. Ed.).
- Waldorf Education