Part 1 of a two-part Sunbridge Institute workshop for early childhood educators, with Motria Shuhan.
Join us at Green Meadow Waldorf School for an in-person admissions event, where you can visit our preschool through 12th grade classrooms, speak with teachers, and participate in fun artistic activities.
With Keelah Helwig & Vicki Larson This workshop will define the ways many Waldorf school curricula center whiteness, use the frameworks of racial identity formation and biography work to better understand how we become who we are in a racialized society, and share practical tools, resources, and success stories with the goal of dismantling racism in Waldorf schools and communities.
Part 2 of a two-part Sunbridge Institute workshop for early childhood educators, with Motria Shuhan.
This course will be taught remotely in real time. Open to current and prospective early childhood educators, parents, grandparents, and caregivers, you’ll explore the essential elements of Waldorf early childhood education.
Waldorf teachers and leaders from across North America and beyond have chosen Sunbridge Institute's summer professional development courses to help them prepare for the coming year. Our week-long introductory courses are a trusted resource to delve into and learn more about Waldorf education.
In this comprehensive course, open to current and prospective early childhood educators, parents, grandparents, and caregivers, you’ll explore the essential elements of Waldorf early childhood education.
In this course, we will re-examine and recommit to the essential role of play in early childhood education, helping to inspire you to create therapeutic environments that foster healthy play.
This highly useful course is focused on the practical work of being a leader and decision-maker. Through a process imbued with the anthroposophical understanding of the human being, Collaborative Leadership will help you learn how to improve your effectiveness as a member of your leadership team.
This anthroposophically based, hands-on course with longtime science teacher Gary Banks explores the phenomena-based approach to teaching science used in Waldorf schools.
This new series of workshops, presented virtually in six two-hour Saturday morning workshops, creates opportunities for Waldorf early childhood teachers of all experience levels to gain new insights in a supportive circle of early childhood colleagues.
This online Info Session is an opportunity for interested adults to delve into Sunbridge’s Early Childhood and Elementary Teacher Education offerings and experience.
Have you ever dreamed of taking a deep dive into eurythmy while honoring your existing obligations? This part-time training is designed for people who are able to attend seven weeks of course work, structured into four study blocks during the school year, in autumn, winter, and spring.