Fostering a new cultural impulse for the work with the young child from pre-birth to age seven. Based on an anthroposophical understanding of human development, WECAN is committed to protecting and nurturing childhood as a foundation for renewing human culture.
Working to deepen and enhance the quality of Waldorf education, to engage in serious and sustained dialogue with the wider educational-cultural community and to support research that would serve educators in all types of schools in their work with children and adolescents.
A body of pedagogical leaders who shepherd the work of the North American members of the Pedagogical Section within the School of Spiritual Science of the Anthroposophical Society.
Information and resources about Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophical activity in North America.
Highlights shared themes and activities that will take place around the globe in 2019-2020, in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Waldorf education.
An innovative financial services organization that incorporates spirit in its loan, gift, grant and advisory services programs.
Information and resources about Steiner/Waldorf education worldwide. The International Forum for Steiner/Waldorf education participants are appointed by institutions responsible for Waldorf education in their respective home countries, and work closely together with those institutions. They are ambassadors of an pedagogical impulse, whose universal human aspects foster both the unfolding of the individuality in the human being as well as a diverse global culture.
Dedicated to supporting Steiner Waldorf Teachers worldwide by providing the best possible resources and articles.
ONLINE WALDORF LIBRARY (OWL)
A comprehensive collection of curricular resources to aid the Waldorf educator.
Information and resources about Rudolf Steiner and anthroposophical activity in Canada. Français
A nonprofit association of individuals, groups, and organizations committed to rethinking agriculture through healthy food, healthy soil, and healthy farms.
Information about special needs education inspired by Rudolf Steiner - includes links to Camphill Communities in America.
EURYTHMY ASSOCIATION OF NORTH AMERICA
Facilitates personal contact and exchange of knowledge between anthroposophic physicians, and with other health practitioners.
The Youth Section is part of the global School for Spiritual Science. The Youth Section sees its purpose more in connecting and advising than in research and teaching. It is a vibrant hub, a place of meeting, exchange, and stimulation.
Working to strengthen Waldorf Schools, and to help serve the foundational needs of children today as an agent of change in the culture of education for children with individual needs. Provides workshops and lecture presentations, Remedial Teacher development programs, school or individual consulting services, and more.
AAMTA is an umbrella organization, made up of professional associations for anthroposophic medicine, eurythmy movement therapy, massage, art therapy, music therapy, and nursing, as well as of individual members.
Therapeutic eurythmists view illness as a unique possibility for transformation within the individual. The whole human being is taken into consideration – not only the bodily condition but also emotional and spiritual aspects. This view reflects the insights of anthroposophic medicine, an integrative approach to health also developed by Steiner.
Spacial Dynamics® is a growing body of work, created by Jaimen McMillan (*1950) and the Spacial Dynamics Institute, which is applied worldwide in therapy, pedagogy, performance augmentation, business leadership, and world peace.
WSTA is committed to promoting better and stronger Spanish programs in schools in the Waldorf education movement. These schools follow the indications and insights of Rudolf Steiner about child development and the world languages curriculum. We offer yearly conferences which cover topics for novice and seasoned teachers, and curricular topics from grade school to high school. Our website offers teaching resources to Spanish teachers in schools that are a part of the Waldorf education movement.
Promotes and supports the development of high quality Public Waldorf education in the U.S.
Supporting the Waldorf school movement worldwide.
Supporting the Waldorf Early Childhood movement worldwide.
News and programs from the European Waldorf Schools and associations.
CAPE is the primary advocate for American private K-12 education. Based in Washington, D.C., with organizations in most states, CAPE strengthens the nation's educational system (by working with parents, educators, and legislators*) to preserve educational pluralism and ensure that parents have a choice in the schooling of their children.
A Consortium of Accrediting Associations for the Recognition of Early Childhood, Elementary, and Secondary Private Schools, serving as a national review panel for the standards and review procedures of private school accrediting associations.
The National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS) is a nonprofit membership association that provides services to more than 1,800 schools and associations of schools in the U.S. and abroad, including more than 1,500 independent private U.S. K-12 schools
NBOA is the only national association focused exclusively on supporting independent school business officers and business operations staff, and fostering financial and operational excellence among independent PK-12 schools.
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