July 9th - July 27th, 2018
Join us on a journey of exploration! Great Lakes Waldorf Institute’s 2018 summer courses and weekend workshops are designed to inspire, renew and challenge you. Courses may be audited for professional development and continuing education opportunities or taken to earn a Waldorf Teaching Certificate or a Master’s of Arts degree in Education from Mount Mary University with a Waldorf Teaching Certificate. Great Lakes Waldorf Institute has the experience and expertise to meet your educational goals.
Crafted for healthy breathing, each course (3 weeks) or workshop (1-2 days) includes a mix of content-based/pedagogical work, inner- and human development, movement, artistic experiences and discussions. Come prepared for full days of learning!
All courses can be audited at a reduced rate for professional development or continuing education. For further information, please contact Sandra at 414.299.3820 or email@example.com.
The Inner Life of the Teacher and Biography with Linda Bergh
GRADES: Teaching Math in the Waldorf School with Claudia Browne
Opening New Territory with Hand and Heart: A biography and social art experience – A weekend workshop with Linda Bergh
Are you ready to gain new insights into your personal life journey? A different approach to Life-Charting and the 21-Year Phases through clay modeling, self-reflection, creative writing and sharing.
Note from Linda – I am delighted to share a Biography Exercise I participated in during the International Biography Conference in Dresden, Germany in 2015.
Friday, July 13th, 2018 – 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Saturday, July 14th, 2018 – 9:30 am – 4:00 pm
- $95 for the weekend if registered by June 5th, includes light snacks and beverages
- $110 for weekend after June 5th, includes light snacks and beverages
- $25 for Great Lake Waldorf Institute students, includes light snacks and beverages
Anthroposophy, the Gospels, and the Future of Humanity – A morning workshop with Claudia Browne
Great Lakes Waldorf Institute is delighted to offer a mid-summer morning dedicated to exploring Rudolf Steiner’s path to spiritual understanding.
In this morning class we will study this wonderfully translated and abridged lecture, which is an elegant summary of at least six complicated anthroposophical themes: the relationship of anthroposophy to religion, the evolution of consciousness, mythology, biological evolution, the path of initiation, and, above all, the meaning of the Incarnation. Accompanying our study will be some artistic exercises in geometric drawing.
Saturday, July 21st, 2018 – 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
- $35 for the weekend if registered by June 5th
- $45 after June 5th
- $25 for Great Lake Waldorf Institute students (Students please use DONATE tab)
Where to Stay
Planning to join us for our Summer Intensive and/or weekend workshop from a distance? Students and guests stay in a variety of places including airbnb rentals (a favorite choice) or through the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Guest Housing and Marquette University Guest Housing. For more information about university guest housing, please contact Sandra at 414.299.3820 or firstname.lastname@example.org.