One of the Most Requested Topics By Practical Arts Educators will be Addressed at Workshop
Logan Nance holds a BS in Occupational Therapy from Colorado State University (1989), a Waldorf Early Childhood Therapeutic Educator Certificate from Gradalis Academy (2001), a Colorado Gardener Certificate from Colorado State University Extension (2018), and is currently enrolled in the Educational Support Certificate Program through the Association for a Healing Education. Logan’s association with Waldorf Education goes back many years. She taught Pre-K at River Song Waldorf School for seven years and had a Waldorf-inspired Pre-K in her home for five years. Logan led the Kindergarten class at Mountain Sage and has been the Gardening Assistant. She is currently the First Grade Ready Games/Observation Coordinator and Educational Support Teacher. In addition, Logan is a longtime Waldorf Mom!
“When you talk to Logan about students, she has a way of seeing what others have missed. Her deep observational skills, her love of using movement to help children and her willingness to help others just make you want to learn everything she knows about children’s healthy development. A conversation with Logan makes you a more thoughtful teacher.”Barbara Albert, Practical Arts Teacher
Logan will be sharing her understanding of developmental and therapeutic movement and how it can be applied in Practical Arts classrooms though out the grades.
Register for the Wool Wood Wax Teaching Workshop so you too can benefit from Logan’s passion.