Toward a Kinder, More Compassionate Society
Finding our Ways
February 10-12, 2023, Spring Valley, NY
In Person and Online
This year we will continue our work on the theme, “Toward a Kinder, More Compassionate Society”, with a focus on “Finding Our Ways”. The conference will include collaborative presentations by colleagues from our WECAN IDEA Committee and Early Childhood Research Group – Nancy Blanning and Anjum Mir, Lynn Turner and Leslie Wetzonis-Woolverton, and Laurie Clark and Stephanie Hoelscher – as well as workshops, discussion groups, singing, a eurythmy performance, and puppetry.
In-Person and Online Options
Those who cannot join us for our in person conference in Spring Valley can also register for the conference. They will receive recordings of the main conference events a week after the conference, together with access to online discussion groups and workshops.
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Annual Report 2020-2021
For Members and Friends
In 2020-21 WECAN continued to face new challenges as we worked to support our WECAN members in meeting the needs of the children, families, and colleagues in their communities. Confronted by the necessity for change and a renewal of the social mission that is a founding impulse of Waldorf Education, we worked together on a path of growth and change in these unprecedented times.
Early Childhood Around the World
On the occasion of the hundredth anniversary of Waldorf Education, Waldorf 100 and the International Association for Steiner/Waldorf Early Childhood Education (IASWECE) are pleased to present a film about early childhood today in the mirror of different cultures worldwide.
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