Summer Training 2024 Professional Development Courses
The Art of Teaching at Woodland Star
The Art of Teaching at Woodland Star provides overviews of each grade and its integrated curricular themes, clarifies rationales for backward-design lesson planning and prepares teachers to deliver artistic lessons, considering learning outcomes, activities, and assessment.
Teachers will feel prepared for the upcoming year and have the opportunity to network and collaborate with colleagues after attending our program. Our integrated, dynamic approach to delivering The Art of Teaching at Woodland Star courses are based on the principles of Soul Economy and maximize our time together.
“My kids love this school!! (and so do I!)”
“The children at Woodland Star are happy and know they are well cared for. They get to enjoy childhood. It is so fun to spend time with them there.”
“Our kids are excited to go to school every day. They love learning. They live what they’ve learned every day. Our family loves Woodland Star and we are thankful to be a part of it’s great diverse community of people.”
“It is wonderful place it is full of happy, healthy and successful children. It is a great community for children to grow up in and develop a deep love of learning.”
“Love this place. The art of schooling.”
Seven Reasons to Choose Woodland Star Charter School
Tuition-Free Public Waldorf
Our tuition-free public school offers many programs that have been dropped from mainstream schools — including Spanish, art, movement and music.
Our arts - integrated curriculum respects and addresses children’s natural development, multiple intelligences and various learning styles.
Curriculum Supports Sustainable Living
Our curriculum supports sustainable living, enabling children to gain respect, skills and knowledge appropriate for living consciously on the earth.
Rigorous Upper Grades’ Academic Curriculum
Our rigorous upper grades’ academic curriculum builds on students’ capabilities for imaginative thinking, deep feeling and self-confidence that have been nurtured in the early grades.