Virtual Series for 6-13th Graders: Finding our Voice, Trusting our Judgment Part 2

$55.00

Explore friendships, relationships, and finding our authentic voices through the lens of stories and current events.

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Wednesdays May 8-22nd, 4-5pm PST

Designed for teens working with Live Education, this 3 week series offers an opportunity to explore friendships, relationships, and finding our authentic voices through the lens of stories and current events.

Understanding the need to be seen, recognized, and acknowledged in our relationships is paramount for creating a healthy, balanced, and hopeful life; our teens deserve to be guided to develop the capacities for meeting those needs both in themselves and others.  This short Zoom series will lay the groundwork for awareness in this arena, taking advantage of the rich culture of confusion and change in our world at this time.

The Part I Zoom series is not a prerequisite for enrollment in Part II.  Enrollment is limited to 12 students.  Priority will be given to early registrants and present Live Education! users.

 

Rainbow Rosenbloom founded Live Education! in the fall of 1997, after 12 years of working with homeschooling families and co-ops, both privately and within the public schools. He studied Waldorf Education at Emerson College in England and worked as a class teacher and a high school teacher in several Waldorf schools. Rainbow also helped to construct an innovative Waldorf charter school program in Monterey, CA and served as its director for 3 years. He has a BA in Philosophy from The University of Tulsa and a Master’s degree in Education from Harvard, where he studied Multiple Intelligence Theory with Howard Gardner.

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Session

Meets 4 consecutive Wednesdays from 3-4pm PST (2/1-2/22)