Arizona Council for Waldorf Education presents Patrice Maynard

by adminprod on September 14, 2012

The Arizona Council for Waldorf Education

Patrice Maynard, MEd.
Leader for Outreach and Development of the Association of Waldorf Schools of North America

Saturday, September 22, 2012 7:00 PM

Waldorf Education as Revolution- The Revolution will not be Televised

“Waldorf Education is not for the feint of heart, nor is it a nice, gentle, artistic alternative to mainstream education. It is a mighty revolution that requires inclusion from everyone involved! It is a new way of viewing child development, personal development, and the interweaving of the two for the maximum support of children’s unfolding personalities and missions. The effort is big and often misunderstood, but the results are impressive and the graduates grateful!”
– Patrice Maynard

Patrice Maynard, MEd, is the leader for Outreach and Development of the Association of AWSNA. Prior to this, she was a Waldorf class teacher and music teacher, taking one class through fifth grade at Hawthorne Valley School in upstate New York. In 1984 she was on the founding board of the Merriconeag Waldorf School in Freeport, Maine. Patrice Maynard had a career in development and management before pursuing teaching, is a published poet, and a quilter. She is the proud parent of three Waldorf graduates.

Held at:
Desert Marigold School 6210 S.28th St. Phoenix, Az. 85040

For more information call Joan Treadaway – 928-445-2363
or Charles Burkam 928-245-9719

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