The most important thing for which we can prepare a child is the experience of freedom, at the right moment in life, through the understanding of one's own being.
Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925)
De-colonizing your curriculum - some tips for auditing
The Black Lives Matter movement has given us much to think about, as have Covid-19, Fridays for Future, #Me Too, 9/11, the digital age and…
How can the power of feeling be strengthened in students and teachers?
“The First Teachers Course"* of 1919 is the basis of Waldorf Education. In this series of interviews, we ask one key question to Waldorf educators…
Preview: Messages of lively learning
The Pedagogical Section project, "The First Teachers' Course - Today", provides insights into the lively work carried out in Waldorf Schools around…
Distance learning from the perspective of Waldorf learning theory
Given the current lockdown and the enforced need for distance learning at home, it is worth thinking about what the principles of learning are from a…
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Waldorf Subjects by Grades 1 - 12