The Waldorf Experience Through a Visiting Student

Derek Wacks, a student visiting The Waldorf School of Saratoga Springs last month, wrote down his experience from his day spent at the school: Classes may begin with a greeting from the teacher and a warm good-morning smile. Everyone settles in as a question is raised and the teacher responds with a follow-up question. Fellow classmates chime in as the conversation flows between topics, floating...
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The Simpsons Love Waldorf?!?

The Simpsons gave a well-crafted, comic shout out to Waldorf Education during their Season 26 finale for 2015 — “Mathlete’s Feat”, which aired May 17, 2015. Waldorf-centric Plot Summary: After a scathing math competition defeat, tech bigwigs take pity on Springfield Elementary and outfit the school with all the latest technology. But Principal Skinner’s ineptitude leads to a server farm...
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Calculus – by Mrs. Lovenduski

[Ed. Note – the links are provided by me to help those who haven’t taken Mrs. Lovenduski’s class!] In Calculus, we start by hearing out and thinking upon Zeno’s Paradoxes.  Inherent within his paradoxes is the questions ” Is motion possible?  and, if so, how?”  In working with these questions we also wrestle with; how does one gauge or calculate out motion and...
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