Media

Turning the Tide: Inspiring OthersFeb. 2016 – Harvard Graduate School of Education

What is the Value of an Education in the HumanitiesFeb. 2, 2016 – NPR

How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back OffJan. 30, 2016 – NY Times

10 Skills Needed in the Fourth Industrial RevolutionJan. 25, 2016 – World Econ Forum

Rethinking College AdmissionsJan. 19, 2016 – NY Times

Teach Your Child Well: Unhook Them From TechnologyJan. 1, 2016 – WSJ

Teaching Whole Child: Waldorf Schools & Teacher EngagementDec. 6, 2015 – Huff Post

Steiner Parent Wins the Pulitzer PrizeApril 24, 2015 – NY Times

8th Grader gives TEDx Talk on Rock Climbingworldwide climber Ashima Shiraishi

Teaching Kids to Crochet and Knit: Why Waldorf Schools Incorporate Crafting into their Curriculum

Steve Buscemi (Fargo, Sopranos, Boardwalk Empire) embraces the art of Eurythmy with Steiner movement therapist Linda Larson in his Park Bench series.

Congratulations to Waldorf graduate Julianna Margulies for her Emmy Award. ‘The Good Wife’ actress has never been shy about the benefits of a Waldorf education.

 

Handwriting in the Media:

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Introduction
What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades,
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Views We Appreciate:

The Importance of Free Play in NatureJuly 16, 2015 – Nature.com

Screen Addiction is Taking a Toll on Children – July 6, 2015 – New York Times

Let the Kids Learn Through Play May 17, 2015 – New York Times

Technology Won’t Fix America’s Neediest Schools. It Makes Bad Education Worse
June 4, 2015Washington Post

VIDEO: The Beauty of Biodynamic Farming

Why America’s Obsession with STEM education is Dangerous
March 30, 2015 – Washington Post

STEM is Incredibly Valuable, but if We Want the Best Innovators, We Must Teach the ArtsSept. 5, 2014 – Washington Post

Why Finland’s Schools are Top-Notch – Oct. 6, 2014 – CNN

Rethinking the Colorful Kindergarten Classroom – June 9, 2014New York Times