The Future of Waldorf Education

A Conference with Christof Wiechert

For Teachers of Bay Area Waldorf schools | June 13-15, 2022

$55 per attendee | Register Today!

High School Campus (Map)
470 West Portal Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94127

Conference Schedule

Monday, June 13
9:00      Welcome; Singing
9:20      Opening lecture:  “A New Humanity in the 21st Century”
10:30    Refreshments (provided)
11:00     Workshops
12:15      Lunch (Please bring a lunch or walk to one of our neighborhood restaurants.)
1:30       Conversation groups
2:30      Summary: A New Education for the 21st Century
3:15       Closing
Tuesday, June 14
9:00       Singing
9:20:      Morning lecture:  “A New Humanity Needs a New Education”
10:30     Refreshments (provided)
11:00      Workshops
12:15      Lunch (Please bring a lunch or walk to one of our neighborhood restaurants.)
1:30       Conversation groups
2:30       Summary: A New Education Needs New Teachers
3:15       Closing 
Wednesday. June 15
9:00       Singing
9:20       Lecture:  “Waldorf Education Was Meant for our Time – Are We Ready?”
10:30     Refreshments (provided)
11:00      Concluding lecture: What Will the New Waldorf School Look Like?
12:15       Festive ending
12:30      Conference Closing
Christof Wiechert attended Waldorf school while growing up the in The Hague, Netherlands. He become a Waldorf teacher there and taught for 30 years after studying education and geography. He was a board member of the Anthroposophical Society in the Netherlands and also co-founder of the Netherlands Waldorf teacher training college. Together with Ate Koopmans, he developed the course “The Art of the Child Study.” Christof was the head of the Pedagogical Section of the School of Spiritual Science at the Goetheanum in Dornach, Switzerland from 1999 to 2010 and has visited Waldorf schools on many continents. He continues to work for the Goetheanum, devoting himself to education and anthroposophy. Through his lectures, writings, and meetings with teachers, he has brought inspiration to many in the Waldorf school movement worldwide.