Registration is re-opened! Due to popular demand, we have expanded capacity and made room for additional registrants for this previously “sold out” June 19th event. The registration link for new registrants is below.
NOTE: If you had previously placed your name on the waitlist for a future webinar date, you are now automatically registered for this one (June 19th), so PLEASE DO NOT re-register. If you fall into this category, an email has been sent to you confirming your new registration status.
As a small offering to our community and a way to serve those looking for a brief introduction to Waldorf Education this summer, Sunbridge Director of Education Linda Ogden-Wolgemuth will be presenting Foundations of Waldorf Education, a free, interactive webinar on Friday evening, June 19, from 7-9pm. Discussing the background and highlights of Waldorf Education and especially helpful for new Waldorf teachers, staffers, and parents, Foundations of Waldorf Education will be open to anyone, whether as an add-on to your Summer Series 2020: Live From Home course or as a stand-alone experience.
Linda Ogden-Wolgemuth, PhD, joined the Sunbridge administration in 2018, after previously serving as a trustee on the Sunbridge Board. From 2006-2018 Linda was a class teacher at Manhattan’s Rudolf Steiner School, where she also sat on the Board of Trustees and College of Teachers and chaired the Community Education Committee; her background in education also includes teaching at the university level. A longtime student of anthroposophy, Linda earned her bachelor’s degree with honors in the field of German area studies from The Johns Hopkins University, her master’s and doctoral degrees in German languages and literatures from the University of Pennsylvania, and her certificate in elementary education from Sunbridge College.
Friday, June 19, 7-9pm.
This webinar is free, but advance registration is required. Space is limited.
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.