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MA, Education, Antioch University New England, NH

Waldorf Teacher Certification

BA, Spanish Literature and English Literature, Minor in Art History, Earlham College

Certificate in Curative Education (Camphill Special Schools)

New Hampshire Teaching Certificate, Grades 1-6


Lower/Middle School


Elizabeth Hall

Seventh Grade Class Teacher, Collegium Chair

Elizabeth has been working in the field of Waldorf Education for over 20 years.  She began her journey working with children with special needs in a residential Waldorf setting in 1992; worked as a tutor, substitute, and handwork assistant at the Monadnock Waldorf School in Keene, NH while she was working on her advanced degree; and then took her first class, a First Grade, at the Waldorf School of Baltimore, carrying the class through Eighth Grade. 

In 2006, she joined the faculty of the Green Meadow Waldorf School and also began teaching teachers at Sunbridge Institute. She is currently with her fifth Middle School class at GMWS, and is a core faculty member of the Waldorf Elementary Teacher Education program at Sunbridge. 

In addition, Elizabeth has been asked to speak at local and international conferences on Waldorf Education and child development.  In 2016 she was invited to Buenos Aires in to meet with the Ministry of Education about the possibility of bringing Waldorf elements into their national early childhood education programs. 

Elizabeth loves the Green Meadow community and all that the region has to offer: from Anthony’s Nose to the Metropolitan Opera, from Michaelmas to May Day.