Children acquire knowledge by acting and then reflecting on their experiences, but such opportunities are becoming increasingly rare in schools.
We don’t have to translate math and reading into art to know they’re good. Art is doing something on its own and that’s what we care about.
Read articles about student trips, undertakings, the history of 15 E. 79th St and the Class of 2016 matriculations in The Bulletin Magazine for Summer 2016.
Carol J. Carter gives an overview of the benefits of the unique relationship between the teachers and students in Waldorf Schools…
Steiner alumnus Noah Kahan challenges Waldorf education to address real world challenges and “rethink” its role in our ever changing world.
“As government education experts call for toddler literacy, and baby apps proliferate, are we losing sight of materials-based learning?
Fareed Zakaria writes in the Washington Post, Why is America obsessed with STEM education? This article deeply resonates with Waldorf Education.
We really agreed with this article: Steve Jobs was a Low-Tech Parent from the September 10, 2014 NY Times. The day the iPhone 6 was released, this article validates what the parents at the Rudolf Steiner School believe in…
By building an inspiring foundation in Early Childhood and Elementary School, Waldorf students learn how to maturely use technology as they age.