Welcome to our re-designed website!

What's new on our website?

We are eager to share with you Janet’s newly published book, A Roadmap to Literacy, which she co-wrote with Jennifer Militzer-Kopperl. This comprehensive guide for teaching the fundamentals of reading, spelling, and writing in Grades 1-3 will transform your teaching of Language Arts.
We have added lots of new and updated teaching ideas to our grades 1-8 teaching sections. These sections include but are not limited to: how to bring your curriculum in a conscious, holistic and creative way; how to be smart in your summer preparation; how to plan a main lesson block; how to be a creative classroom leader; and how to incorporate student projects.
This new section for early childhood education teachers, includes creative classroom discipline, how to help parents work in early childhood education, ideas for parent education workshops, and more.
Check out our very own blog, also called Waldorf Inspirations, and hope you will be even more inspired by our most up-to-date musings and ideas.
Next we would like to welcome Tim Connolly, Patti’s husband, as an official member of our Waldorf Inspirations team. The website will be all the richer for the addition of Tim’s vast knowledge of Waldorf School administration and his upper grades expertise.

We currently offer individual phone and on-site teacher mentoring, individual teacher evaluations, workshops and trainings for teachers, administrators, school boards and parents.

Upcoming Workshops & Events

Sebastapol, Ca

The conference has been canceled.

June 19-21

The Roadmap to Literacy: How to Create an Artistic and Effective Language Arts Curriculum for Grades 1-4.
Wilton, NH
July 1-6
The Roadmap to Literacy: Creating an Artistic and Effective Language Arts Curriculum in the Lower Grades.

The Roadmap to Literacy - Workshop
August 6-8, 2018
The Roadmap to Literacy: Creating an Artistic and Effective Language Arts Curriculum in the Lower Grades.

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What's Changed?

We have incorporated the photos in our Gallery* to Teaching Ideas section and to Janet’s Pinterest site: janetlangey50 – please check it out.

We’re so glad that we can share this website with each one of you. We hope it will inspire your own creativity. Happy browsing!

Janet, Patti, and Tim