Working Example of a Waldorf School

 

Students reinforce their bond with each other and their teacher throughout the day with hand and eye contact, song and interactive learning. There is a noticeable lack of distracting technology, both for students and teacher.  Outdoor play and physical exertion is again emphasized through non-traditional sports and group activities

Students also spend quiet time doing handwork and embroidery, project books, drawing and reading. Student projects can be seen throughout the classroom and the outdoor space.

Throughout the video, students and parents talk about the benefits of their Waldorf school and how a Waldorf education seamlessly transitions into home life.

View and be inspired with the full video of the Sanderling Waldorf School here.

http://www.waldorftoday.com/2012/03/world-of-waldorf-video-series-the-sanderling-waldorf-school/

Written by Mountain Sage Community School parent and volunteer Dessa Thompson