Antje Bojarsky, M.Ed., directs The Art of Teaching through the Grades Summer Program and has been an adjunct faculty member in teacher training programs at Rudolf Steiner College since 2000. She took two classes through the grades at the Sacramento Waldorf School, where she also taught foreign language and science in the high school and served as educational support coordinator. She currently teaches in the middle school at the Haleakala Waldorf School and is involved in a high school initiative on Maui, HI.
Antje holds a Master of Education degree in science education from Lesley University, MA, and California Multiple Subjects and Single Subject Science teaching credentials. She is coauthor of A Demonstration Manual for Use in the Waldorf Seventh Grade Physics Lesson and author of Teaching Mineralogy. Antje’s research has been in science teaching through phenomena as well as the Waldorf approach to language teaching. Her training as an applied linguist includes certificates in studies of ESL from the University of Cambridge, GB, and diplomas of applied linguistics in English, French, and German.