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Read, watch, listen and learn more about Steiner Waldorf Education…
What is a Steiner School?
A fantastic and comprehensive introduction to Steiner Education by the UK Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship. [19min:10]
A wonderful introduction for anyone considering Steiner Education for their child. Made by Marin Waldorf School, California, it’s packed with comments from parents, children, teachers and educators. “A truly beautiful and unique film.” ~Kim John Payne, M.ED. Author, “Simplicity Parenting” [15min:00]
Steiner Education is 100 yrs old in 2019. In the run up to the centennial, this Waldorf100 film celebrates the growth and current worldwide boom in Steiner Education – with over 1,100 schools in 80 countries around the world… [17min:51]
Chicago Waldorf School Alumni and other Waldorf school alumni reflect on the value of their unique education detailing how it prepared them for creative thinking, innovation and adaptability in the professional world.
A Silicon Valley School That Doesn’t Compute
Why the chief technology officer of eBay sends his children to Steiner School, where tools are anything but hi-tech [New York Times. 22 October 2011]
An Introduction to Steiner Education
A lovely introduction to Steiner Education by the Waldorf School of Orange County in California. Covers the background and key principles of Steiner Education with insightful commentary by teachers and students.
Growing Greatness From the Inside
The Santa Fe Waldorf School in New Mexico offers a rounded look at the aims and principles of Steiner Education and how these are put into practice in the classroom from age 3 to 18.
A Look Inside Tashi Waldorf School
How a school for underprivileged children in Kathmandu, Nepal has adapted the Steiner curriculum to the culture and traditions of the peoples of the Himalayas.
Einstein May Never Have Used Flashcards, but He Probably Built Forts
“It is clear that young children who explore, investigate, and experiment through play build strong foundations in every important area of development, including intelligence, language, social competence and emotional security.”
Lory Hough, ‘Ed.’ the magazine of the Harvard Graduate School of Education
Preparing for a World we can’t Envision
In this riveting TEDx Rock Creek talk, veteran Steiner teacher, Jack Petras, explores how can we prepare our children for a world we can’t envision.
Think Education Different
Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert, explores how we can think education differently.
Ken Robinson, outlines 3 principles crucial for the human mind to flourish, including our need for a ‘human’ education system, one that nurtures the development of the whole being, body, mind and soul.
Animated Infographic of a talk given at the RSA byKen Robinson
Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.