Koronado discovered Waldorf Education through his interest in Rudolf Steiner’s works on meditation, nature, agriculture, and social transformation. The desire to know the various fields of Anthroposophy
led him to a harmonious focus on the evolving human being. He was inspired by the teachers from the Rudolf Steiner College, Waldorf Teacher Education Eugene, and the Bay Area Center for Waldorf Teacher Training where he received his teaching certificate in 2015. He earned a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. He was involved in different
Waldorf schools as a gardener, caterer, facilities worker, music accompanist, substitute teacher, teacher’s aide, and games teacher. Before joining Live Oak, he and his wife spent a school year travelling
to their own wonders of the world including the mountains of Bolivia, the very first Waldorf school in Stuttgart, Germany, and Tuburan Institute, a young and thriving Waldorf school in his hometown of Davao City, Philippines. Koronado looks forward to bringing the world into his classroom.