Waldorf on the web

There are numerous resources providing information about Waldorf education. Here are some excellent places to start:

Here are several articles about children’s play and effective education:

  1. Development experts say children suffer due to lack of unstructured fun (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  2. Creative play makes better problem-solvers (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  3. Experts call unstructured play essential to children’s growth (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
  4. Author Says Technology Brings False Promises to Schools (Education World)
  5. The 3 R’s? A Fourth Is Crucial, Too: Recess (New York Times)
  6. The Serious Need for Play (Scientific American)
  7. Playing To Learn (New York Times)

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Waldorf education in the news

Over the last few months there has been a lot of buzz about Waldorf education, the importance of play, and the limiting of media in the home. Please check out the latest articles on Waldorf education and why it works … Continue reading