Detroit Waldorf School presents the second in a series of talks inspired by place-based learning:
In Context: Exploring the History of Detroit and Michigan
In honor of the 100th anniversary of international Waldorf Education, the Detroit Waldorf School announces In Context, a series of talks from regional experts that will expand and deepen our knowledge of local Detroit, and Michigan. All events take place at Detroit Waldorf School in historic Indian Village.
This talk is free and open to Detroit Waldorf families and neighbors, including 7th-12th grade students. Pizza dinner and salad will be available to all at 6 p.m. before the talk begins.
Childcare is available for Waldorf-enrolled students for $5.
Join us Tuesday, May 7th
Featuring Matt Siegfried on
Location, Location, Location! The Home of Detroit Waldorf School in the Changing Landscape of our City
About the speaker:
Matt Siegfried is a historian, writer and researcher who has worked extensively with local teachers to create place-based history curriculum. He has researched the land we call Indian Village and brings a fascinating overview of the intersections of many different peoples on this land and area we call home.
This event is supported by the Waldorf Schools Fund Sharing Group.