Stephanie Packer grew up in New Jersey, and graduated with a BA in Organizational Studies from the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor. Shortly after her graduation from college, she discovered both her passion for teaching, as well as for the Waldorf Pedagogy. Stephanie then began her Waldorf teacher training in the United States, and finished it in Spain where she helped to found a new Waldorf School in Seville. Since that time, Stephanie has been committed to supporting the Waldorf movement both locally and abroad. She has worked in many capacities at various Waldorf schools, including: Class Teacher for grades 1-8, Spanish Teacher, English Teacher, Educational Support Coordinator, Early Childhood Assistant, After-Curricular Activities Teacher, and Assistant Dean of Students. She is currently completing her certification in Waldorf Learning Support/Extra Lesson. In Stephanie’s free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, exploring nature, reading, and supporting local Waldorf communities. She believes that all children deserve to spend their golden years surrounded by what is beautiful, what is good, and what is true and that is why she has chosen to dedicate her path in this life to bring Waldorf pedagogy to everyone that she can.
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