Lesson preparation for Waldorf teachers / July 15-20 in Harlemville, New York and July 28-Aug. 2 in Santa Monica, California. In the annual intensive Painting Course taught by Gail McManus, participants experience a unique approach to painting with children of Grades 1 - 12. This approach is based on specific indications given by Rudolf Steiner to teachers of the first Waldorf schools. The course provides a solid foundation for creating meaningful, satisfying painting lessons which inform the students’ well-being and creative capacities in all areas of learning. During the Painting Course, each teacher receives individual guidance regarding painting motifs associated with the class they will teach in the coming school year. Teachers of all levels of painting experience find the Painting Course refreshing and highly supportive. Some tuition assistance may be available /20% discount for groups of two or more / 10% discount if registering before May 15. Accommodation and childcare: Assistance is provided. Additional info: Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or ph 518 653-2957. For more information click here to read the course flyer.
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