Waldorf Communities Respond to COVID 19

In a letter to community written by David Barham, Faculty Chair at the Maine Coast Waldorf School, he states, “Certainly none of us would choose digitized instruction over the beauty of face to face interaction in the lovely Waldorf classrooms we are so lucky to have. However, it is those very potent human relationships, cultivated over time between young human beings and committed teachers, that give shape and meaning to our version of distance learning.”
 
With David’s words in mind, AWSNA shares a glimpse into Waldorf Distance Learning and Community Life during COVID-19.
 

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Waldorf Community Strong

Discount for EduCareDo Foundation Course

EduCareDo, a volunteer-run organization, which offers self-directed, distance-learning courses based on the principal ideas of Rudolf Steiner, is offering discounts for parents and teachers for The Foundation Course. 

“What To The Slave Is Fourth of July?”

Frederick Douglass on July 5th, 1852, in a speech to the Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society gave his now-famous speech, “What To The Slave Is Fourth of July?”  Listen to a reenactment of his full speech on YouTube compliments of Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.

Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary - Waldorf Webinars

Spikenard Honeybee Sanctuary is offering the Bees & Flowers in Schools Webinar Series in June and July 2020 for Waldorf educators. This workshop series is inclusive for anyone interested in Waldorf education and bringing bees, pollinator gardens, and accompanying curriculum to their school. 

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