What is Special About Science in Waldorf High School Classes high school science Apr 09, 2024

A healthy view of the world starts with a healthy view of ourselves. How we view ourselves, our roles and responsibilities affects what we do in this world. And, how we view the world reflects on how we act in it.

It is therefore important and more so at this time in our earth's history to see...

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Virtual Waldorf Classes for High School Homeschoolers high school Mar 12, 2024
Far away but not long ago, from the misty forests where ancient trees whispered secrets to the wind, arrived two teachers and guides to meet marvelous students in a vast space of their online classroom. Remembering how sunlight paints patterns on the forest floor, and how birds sing their...
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Seeing High School Math In a New Ways! high school math Mar 14, 2023

Math is often seen as a skill that everyone must learn as part of a well rounded education, and this is true to a point.  However, if that was the sum total of what was taught in math, it could be a very dry and torturous experience indeed!  The real value of math in the 9th and 10th...

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Math in Context high school math Jul 07, 2022

So many students, when they enter middle and high school, express the feeling that they don’t like math, or are not good at it.  Why does math become the bane of so many kids, even those who otherwise thrive in school?  

One answer to this question is that math too often is...

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Science in Waldorf Education high school science Jan 12, 2022

Waldorf pedagogy revolves around the idea of uplifting the nature of human beings through every aspect of life including education. This is based on the understanding that humans can be characterized by their layers of existence. Every layer of one's existence: physical, etheric, astral and ego...

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Teaching Revolutions : Waldorf Education Grade 9 class 9 high school revolutions Oct 18, 2021

The main lesson, Revolutions, is taught to young people in the eighth grade in Waldorf schools, and then again in the ninth grade. In the eighth grade, the American and French revolutions are often the focus of the course followed by the Industrial Revolution. This introduction to...

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