In celebration of Waldorf education’s 100 year anniversary, Waldorf schools and institutes across North America have begun to record and share their stories using the StoryCorps Archive, the largest collection of human voices ever gathered.
- Art in Education
- Creativity and Resourcefulness
- Early Childhood
- Health and Safety
- High School - Grades 9-12
- Lower School
- Lower School - Grades 1-5
- Member News
- Middle School
- Middle School - Grades 6-8
- Nature and Environment
- Public Policy
- Subject Teacher
- Waldorf Alumni
- Waldorf Chronicles
- Waldorf Education
Congratulations to The Waldorf School of Mendocino County on their new solar electrical system. A generous donation led to a commitment to implement energy independence at the school.
Students who know that their teachers care deeply about them are more likely to be engaged and learning at a high level.
Want to remember a lesson? Incorporate drawing. Dr. Jeffrey Wammes of Yale says, "Any time you add an additional form of processing to your learning, you’re going to get a benefit over and above what’s in the nature of the stimulus.”
Encouraging openness, curiosity and confidence in children can help them be more proficient in reading and math.
In celebration of Waldorf education's centennial, schools worldwide are engaging in social and environmental impact projects throughout 2019 and 2020. The higher aim is to regionally and internationally create a vital interconnectedness essential in today's world.
The video, "Seeding the Future," provides a glimpse into the principles of Waldorf education, an education that fosters concern for others, connection to the world, and the capacity to be in service to society.
Children watch us for cues on how to behave. To foster empathy in children it helps for them to see their parents embody generosity and be big hearted.
Multi-sensory learning experiences, such as art, movement and music, help students remember and re-apply what they have learned.