C'est moi, Stephen Sloan - photo courtesy of student Anne
I offer tutoring and enrichment classes for students 7 – 97.
For students (schooled and home schooled students who need fresh challenges)
For college students
- Economics - micro and macro
- History - US, European, and world.
For adults and teens:
- Photography - introduction to digital photography as a creative hobby
- I strive to create enrichment experiences that stretch the mind while nurturing the heart by blending the proven strengths of the classical trivium with the warm elegance of Waldorf education.
I look forward to sharing the adventure of learning with you someday soon.
“Emerson’s dominant passion was not to know but to grow. ‘Expression is all we want,’ he wrote in his journals. ‘Not knowledge, but vent: we know enough;’”
Emerson’s idea of “Good Hours” grows out of his realization that we can only really hold our consciousness for an hour at a time; so the proper unit of living is an hour.
How was your last hour? How are you inspired to grow in your next?
Just a snippet, but worth reading what’s free or buying the entire article.
A lovely find in the stream of books through our lives. The sweetest fruits of our used book business are these old gems.
A lovely glimpse into the past.
This one goes into my stack of books to re-bind once I learn bookbinding. San Francisco Center for the Book, here I come (someday soon!)
What a weekend.
The school’s 50th anniversary celebration and a beautiful celebration of the vital forces of spring with our lovely new community.
Next: Summer intensive Waldorf high school teacher training. Philosophy, art, handwork, history at Rudolf Steiner college. My cup runneth over.