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Waldorf school: how it works

Waldorf school: how it works

The main method of instruction is storytelling and experimentation. Homework and test scores get less attention.

Over a twelve-year curriculum, students learn math, literature, history, science and a variety of arts and hands-on skills.

Elementary students paint, knit, weave, and sculpt. Older children make patterns, books, pottery and sculpt in stone. Everyone learns music: First, they play the flute, some learn stringed instruments, and others join the choir.

Students play non-competitive games and learn to dance. They do organic farming and learn two foreign languages.

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Waldorf uses a project based approach to almost all the main academic subjects

Waldorf education is based on the principles of anthroposophy (“wisdom of the human being”) by Rudolf Steiner. 

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