An online workshop for grades one-eight teachers
Join us for this informative event! This workshop explores techniques for building healthy rhythms that support the teacher’s classroom management and meet each child’s physical, emotional, and academic growth. We will work with developmental and foundational movement patterns to address student behaviors; extra lesson activities to support classroom learning; and rhythm and breathing activities to harmonize the group. Also included will be looking at student experience–including self-regulation, impulse control, restlessness, distractibility, etc.–and how movement activities can bring balance and wellness to the classroom.
Suchi Swift is an Approaching the Grades instructor for Sunbridge’s Summer Series courses and was a class teacher for many years at Green Meadow Waldorf School, where she sat on the collegium and served as lower school chair. Suchi began her teaching career in the New York City public school system in 2002, and after eight years working across a variety of grades decided to pursue Waldorf education professionally. Prior to joining Green Meadow, she taught at New Amsterdam School and The Brooklyn Waldorf School. Suchi earned her BA from Sarah Lawrence College, her MS in education from Hunter College, and her elementary teaching certificate from Sunbridge.
This workshop will be presented over Zoom and will not be recorded.
Friday, December 2: 7:30pm-9pm Eastern time
Saturday, December 3: 10am-11:30am ET and 12:30pm-2 pm Eastern Time
$165 includes non-refundable $25 registration fee
- 15% off for schools sending two or more registrants
- 15% off for Sunbridge program graduates
- Free to current Sunbridge program students in good standing
- 25% off for payment made in Canadian dollars
Discount codes will appear on your registration form. Other than CAD, discounts may not be combined.
Registration opens Tuesday, September 20.
Please contact Barbara Vitale, admissions and summer coordinator, at [email protected] or 845-425-0055 x20
Sunbridge reserves the right to make faculty substitutions when necessary.