aspen class

with Ms. Goslow

our third grade

Third graders find themselves firmly on the earth as they approach their lives with a new sense of independence and separation.  The curriculum meets them with Ancient Hebrew Legends, practical skills and arts (such as farming, spinning, and building shelters), and an increasing sense of independence in literacy and mathematics processes.

aspen class teacher

Annemarie Goslow

Annemarie has had a lifelong interest in teaching and learning, and has devoted the last decade and more to deepening her understanding of what Waldorf and Curative education offer to the developing child. 

She came to Wasatch Charter to teach in the Lotus classroom last year, after four years as a head teacher at Mulberry Woods in Fairfax, CA. Before that, she took a class from first to fifth grade at Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm in Santa Rosa, CA. She is now happy to bring what she’s learned from these experiences to her work with the Aspen Class in the third grade. 

In addition to her Curative Training with Robyn Brown, and Waldorf Certification from the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training, Annemarie also holds teacher accreditation from New York State and an M.S. Ed from Sarah Lawrence College. 

 When not in the classroom, Annemarie loves to sing, especially in harmony with her kids, Emilia, 15 and Sophie, 18.  She is also frequently found with her nose in a book, hard at work in a vegetable garden, writing poetry, or enjoying life with her new puppy, Sammy.

Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.

—Margaret Mead