2018 AWSNA Summer Conference to be held at the Washington Waldorf School in Bethesda, MD. This year’s theme: Social Justice: Exploring Place, Race, Class and Gender in Waldorf Education is related to our AWSNA Shared Principle #2: Waldorf schools foster social renewal by cultivating human capacities in service to the individual and society. Waldorf schools foster development so that, throughout life, individuals are motivated to serve humanity with strength of will, depth of feeling, clarity of thought, and the ability to work with others. The educational program is designed to strengthen these fundamental human capacities in our students.
Linda Williams is a class teacher at Detroit Waldorf School where she also currently serves as co-chair of the College of Teachers. Please see more biographical detail on our speakers in the registration information.
Titles for the four key-note lectures are:
2. Looking at Ourselves: Social Justice & Self Development
3. The Importance of Place in Education
4. Looking Under the Hood: The Hidden Curriculum