Topic: Early Childhood
Instructor: Meg Freeling
Method: Face to Face (WRK)
Sponsor: AU Columbus Center
Location: CPD

Course Description:

LifeWays trains teachers and parents to create center-based and in-home child care.  Mixed-age, family-style groupings and the same care providers year after year support the relationship-based care that children need.  Life is the curriculum for young children, including practical life skills demonstrated in Domestic Activity, Nurturing Care, Creative Exploration and Social Ability.  Participants in this class learn the tools needed to create a home-like setting and how to become models of lifelong learning to provide what the children need in their early years of growth.

Based on the profound research of Dr.  Rudolf Steiner, founder of Waldorf education, and other leading developmental experts, LifeWays courses offer the opportunity to enter deeply into the Living Arts.  LifeWays is in alignment with the Alliance for Childhood and the Waldorf Early Childhood Association of North America, and is a member of the National Association for the Education of Young Children and the National Association for Family Child Care.

In Session 3, LifeWays students continue to work on the fundamentals of child development and deepen the experience with the home arts, creative art forms, and daily and seasonal rhythms, and begin the teaching activities required to put the LifeWays program into practice.  For more information please contact Meg Freeling at  


Cost: $675
Timespan of Course:
September 1, 2013 to August 20, 2014
Contact E-mail:

Meeting Times

  • Day and Time of Meeting: 
    Sunday, September 1, 2013 - 9:00am to Wednesday, August 20, 2014 - 5:00pm
    Location of Meeting: 
    Varies by city
Registration Information:
Course Number: 298
Course Section Name: EDU*6170*K2
Academic Term: 14/GW
Academic Level: GW
Credits: 3.00
Subject: EDU