The Waldorf Independent School of Edmonton is in the news for their edible schoolyard, community garden and upcoming public composting program.
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Main Lesson books are unique to Waldorf education. Waldorf students process and record lectures in notes and illustrations on large, blank pages of high-quality paper. What are these books exactly and why do Waldorf schools use them?
NBC Left Field looks inside the Rudolf Steiner School in New York City to explore the benefits of Waldorf education and specifically the benefits of a learning environment that focuses on face-to-face interaction and emphasizes a healthy relationship with technology.
Read the excerpt from the book, "Fundamental Aspects of Sports Lessons," which looks at how the sense and power of movement in children drives child development from before birth to adolescence.
Pediatrician, parent and Columbia University scientist, Dr. Robert Whitaker, encourages parents to consider the underlying intentions behind media usage and gives specific recommendations on how to manage media for different stages of child development.
As part of the celebration of 100 Years of Waldorf Education and in conjunction with the GreenBee Wildlife Web Initiative, sixth-grade students at the Waldorf School of Bend planted 500 trees on about three acres of burned forest from the McKenzie Pass fire in 2017.
CNBC created a video news story about Waldorf education featuring the Waldorf School of the Peninsula and the Sacramento Waldorf School.
Through posting specifically called for photos each day for 100 days, this Instagram campaign will give glimpses into the Waldorf curriculum and classroom, and highlight the unique aspects that make up the Waldorf educational experience.
The Waldorf online resource, ‘Opening Mathematics,’ wants to encourage Waldorf teachers around the world to entrust students with more mathematical production through the use of open-ended mathematics problems in the classroom and to reflect upon their use.