Waldorf Work in Progress - lecture series

By Angelika Lonnemann, July 2022

The International Campus Waldorf (ICW) is an academic network of universities and institutions worldwide that offer Waldorf teacher education in BA/MA programs and other educational pathways. In this context, the ICW provides an online platform for students from these institutions and offers online courses designed and held by Waldorf professionals. Thereby, it functions as a global online classroom with a collective space for learning, teaching, research, and exchange. In the autumn semester of this year, the ICW will embark on its second lecture series entitled WALDORF WORK IN PROGRESS – PERSPECTIVES OF A MODERN EDUCATION.
The seminars will be recorded and made available on the website after the event. For registration and more information visit: www.international-campus-waldorf.com

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