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Meg Chittenden

Antioch University New England

Educational History

July 2008 Masters in Education, Waldorf Teaching Certification, Antioch University, Keene, NH
October 2004 Certificate in Conflict Resolution Processes, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA
May 2000 B.A. (Cum Laude) Environmental Studies, Connecticut College, New London, CT

Teaching Statement

Meg serves as Music Director for Antioch University’s Waldorf Teacher Training Program. One of her greatest joys is helping people access their innate musicality and connect with others through participatory singing. She has been a Waldorf elementary school teacher for over a decade and is honored to support teacher trainees in learning the art and joy of bringing song to children and school communities. She is also the founder and director of a large, intergenerational community chorus known as Misty Mountain Singers. She has a private practice supporting individuals in healing and transformation through somatic coaching and vocal embodiment work.
Meg is part of the Center for Anthroposophy’s Waldorf High School Teacher Education Program faculty and teaches music through the CfA’s Renewal Conferences. She received her M.Ed and Waldorf Certification from Antioch University in 2008 and her B.A. from Connecticut College in 2000.
​Meg and her fellow Waldorf teacher husband are raising their two children on a hand-built homestead between the salt water and the white pine forests of Wabanaki Confederacy Territory (coastal Maine).

At Home in Harmony: Bringing Families and Communities Together in Song, Waldorf Publications 2017
Meg Chittenden

Adjunct Faculty,

Education Department

CONTACT INFORMATION

Courses Taught

Music Curriculum
Singing I & II

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