This web site is a sister site to the digital media publisher sites MillennialChild.com and EssentialWaldorf.com.
WaldorfOnline.com serves as the digital media home to several of the Online Waldorf Conferences and courses that are offered by Eugene Schwartz and guest teachers. These online courses are meant to serve the needs of independent, public, and home schooling Waldorf teachers working in the demanding educational world of the twenty-first century. We hope that you will find them helpful. Here is information about our conferences:
Watch our Video Introduction to the Conferences:
Last summer, hundreds of teachers took part in the Online Conferences. Their evaluations were stellar, and we are pleased to offer the rich content, affordable entry fees and convenient format to teachers worldwide. Choose any 14-day period between June 15 and September 30.
See for yourself: Click here to get more details. Click here to read conference tables of contents and experience samples of a variety of audio and video presentations. Click here to register.
The Online Conferences for
Special Subject Teachers
June 15 to September 30, 2017
With Eugene Schwartz and Raine Springer
Special subject teachers play an increasingly important role in today’s Waldorf setting. The demands of their multi-grade assignments are great, but most Waldorf schools cannot afford to provide them with the mentoring and professional development opportunities that are commonly granted to class teachers. The Online Conferences for Special Subject Teachers are intended to bridge that gap. Click here to learn more. Click here to register.
The Rudolf Steiner Course may now be downloaded: “Like Having a Foundation Year on My Computer!”
That is how one teacher described her experience of the 25-hour long course by Eugene Schwartz -- the most comprehensive treatment of Rudolf Steiner’s life and work ever given in English. The complete contents of the Rudolf Steiner Course given in March, 2011, are now available and may be purchased as downloads of single segments or the entire course.