The pressure and demands of the 21st century threaten to deaden our senses and overwhelm our capacities for meeting our children and each other. Through correlation to contemporary biographies and autobiographies Joan will demonstrate how these virtues, first presented by Rudolf Steiner in 1924 continue to guide us in awakening to our true selves as we strive to become more fully human, perceiving more fully the children in our care.
Joan Treadaway has been a Waldorf and public school teacher, was a founding member of three Waldorf schools, and is a national consultant and lecturer on the needs of children today. She is a trained Waldorf Remedial Therapist in Prescott, Arizona, where she works privately with children, consults with schools and has taught in the Masters program of Waldorf Remedial Therapy at Sunbridge College in New York. She has presented at conferences with new research on autism and Waldorf teacher training programs.
Location: High School Great Room