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Waldorf 101

  • Detroit Waldorf School 2555 Burns Ave. Detroit, MI 48214 (map)

A lecture offering parents a chance to deepen their understanding of Waldorf Education

 “Waldorf 101” is an informative lecture designed to introduce Metro Detroit parents to Waldorf education, one of the world’s fastest-growing educational models. Conducted by Carol Triggiano of the Chicago Waldorf School, “Waldorf 101” is a free seminar on the Waldorf approach to child development and education, an innovative methodology that integrates comprehensive, age-appropriate academics with rich artistic experiences and practical work. Ms. Triggiano will provide an overview of the Waldorf curriculum from pre-kindergarten through eighth grade, demonstrating how Waldorf’s developmental approach prepares a child to meet the future with confidence, self-direction and purpose, and awakens in students a lifelong love of learning. 

 RSVP at 313-822-0300 or sign up in the office.

 All families are invited for refreshments at 6:30pm


Earlier Event: February 20
No School: Teachers Attend AWSNA Conference
Later Event: February 24
Mid-Winter Break : No School