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Why Waldorf Works

Waldorf Education The Arts and Practical Skills From www.whywaldorfworks.org Arts and practical skills make their essential contribution, educating not only heart and hand but…the brain as well. Waldorf teachers believe that the human being is not just a brain – … Continue reading

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Why Waldorf Works: From a Neuroscientific Perspective

By Dr. Regalena “Reggie” Melrose Why Waldorf works has more to do with how the brain develops and functions optimally than Rudolf Steiner ever could have known. Sure the educator and founder of Waldorf Education theorized convincingly about how children … Continue reading

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Why Waldorf Works

Does Waldorf Education prepare children for the “real” world; and, if so, how does it do it? It is easy to fall into the error of believing that education must make our children fit into society. Although we are certainly … Continue reading

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Why Waldorf Works

 www.whywaldorfworks.org Common Myths about Waldorf Education: Reading  Is it true that Waldorf students are not taught to read until second grade? No! Learning to read is an entire process with many contributory facets, and Waldorf Education undertakes reading instruction in … Continue reading

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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

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Why Waldorf Works

Simplicity Parenting, a refresher book for most Waldorf Parents who already practice simplifying their family’s lives. The author discusses a wide range of topics- keeping food simple and real; interspersing exciting times with down times; leaving children out of adult … Continue reading

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