Join us for a virtual Open Day! Anyone interested in learning more about Waldorf teaching and teacher education is invited to attend and ask questions. On tap is a panel discussion with representatives from our teacher education programs, plus presentations on Sunbridge’s offerings, admissions, and financial aid.
Facilitators: Meggan Gill and Others. This workshop explores how decisions are made and who makes them, while also examining emergent strategies, power structures, and cultural assumptions.
Join Sunbridge Institute faculty for an hour over Zoom and learn all about our new diploma program for Waldorf high school educators, now accepting applications for July 2022 enrollment.
This year’s summer line-up of professional development and introductory opportunities consists of ten courses — Approaching Grades 1-8, Introduction to Waldorf Early Childhood Education, and Collaborative Leadership — each delivered in real-time, virtual classrooms. All our courses include copious resource materials and provide ample opportunities for community-building with fellow course participants to assist you in your coming school year.
Professional development for decision-makers—including administrators, directors, board and committee members, and faculty chairs—working in Waldorf schools or other workplace settings. This course will be taught remotely in real-time.
This virtual Collaborative Leadership workshop is designed to help you develop personal and organizational resiliency through small and large group presentation, sharing, digestion, reflection, and discussion of next steps.
A Sunbridge Institute workshop for administrators, Board members, and committee chairs, with Denese Giordano.
Join us for a virtual Open Day. Anyone interested in learning more about Waldorf teaching and teacher education is invited to attend and ask questions.
A Sunbridge Institute workshop for Waldorf early childhood educators, with a special focus on birth-three, with Anjum Mir.
Sunbridge Institute's 2022-23 teachers conference, with Siân Owen-Cruise and Calisa Tucker.
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. This workshop was rescheduled from September 23-24, 2022.