Virtual Series: Finding Meaning in a Complicated World


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Wednesdays May 4-18th, 12-1 PT

Designed for 12-15 year olds working with Live Education, this series will explore the major issues in current world events, applying critical thinking strategies for a deeper understanding of all perspectives. Participants will be expected to research and articulate different points of view, presenting both the insightful and flawed aspects of the various positions.


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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Early Fall (9/27-10/24), Late Fall (10/25-11/21), Both Sessions (9/27-11/21)