Professional development for high school educators, faculty chairs, and all those interested in Waldorf high school education.
The practical details of working in a school are myriad. Among them are these: How is admissions handled? Educational support? Duties outside the classroom? What are the intricacies of a daily or weekly schedule, or of a block plan? How many meetings should a school have, with what constituents, and with what agendas? What is a healthy relationship of a high school to the middle school; to the rest of the school? Is a Waldorf high school college preparatory, and what does this mean? How can Waldorf high schools best market themselves, both to their own middle schools and to those coming from elsewhere?
The course will be built on shared experience and documents furnished by participants. How does each of us address these questions, and what can we learn from each other?
Stephen Sagarin is co-founder and faculty chair at the Berkshire Waldorf High School, where he teaches history and art. He is also a core faculty member and co-director of Sunbridge’s Elementary Teacher Education program, where he has been teaching since 2000.
Please note: This course will be taught remotely in real-time.
Information, and to register: Visit this page.