Please join us for an evening with WWS faculty members discussing how the Waldorf pedagogy assists in developing numeric literacy. The program will cover ways that families and caregivers can encourage numeracy early development and how this foundation supports future academic work. There will be an opportunity for questions and answers.
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Sarah Heirman is the Middle School Math Teacher at WWS. She holds her BA, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, her MS from Mercy College, and trained at the Center for Anthroposophy in Mathematics and English. Sarah’s background includes working as a special education teacher in elementary education, and working in Admissions and as a middle school math specialist at the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City. Sarah is a graduate of the WWS high school, and her two children attend WWS.
K. Kiley currently serves as the Operations Coordinator at WWS and previously taught in the Children’s Garden. They hold a Bachelor in Arts and Humanities from University of Maryland College Park and have completed additional training in Early Childhood Education from the Sunbridge Institute and in Engaging with Infants and Toddlers through Respectful and Peaceful Care, an introduction to the Pikler Approach.
Bailey More is the High School Math Teacher at WWS. She holds her BS in Mathematics Education from the University of Central Florida. Before starting at WWS, she worked as a math support teacher. Bailey is passionate about math and enjoys being able to share that passion with students. “I know I can’t make everyone love math like I do, but I’m hoping students take away an appreciation for what math brings to our lives.”