Lectures, Retreats and Classes that Inspire!

Whether you are looking to deepen your understanding of the developing human being, reinvigorate your transformative journey through life, strengthen your pedagogical work in the classroom or expand your musical, movement and artistic skills, look no further! GLWI/MMU classes maybe taken for personal development at a reduced rate.

For more information, please contact Sandra Martin, GLWI Administrator.

Phone: (414) 299-3820                                                                         Email: admin@greatlakeswaldorf.org

 

Anthroposophical Studies

Every year, GLWI offers one course that is considered an Anthroposophical Foundations course. There are three such courses that cycle around beginning each February:

  • Contemplative Practice: Beginning a Path of Transformation
  • Transformational Thinking: A New Look at “Looking”
  • Social Artistry: Building the Vessel of Relationship

Each of these courses begins with a Friday-Sunday retreat the first weekend in February and continues with an online course including 10 weeks of reading, journal writing, artistic activities and posting online.

These courses are required for the Grades and Early Childhood Teaching Certificates of Completion, but are also open as continuing education opportunities for teachers looking to deepen their work.

Teachers are welcome to register through our website and choose whether to participate in the retreat only or for the full course at a reduced price.

Link to Upcoming Course

Artistic, Pedagogical, Social, Human/Child and Self-Development

3-WEEK SUMMER INTENSIVE

Our summer programming is designed to surprise, delight and challenge as you build lasting relationships and develop new capacities.  3 individual courses (artistic work, human/self development and pedagogy) fill each day.

These courses are required for the Grades and Early Childhood Teaching Certificates of Completion, but are also open as continuing education opportunities for teachers looking to deepen their work.

As these courses are offered through Mount Mary University with GLWI instructors, teachers are welcome to register through Mount Mary University as a Special Student, auditing any or all of the courses at a reduced price. Contact Deb Dosemagen, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department Chair and Graduate Program Director for more information.

Phone: (414) 930-3160                                                                              Email: dosemagd@mtmary.edu

Link to 2019 GLWI Summer Intensive Courses: greatlakeswaldorf.org/courses/