Students Learn From People They Love
02Jul

Students Learn From People They Love

A key job of a school is to give students new things to love — an exciting field of study, new friends…Children learn from people they love, and that love in this context means willing the good of another, and offering active care for the whole person.

Spring Assembly at Steiner!
04Jun

MARIA CREAMER IS THE NEW PEDAGOGICAL COORDINATOR FOR WSTA

Who has not been smitten by Señora Creamer's endless energy in teaching our students to sing, dance and embrace life in Spanish? For many years, she has been involved with the Waldorf Spanish Teacher Association (WSTA), and has now been promoted into their leadership team as Pedagogical Coordinator for the United States. WSTA is part [...]
04Jun

AN INTERVIEW WITH MICHAELA GLÖCKLER

One of Rudolf Steiner School’s Early Childhood teachers, Anke Scheinfeld, participated in the World Early Childhood Conference in Dornach in April. We had arranged for her to meet with Dr. Michaela Glöckler, former Chair of the Medical unit in Dornach, globally published author and leading voice in the Anthroposophical movement worldwide. What follows is the [...]