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Why Waldorf Works

In the article The Melancholic Child, Gifts and Challenges by Thomas Poplawski, the focus is on children who are “highly sensitive,” or as Steiner had labeled them, “melancholic.” This temperament is defined and explained and tips are given to both … Continue reading

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Why Waldorf Works

In the article, Holiday Season: Putting the Genie Back in the Bottle, Kim John Payne gives parents some tips to remember during this stressful time of year. He talks about clutter, rhythm and predictability, scheduling, and filtering out adult words. … Continue reading

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Why Waldorf Works?

In Barbara Sokolov’s article, There’s More to Reading than Meets the Eye, she looks closely at both Waldorf and non-Waldorf approaches to reading. She states, “Besides the superficial process of decoding words on a page, there is a corresponding inner … Continue reading

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